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1985-03-29 Joey Olivo w pts 15 Francisco Quiroz, Convention Centre, Miami, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Carlos Berrocal. Scorecards: 145-143, 144-143, 143-142. Olivo (107½) became the first American to win a world junior flyweight title when setting a fast pace to outscore Quiroz (107½) over the distance, having knocked the champion down in the fifth round. Although Olivo kept winning round after round by the narrowest of margins Quiroz remained dangerous, but was unable to close the gap.   
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1985-03-29 [[Joey Olivo]] w pts 15 [[Francisco Quiroz]], Convention Centre, Miami, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Carlos Berrocal. Scorecards: 145-143, 144-143, 143-142. Olivo (107½) became the first American to win a world junior flyweight title when setting a fast pace to outscore Quiroz (107½) over the distance, having knocked the champion down in the fifth round. Although Olivo kept winning round after round by the narrowest of margins Quiroz remained dangerous, but was unable to close the gap.   
  
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Revision as of 12:32, 27 December 2011

1985-03-29 Joey Olivo w pts 15 Francisco Quiroz, Convention Centre, Miami, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Carlos Berrocal. Scorecards: 145-143, 144-143, 143-142. Olivo (107½) became the first American to win a world junior flyweight title when setting a fast pace to outscore Quiroz (107½) over the distance, having knocked the champion down in the fifth round. Although Olivo kept winning round after round by the narrowest of margins Quiroz remained dangerous, but was unable to close the gap.