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1966-07-15 Horacio Accavallo w pts 15 Hiroyuki Ebihara, Luna Park Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Ramon Berumen. Scorecards: 300-293, 294-293, 299-291. In 15 rounds of skilful boxing, both men were cut around the eyes and although Ebihara (111¾) was the faster of the two it was Accavallo (111¼) who controlled the pace. The challenger was well in the fight until the eighth round when Accavallo picked up the tempo and put his rival under constant pressure until the final bell.     
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1966-07-15 [[Horacio Accavallo]] w pts 15 [[Hiroyuki Ebihara]], Luna Park Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Ramon Berumen. Scorecards: 300-293, 294-293, 299-291. In 15 rounds of skilful boxing, both men were cut around the eyes and although Ebihara (111¾) was the faster of the two it was Accavallo (111¼) who controlled the pace. The challenger was well in the fight until the eighth round when Accavallo picked up the tempo and put his rival under constant pressure until the final bell.     
  
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Revision as of 17:39, 30 December 2011

1966-07-15 Horacio Accavallo w pts 15 Hiroyuki Ebihara, Luna Park Stadium, Buenos Aires, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Ramon Berumen. Scorecards: 300-293, 294-293, 299-291. In 15 rounds of skilful boxing, both men were cut around the eyes and although Ebihara (111¾) was the faster of the two it was Accavallo (111¼) who controlled the pace. The challenger was well in the fight until the eighth round when Accavallo picked up the tempo and put his rival under constant pressure until the final bell.