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1978-09-02 Ricardo Cardona w pts 15 Ruben Valdez, Indian Bullring, Cartagena, Colombia - WBA. Referee: Isidro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 145-144, 148-146, 146-145. In a close contest which saw Cardona (121½) pit his jab against the challenger’s left hook, a 15th-round knockdown that put Valdez (122) on the floor for the mandatory ‘eight’ count was the main difference between them. Apart from three or four rounds neither fighter had really dominated and the margin of victory was mirrored in the scorecards.  
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1978-09-02 [[Ricardo Cardona]] w pts 15 [[Ruben Valdez]], Indian Bullring, Cartagena, Colombia - WBA. Referee: Isidro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 145-144, 148-146, 146-145. In a close contest which saw Cardona (121½) pit his jab against the challenger’s left hook, a 15th-round knockdown that put Valdez (122) on the floor for the mandatory ‘eight’ count was the main difference between them. Apart from three or four rounds neither fighter had really dominated and the margin of victory was mirrored in the scorecards.  
  
 
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Revision as of 00:18, 7 January 2012

1978-09-02 Ricardo Cardona w pts 15 Ruben Valdez, Indian Bullring, Cartagena, Colombia - WBA. Referee: Isidro Rodriguez. Scorecards: 145-144, 148-146, 146-145. In a close contest which saw Cardona (121½) pit his jab against the challenger’s left hook, a 15th-round knockdown that put Valdez (122) on the floor for the mandatory ‘eight’ count was the main difference between them. Apart from three or four rounds neither fighter had really dominated and the margin of victory was mirrored in the scorecards.