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2012-09-08 [[Andre Ward]] w rsc 10 [[Chad Dawson]], Oracle Arena, Oakland, California, USA - WBA/WBC/The Ring. Referee: Steve Smoger.
 
2012-09-08 [[Andre Ward]] w rsc 10 [[Chad Dawson]], Oracle Arena, Oakland, California, USA - WBA/WBC/The Ring. Referee: Steve Smoger.
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With [[Brian Magee]], the WBA ‘interim’ champion, due to challenge [[Karoly Balzsay]] for his WBA ‘second tier’ title, the fight was called off twice due to the latter suffering a back injury. In early November, Magee was awarded the WBA ‘second tier’ title, having already been booked to fight [[Mikkel Kessler]] on 8 December at the MCH Fair Centre Arena, Herning, Denmark. The fight duly took place, Kessler winning by a third-round stoppage. 
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Earlier, on 10 November, [[Stanyslav Kashtanov]] outpointed [[Server Yemurlayev]] over 12 rounds at the Druzhba Sports Palace, Donetsk, Ukraine, to win the vacant WBA ‘interim’ title.     
  
 
[[Category: 2012 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 2012 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 11:59, 9 December 2012

2012-09-08 Andre Ward w rsc 10 Chad Dawson, Oracle Arena, Oakland, California, USA - WBA/WBC/The Ring. Referee: Steve Smoger.

With Brian Magee, the WBA ‘interim’ champion, due to challenge Karoly Balzsay for his WBA ‘second tier’ title, the fight was called off twice due to the latter suffering a back injury. In early November, Magee was awarded the WBA ‘second tier’ title, having already been booked to fight Mikkel Kessler on 8 December at the MCH Fair Centre Arena, Herning, Denmark. The fight duly took place, Kessler winning by a third-round stoppage.

Earlier, on 10 November, Stanyslav Kashtanov outpointed Server Yemurlayev over 12 rounds at the Druzhba Sports Palace, Donetsk, Ukraine, to win the vacant WBA ‘interim’ title.