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1984-09-15 Santos Laciar w co 10 (15) Prudencio Cardona, Green Rooms, Cordoba, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. In taking ten rounds to halt such an elusive challenger, Laciar (112) showed that he was not just a puncher but also a tactician as the Colombian proved extremely difficult to nail. Out in front by dint of countering and brief bouts of aggression, the hard-hitting champion finally caught up with Cardona (112), who was counted out at 1.59 of round ten.
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1984-09-15 [[Santos Laciar]] w co 10 (15) [[Prudencio Cardona]], Green Rooms, Cordoba, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. In taking ten rounds to halt such an elusive challenger, Laciar (112) showed that he was not just a puncher but also a tactician as the Colombian proved extremely difficult to nail. Out in front by dint of countering and brief bouts of aggression, the hard-hitting champion finally caught up with Cardona (112), who was counted out at 1.59 of round ten.
  
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1984-09-15 Santos Laciar w co 10 (15) Prudencio Cardona, Green Rooms, Cordoba, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. In taking ten rounds to halt such an elusive challenger, Laciar (112) showed that he was not just a puncher but also a tactician as the Colombian proved extremely difficult to nail. Out in front by dint of countering and brief bouts of aggression, the hard-hitting champion finally caught up with Cardona (112), who was counted out at 1.59 of round ten.