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2006-10-14 Mikkel Kessler w co 3 Markus Beyer, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark - WBC/WBA. Referee: Guido Cavalleri. With Kessler recognised as the WBA ‘super” champion, Anthony Mundine stopped  fellow Australian, Sam Soliman, at the Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia on 7 March 2007 to win the vacant WBA ‘second tier’ title.
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2006-10-14 [[Mikkel Kessler]] w co 3 [[Markus Beyer]], Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark - WBC/WBA. Referee: Guido Cavalleri. With Kessler recognised as the WBA ‘super” champion, Anthony Mundine stopped  fellow Australian, Sam Soliman, at the Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia on 7 March 2007 to win the vacant WBA ‘second tier’ title.
 
      
 
      
 
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2006-10-14 Mikkel Kessler w co 3 Markus Beyer, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark - WBC/WBA. Referee: Guido Cavalleri. With Kessler recognised as the WBA ‘super” champion, Anthony Mundine stopped fellow Australian, Sam Soliman, at the Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia on 7 March 2007 to win the vacant WBA ‘second tier’ title.