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2004-10-29 Scott Harrison w co 1 Samuel Kebede, Braehead Arena, Renfrew, Scotland - WBO. Referee: Mickey Vann. Lasting just 59 seconds, this was a total mismatch and, thus, bad for boxing. The fight had barely begun when the challenger was decked from a right to the temple and on getting up he looked distinctly unsteady. When a short left hook from Harrison (125¾) put Kebede (124) down again, despite the latter getting up it was obvious that the contest was almost over and it came as no surprise when the referee called it off moments later.     
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2004-10-29 [[Scott Harrison]] w co 1 [[Samuel Kebede]], Braehead Arena, Renfrew, Scotland - WBO. Referee: Mickey Vann. Lasting just 59 seconds, this was a total mismatch and, thus, bad for boxing. The fight had barely begun when the challenger was decked from a right to the temple and on getting up he looked distinctly unsteady. When a short left hook from Harrison (125¾) put Kebede (124) down again, despite the latter getting up it was obvious that the contest was almost over and it came as no surprise when the referee called it off moments later.     
  
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Revision as of 11:32, 14 January 2012

2004-10-29 Scott Harrison w co 1 Samuel Kebede, Braehead Arena, Renfrew, Scotland - WBO. Referee: Mickey Vann. Lasting just 59 seconds, this was a total mismatch and, thus, bad for boxing. The fight had barely begun when the challenger was decked from a right to the temple and on getting up he looked distinctly unsteady. When a short left hook from Harrison (125¾) put Kebede (124) down again, despite the latter getting up it was obvious that the contest was almost over and it came as no surprise when the referee called it off moments later.