Julian Jackson vs. Herol Graham

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1990-11-24 : Julian Jackson 160 lbs beat Herol Graham 160 lbs by KO at 1:13 in round 4 of 12


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In this vacant WBC World Middleweight championship match, Graham was in complete control of this fight till to the surprise ending, landing heavy shots which hurt Jackson badly and winning every round. Jackson was behind on all scorecards, and his eyes were swelling shut. At the end of the 3rd round, the ringside doctor said to Jackson's corner "You have only one more round or the bout will be stopped." The start of round four was controlled by Graham, and numerous heavy shots had Jackson in trouble. Graham went in for the KO with Jackson against the ropes in a corner. Jackson swung a counter right hook bomb over a lazy left to the chin of Graham in the midst of getting pummeled. Graham was out cold before he hit the canvas, and remained out on the canvas for some time. Jackson, the WBA Light Middleweight champion, was making a comeback by moving up in weight class to Middleweight after surgery to repair detached retinas in both eyes in 1989. His one punch kayo bomb is this world title bout is still regarded as one of the most brutal, devastating KOs in boxing history.

Video Link

Youtube video of the dramatic fourth round.


Preceded by:
Barkley vs. Duran
WBC Middleweight Title Fight
# 57
Succeeded by:
Jackson vs. Milton