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Campbell caught Baer, who tripped and slipped to the canvas. The enraged Baer then really went after Campbell and had Campbell against the Whiskey business vintage shirt ropes. As he battered him with punch after punch, the ropes were the only thing holding Campbell up. By the time referee Toby Irwin stopped the fight, Campbell collapsed to the canvas. Baer’s own seconds reportedly ministered to Campbell, and Baer stayed by his side until an ambulance finally came a half an hour later.