Difference between revisions of "Juan Manuel Marquez vs. Terdsak Jandaeng"

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<fight>1094713</fight>
 
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*'''[[World Boxing Organization]] Featherweight Title''' (Interim title)<br>
*<b>WBO Interim Featherweight Title</b>
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*'''Referee:''' [[Jay Nady]]<br>
*<b>Referee:</b> [[Jay Nady]]
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*'''Judges scoring:''' [[Doug Tucker]] (60-51), [[Duane Ford]] (59-51), [[Michael Pernick]] (59-52) - all for Marquez at the time of stoppage<br>
*<b>Time:</b> 1:13
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*Time: 1:13<br>
*<b>Judges scoring at time of stoppage:</b>  [[Doug Tucker]] 60-51, [[Duane Ford]] 59-51, [[Michael Pernick]] 59-52 (all for Marquez)
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*Weights: Marquez 124.5 lbs, Jandaeng 125 lbs
*<b>Weights:</b> Marquez 124.5; Jandaeng 125
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== Comment(s): ==
 
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- After taking a 30 second barrage, Jandaeng went down in Round 2 from a left upper cut to the jaw, for an eight count at the bell.<br>
After taking a 30 second barrage, Jandaeng went down in Round 2 from a left upper cut to the jaw, for an eight count at the bell. Nady deducted a point from Jandaeng in Round 3 for low blows. Marquez suffered a puff under his right eye from round 3 on, due to Jandaeng's pesky straight left. Marquez landed seven punch combinations in rounds five, six and seven, and scored a left brow cut in round five. He floored Jaedaeng in round six with a right upper cut to the jaw, overhand right to the head comination, for an eight count, with 0:42 to go, and was staggering him at the bell. The carnage continued in round seven until the stoppage. Jaedaeng never clinched, and kept coming forward aggressively, until the end.
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- Nady deducted a point from Jandaeng in Round 3 for low blows.<br>
The bout was for the Interim title as the reigning champ, [[Scott Harrison]], had been unable to defend his title due to health issues.
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- Marquez suffered a puff under his right eye from round 3 on, due to Jandaeng's pesky straight left.<br>
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- Marquez landed seven punch combinations in rounds five, six and seven, and scored a left brow cut in round five. He floored Jaedaeng in round six with a right upper cut to the jaw, overhand right to the head comination, for an eight count, with 0:42 to go, and was staggering him at the bell. The carnage continued in round seven until the stoppage.<br>
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- Jaedaeng never clinched, and kept coming forward aggressively, until the end.<br>
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- The bout was for the Interim title as the reigning champ, [[Scott Harrison]], had been unable to defend his title due to health issues.
  
 
[[Category:2006 Bouts|Marquez vs. Jandaeng]]
 
[[Category:2006 Bouts|Marquez vs. Jandaeng]]

Revision as of 14:32, 18 March 2007

2006-08-05 : Juan Manuel Marquez 124½ lbs beat Terdsak Kokietgym 125 lbs by TKO at 1:13 in round 7 of 12


Comment(s):

- After taking a 30 second barrage, Jandaeng went down in Round 2 from a left upper cut to the jaw, for an eight count at the bell.
- Nady deducted a point from Jandaeng in Round 3 for low blows.
- Marquez suffered a puff under his right eye from round 3 on, due to Jandaeng's pesky straight left.
- Marquez landed seven punch combinations in rounds five, six and seven, and scored a left brow cut in round five. He floored Jaedaeng in round six with a right upper cut to the jaw, overhand right to the head comination, for an eight count, with 0:42 to go, and was staggering him at the bell. The carnage continued in round seven until the stoppage.
- Jaedaeng never clinched, and kept coming forward aggressively, until the end.
- The bout was for the Interim title as the reigning champ, Scott Harrison, had been unable to defend his title due to health issues.