Herol Graham one minute away from victory when Julian Jackson slugs his solution to unbelievable victory
JULIAN JACKSON w ko 4 HEROL GRAHAM
November 24, 1990; Torrequebrada Resort & On line casino, Andalucía, Spain
REJECTED as a matchup by the British Boxing Board of Management as a consequence of Jackson’s dodgy eyesight, this conflict for the vacant WBC middleweight title finally landed in Spain. Graham boxed completely for 3 rounds on this (eternally elusive) quest to win a world title. The referee visited each corners on the finish of the third to inform them that Jackson would solely be given one other spherical as a consequence of his grotesquely swollen left eye. Graham, towards the desires of his nook, then made the worst resolution of his boxing profession: He stepped on the fuel. Somewhat over a minute into the fourth, Jackson swung a desperation proper hand that socked the over-confident Graham out of consciousness. The grisly scene was full when the Brit’s head thudded off the canvas.
DID YOU KNOW? Graham was out chilly for a bit over 5 scary minutes. On his means again to the dressing room he fell once more and was pressured to spend the night time in a Spanish hospital as a precaution.
WATCH OUT FOR: The KO punch.