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1984-11-03 Juan Meza w co 1 (12) Jaime Garza, Midtown Centre, Kingston, New York, USA - WBC. Referee: John LoBianco. Defending his title for the second time, Garza (121½) got off to a flier when a combination of blows put Meza (121½) down inside half a minute. Although Meza got up he was put under a lot of pressure before stunning the crowd when catching the champion with a vicious left hook of his own to force a count out with just six seconds of the opening round remaining.     
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1984-11-03 [[Juan Meza]] w co 1 (12) [[Jaime Garza]], Midtown Centre, Kingston, New York, USA - WBC. Referee: John LoBianco. Defending his title for the second time, Garza (121½) got off to a flier when a combination of blows put Meza (121½) down inside half a minute. Although Meza got up he was put under a lot of pressure before stunning the crowd when catching the champion with a vicious left hook of his own to force a count out with just six seconds of the opening round remaining.     
  
 
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Revision as of 17:10, 6 January 2012

1984-11-03 Juan Meza w co 1 (12) Jaime Garza, Midtown Centre, Kingston, New York, USA - WBC. Referee: John LoBianco. Defending his title for the second time, Garza (121½) got off to a flier when a combination of blows put Meza (121½) down inside half a minute. Although Meza got up he was put under a lot of pressure before stunning the crowd when catching the champion with a vicious left hook of his own to force a count out with just six seconds of the opening round remaining.