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technical knockout

Boxing a judgment of a knockout given when a boxer is in the referee's opinion too badly beaten to continue without risk of serious injury
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The former Sefton ABC man forced a second round technical knockout of Braiden Clardey in Malvern, Victoria.
The Liverpool-born boxer won by a technical knockout.
He only fought three times outside Australia, twice in Singapore in 1951 and 1952 and in Manila in 1954 when fighting for the vacant OPBF title, losing on an 11th round technical knockout.
The American lost to Larry Holmes on a technical knockout in July 1980 when challenging for the WBC belt.
Klitschko, 33, last fought in June when he beat Ruslan Chagaev with a technical knockout in the ninth round and is looking forward to the challenge.
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WLADIMIR Klitschko retained his IBF and WBO heavyweight title following a technical knockout victory over the previously undefeated Ruslan Chagaev in Gelsenkirchen on Saturday.
Wladimir Klitschko handed Ruslan Chagaev his first loss with a technical knockout to retain his IBF and WBO heavyweight titles.
The referee saw little point in allowing the fight to continue, handing Gavin the technical knockout with a minute and 21 seconds of the fight remaining.

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