2011-07-02 Wladimir Klitschko w pts 12 David Haye, Imtech Arena, Hamburg, Germany - WBA/WBO/IBF/The Ring

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2011-07-02 [[Vladimir Klitschko]] w pts 12 [[David Haye]], Imtech Arena, Hamburg, Germany - WBA/WBO/IBF/The Ring. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 118-108, 117-109, 116-110.  
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2011-07-02 [[Wladimir Klitschko]] w pts 12 [[David Haye]], Imtech Arena, Hamburg, Germany - WBA/WBO/IBF/The Ring. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 118-108, 117-109, 116-110.  
  
 
On 27 August at the Fair Hall, Erfurt, Germany, [[Alexander Povetkin]] outpointed [[Ruslan Chagaev]] over 12 rounds to win the vacant WBA ‘second tier’ title. Povetkin went on to retain the belt when knocking out [[Cedric Boswell]] in the eighth round of their contest at the Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland, on 3 December.
 
On 27 August at the Fair Hall, Erfurt, Germany, [[Alexander Povetkin]] outpointed [[Ruslan Chagaev]] over 12 rounds to win the vacant WBA ‘second tier’ title. Povetkin went on to retain the belt when knocking out [[Cedric Boswell]] in the eighth round of their contest at the Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland, on 3 December.

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2011-07-02 Wladimir Klitschko w pts 12 David Haye, Imtech Arena, Hamburg, Germany - WBA/WBO/IBF/The Ring. Referee: Genaro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 118-108, 117-109, 116-110.

On 27 August at the Fair Hall, Erfurt, Germany, Alexander Povetkin outpointed Ruslan Chagaev over 12 rounds to win the vacant WBA ‘second tier’ title. Povetkin went on to retain the belt when knocking out Cedric Boswell in the eighth round of their contest at the Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, Finland, on 3 December.

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