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2005-08-24 Vic Darchinyan w rsc 5 Jair Jimenez, Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia - IBF. Referee: John Wright. The champion was in complete control right from the opening bell against Jimenez (111½), a man who had lost his previous two contests, sending in hurtful punches to head and body before dropping his rival in the fourth round with a heavy left cross. Although Jimenez got to his feet he barely made it to the bell, and after being badly staggered again by Darchinyan (112) in the fifth the referee had seen enough and pulled the former out at 2.23 of the session.                       
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2005-08-24 [[Vic Darchinyan[[ w rsc 5 [[Jair Jimenez]], Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia - IBF. Referee: John Wright. The champion was in complete control right from the opening bell against Jimenez (111½), a man who had lost his previous two contests, sending in hurtful punches to head and body before dropping his rival in the fourth round with a heavy left cross. Although Jimenez got to his feet he barely made it to the bell, and after being badly staggered again by Darchinyan (112) in the fifth the referee had seen enough and pulled the former out at 2.23 of the session.                       
  
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Revision as of 17:36, 31 December 2011

2005-08-24 [[Vic Darchinyan[[ w rsc 5 Jair Jimenez, Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia - IBF. Referee: John Wright. The champion was in complete control right from the opening bell against Jimenez (111½), a man who had lost his previous two contests, sending in hurtful punches to head and body before dropping his rival in the fourth round with a heavy left cross. Although Jimenez got to his feet he barely made it to the bell, and after being badly staggered again by Darchinyan (112) in the fifth the referee had seen enough and pulled the former out at 2.23 of the session.