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== Comment(s): ==
 
== Comment(s): ==
 
- Mayweather retains his title for the 3rd time by hammering the tough South African challenger to the canvas in the 7th round.<br>
 
- Mayweather retains his title for the 3rd time by hammering the tough South African challenger to the canvas in the 7th round.<br>
- N'dou was able to beat the count, but his corner waved the white towel and Garza called it off.
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- N'dou was able to beat the count, but his corner waved the white towel and Garza called it off.<br>
 
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- Mayweather defends his [[Ring Magazine]] lightweight world title.<br>
 
- The knock out of N'dou was done with 3 picture perfect straight right hands.
 
- The knock out of N'dou was done with 3 picture perfect straight right hands.
  
 
== External Link(s): ==
 
== External Link(s): ==
 
[http://www.boxingtimes.com/analyses/2003/031101mayweather_ndou.html The Boxing Times analysis (Dazzling Mayweather TKO's Ndou In Seven - John Gregg)]
 
[http://www.boxingtimes.com/analyses/2003/031101mayweather_ndou.html The Boxing Times analysis (Dazzling Mayweather TKO's Ndou In Seven - John Gregg)]

Revision as of 17:20, 26 April 2008

2003-11-01 : Floyd Mayweather Jr 135 lbs beat Phillip Ndou 134½ lbs by TKO at 1:08 in round 7 of 12

  • World Boxing Council Lightweight Title (3rd defense of Mayweather)
  • Time: 1:50
  • Weights: Mayweather 135 lbs, N'dou 134.5 lbs


Comment(s):

- Mayweather retains his title for the 3rd time by hammering the tough South African challenger to the canvas in the 7th round.
- N'dou was able to beat the count, but his corner waved the white towel and Garza called it off.
- Mayweather defends his Ring Magazine lightweight world title.
- The knock out of N'dou was done with 3 picture perfect straight right hands.

External Link(s):

The Boxing Times analysis (Dazzling Mayweather TKO's Ndou In Seven - John Gregg)