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1978-11-20 Miguel Canto w pts 15 Tacomron Vibonchai, Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, Tx, USA - WBC. Zack Clayton. Scorecards: 145-142, 146-141, 142-145. In a tough fight, the champion, Canto (111¾), who carried a badly cut ear from the fourth round after a head clash, just about kept in front with the jab before he tired badly as Vibonchai (111¼) came with a rush.     
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1978-11-20 [[Miguel Canto]] w pts 15 [[Facomron Vibonchai]], Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, Texas, USA - WBC. Zack Clayton. Scorecards: 145-142, 146-141, 142-145. In a tough fight, the champion, Canto (111¾), who carried a badly cut ear from the fourth round after a head clash, just about kept in front with the jab before he tired badly as Vibonchai (111¼) came with a rush.     
  
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1978-11-20 Miguel Canto w pts 15 Facomron Vibonchai, Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, Texas, USA - WBC. Zack Clayton. Scorecards: 145-142, 146-141, 142-145. In a tough fight, the champion, Canto (111¾), who carried a badly cut ear from the fourth round after a head clash, just about kept in front with the jab before he tired badly as Vibonchai (111¼) came with a rush.