In brief - 2005-09-21

  • 2005-09-21
Leavander Johnson (photo) underwent brain surgery after his defeat to Jesus Chavez in Las Vegas on Sep. 18. The 35-year-old complained of headaches after losing his IBF world lightweight title to Chavez on a technical knock-out in the 11th round. He collapsed in his dressing room and was taken to hospital, where doctors operated to stop bleeding on the left side of his brain. Chavez had Johnson in trouble from the start and referee Tony Weeks was forced to stop the fight 38 seconds into the 11th round. Unidentified thieves stole the Honda Accord of three Estonian race-car drivers who were v...
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