Difference between revisions of "Jean Pascal vs. Martin Desjardins"

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<fight>1035049</fight>
 
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*'''Vacant [[Canadian Boxing Federation]] (CBF) Super Middleweight Title''' <br>
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*'''Vacant [[Canadian Boxing Federation]] Super Middleweight Title''' <br>
*'''Vacant [[Quebec Boxing Council]] (CQB) Super Middleweight Title''' <br>
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*'''Vacant [[Quebec Boxing Council]] Super Middleweight Title''' <br>
 
*'''Referee:''' [[Michael Griffin]]<br>
 
*'''Referee:''' [[Michael Griffin]]<br>
 
*'''Judges scoring:''' [[Robert Gay]] (60-51), [[Claude Paquette]] (60-51), [[Jack Woodburn]] (60-51), all in favour of Pascal at the time of stoppage <br>
 
*'''Judges scoring:''' [[Robert Gay]] (60-51), [[Claude Paquette]] (60-51), [[Jack Woodburn]] (60-51), all in favour of Pascal at the time of stoppage <br>
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*Desjardins' corner stops the fight after his second visit to the canvas in round 7.
 
*Desjardins' corner stops the fight after his second visit to the canvas in round 7.
 
*Canadian title had been vacated by [[Otis Grant]].
 
*Canadian title had been vacated by [[Otis Grant]].
*First time the [[Quebec Boxing Counsel]] (CQB)'s Super Middleweight Title was at stake.
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*First time the [[Quebec Boxing Council]]'s Super Middleweight Title was at stake.
 
*Pascal never defended his Quebec title, which was subsequently won by his brother, [[Nicholson Poulard]].
 
*Pascal never defended his Quebec title, which was subsequently won by his brother, [[Nicholson Poulard]].

Revision as of 05:30, 15 November 2007

2005-12-10 : Jean Pascal 168 lbs beat Martin Desjardins 168 lbs by TKO at 2:16 in round 7 of 10


Comment(s):

  • Desjardins down twice in round 4, once in round 5, and twice more in round 7.
  • Desjardins' corner stops the fight after his second visit to the canvas in round 7.
  • Canadian title had been vacated by Otis Grant.
  • First time the Quebec Boxing Council's Super Middleweight Title was at stake.
  • Pascal never defended his Quebec title, which was subsequently won by his brother, Nicholson Poulard.