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1977-06-26 [[Sam Serrano]] w pts 15 [[Leonel Hernandez]], Luis Ramos Gym, Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 147-141, 147-141, 148-141. Making his second defence, Serrano (129) gave Hernandez (128) a boxing lesson as he glided around the ring with the jab picking his rival off and nullifying any danger. Apart from the first round when Hernandez hurt the champion with a big right hand, Serrano was never in further danger and the only thing that saved the former from being stopped was the Puerto Rican’s lack of a concussive punch.     
 
1977-06-26 [[Sam Serrano]] w pts 15 [[Leonel Hernandez]], Luis Ramos Gym, Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 147-141, 147-141, 148-141. Making his second defence, Serrano (129) gave Hernandez (128) a boxing lesson as he glided around the ring with the jab picking his rival off and nullifying any danger. Apart from the first round when Hernandez hurt the champion with a big right hand, Serrano was never in further danger and the only thing that saved the former from being stopped was the Puerto Rican’s lack of a concussive punch.     
  
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Revision as of 22:54, 17 January 2012

1977-06-26 Sam Serrano w pts 15 Leonel Hernandez, Luis Ramos Gym, Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 147-141, 147-141, 148-141. Making his second defence, Serrano (129) gave Hernandez (128) a boxing lesson as he glided around the ring with the jab picking his rival off and nullifying any danger. Apart from the first round when Hernandez hurt the champion with a big right hand, Serrano was never in further danger and the only thing that saved the former from being stopped was the Puerto Rican’s lack of a concussive punch.