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November 24, 1990, Andalucia, Spain.

A perfect prototype for the agony and the ecstasy of the squared circle. Graham had boxed Jackson’s head off for 3 rounds and, with his left eye swollen shut from the effortless bombardment, the Virgin Islander had been given one more round by referee, Joe Cortez, to turn things around.

Jackson, in the southpaw stance for the sake of better vision landed a crunching right hook as the Sheffield Bomber stepped in with his chin precariously high at 1.13 of the 4th round.

Poor Herol was out before he hit the deck, his dreams of world title glory dashed once more.

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