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1985-05-06 [[Santos Laciar]] w pts 15 [[Antoine Montero]], Sports Palace, Grenoble, France - WBA. Referee: Stan Christodoulou. Scorecards: 146-141, 148-142, 147-139. This was yet another tough defence for Laciar (111½), whose skill and experience ultimately proved too much for Montero (111½). There were no knockdowns and the Frenchman came on strongly over the final third to make it extremely close.  
 
1985-05-06 [[Santos Laciar]] w pts 15 [[Antoine Montero]], Sports Palace, Grenoble, France - WBA. Referee: Stan Christodoulou. Scorecards: 146-141, 148-142, 147-139. This was yet another tough defence for Laciar (111½), whose skill and experience ultimately proved too much for Montero (111½). There were no knockdowns and the Frenchman came on strongly over the final third to make it extremely close.  
  
After Laciar relinquished his WBA version of the title in July due to increasing weight problems, [[Hilario Zapata]] and [[Alonzo Gonzalez]] were matched to find a successor.
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After Laciar relinquished his WBA version of the title in July due to increasing weight problems, [[Hilario Zapata]] and [[Alonzo Gonzales]] were matched to find a successor.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:13, 29 September 2012

1985-05-06 Santos Laciar w pts 15 Antoine Montero, Sports Palace, Grenoble, France - WBA. Referee: Stan Christodoulou. Scorecards: 146-141, 148-142, 147-139. This was yet another tough defence for Laciar (111½), whose skill and experience ultimately proved too much for Montero (111½). There were no knockdowns and the Frenchman came on strongly over the final third to make it extremely close.

After Laciar relinquished his WBA version of the title in July due to increasing weight problems, Hilario Zapata and Alonzo Gonzales were matched to find a successor.