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1979-04-08 Eusebio Pedroza w rsc 11 (15) Hector Carrasquilla, New City Gym, Panama City, Panama - WBA. Referee: Jesus Celis. Having dominated the contest from the opening bell, the crafty champion began to move up a gear as the rounds wore on and when the game Carrasquilla (126) began to tire, Pedroza (126) struck. With Pedroza really going for it in the 11th, whipping in punch after punch from both hands, the referee had seen enough and brought the contest to an end with 22 seconds of the round remaining.   
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1979-04-08 [[Eusebio Pedroza]] w rsc 11 (15) [[Hector Carrasquilla]], New City Gym, Panama City, Panama - WBA. Referee: Jesus Celis. Having dominated the contest from the opening bell, the crafty champion began to move up a gear as the rounds wore on and when the game Carrasquilla (126) began to tire, Pedroza (126) struck. With Pedroza really going for it in the 11th, whipping in punch after punch from both hands, the referee had seen enough and brought the contest to an end with 22 seconds of the round remaining.   
  
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Revision as of 13:35, 13 January 2012

1979-04-08 Eusebio Pedroza w rsc 11 (15) Hector Carrasquilla, New City Gym, Panama City, Panama - WBA. Referee: Jesus Celis. Having dominated the contest from the opening bell, the crafty champion began to move up a gear as the rounds wore on and when the game Carrasquilla (126) began to tire, Pedroza (126) struck. With Pedroza really going for it in the 11th, whipping in punch after punch from both hands, the referee had seen enough and brought the contest to an end with 22 seconds of the round remaining.