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8. Ray Mancini KO 1 Arturo Frias, The Aladdin, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 8, 1982.

There was no knockdown in this fight which might seem blasphemous and contradictory on a list of the greatest one round finishes but Ray Mancini’s ascendance to the WBA lightweight throne was about as crazy and competitive a slugfest as can be condensed into 3 minutes.

The majority of first round KOs are understandably one sided affairs but Mancini and defending champion, Frias, exchanged bombs from the outset in a crowd pleasing spectacle that featured more action and highlights in its brevity than could be found on a Floyd Mayweather career box set.

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