Difference between revisions of "Jean Pascal vs. Darnell Boone"

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*Boone was a late replacement for [[Henry Porras]], who advised Pascal's team that he did not have the necessary paperwork to travel to Canada less than a week before the fight. Boone had 3 days' notice.
 
*Boone was a late replacement for [[Henry Porras]], who advised Pascal's team that he did not have the necessary paperwork to travel to Canada less than a week before the fight. Boone had 3 days' notice.
  
*Inaugural title fight for the newly created [[TAB (Trans America Boxing)]].
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*Inaugural title fight for the newly created [[Trans America Boxing]].

Revision as of 04:16, 18 November 2007

2006-06-23 : Jean Pascal 168¾ lbs beat Darnell Boone 166¼ lbs by UD in round 10 of 10


Comment(s):

  • Fight aired on ESPN2.
  • Pascal clearly was faster than Boone, but at the same time Boone was able to take the best that Pascal could dish out without generating so much as a knockdown; he did slip once during the fight, but it was the only time either fighter was even close to the canvas.
  • Pascal injured his right bicep in round 4.
  • Boone was a late replacement for Henry Porras, who advised Pascal's team that he did not have the necessary paperwork to travel to Canada less than a week before the fight. Boone had 3 days' notice.