1986-05-15 Gilberto Roman w pts 12 Edgar Monserrat, Pierre De Coubertin Stadium, Paris, France - WBC

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1986-05-15 [[Gilberto Roman]] w pts 12 [[Edgar Monserrat]], Pierre De Coubertin Stadium, Paris, France - WBC. Referee: Rolando Barrovecchio. Scorecards: 118-111, 120-115, 115-118. Despite his summary defeat at the hands of Khaosai Galaxy some months earlier, Monserrat (114¾) was out in front at the halfway stage, using his height and reach advantages to keep Roman (114¾) at bay as the champion continually pressed. Roman finally got on top in the ninth round, working inside, and began to hurt his southpaw opponent with big rights as he stepped up the pace, which took him through to the final bell and the verdict in his favour.       
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1986-05-15 [[Gilberto Roman]] w pts 12 [[Edgar Monserrat]], Pierre De Coubertin Stadium, Paris, France - WBC. Referee: Rolando Barrovecchio. Scorecards: 118-111, 120-115, 115-118. Despite his summary defeat at the hands of [[Khaosai Galaxy]] some months earlier, Monserrat (114¾) was out in front at the halfway stage, using his height and reach advantages to keep Roman (114¾) at bay as the champion continually pressed. Roman finally got on top in the ninth round. Working inside and beginning to hurt his southpaw opponent with big rights as he stepped up the pace, the change of tactics took him through to the final bell and the verdict in his favour.       
  
 
[[Category: 1986 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1986 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Bantamweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Bantamweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 12:58, 11 March 2013

1986-05-15 Gilberto Roman w pts 12 Edgar Monserrat, Pierre De Coubertin Stadium, Paris, France - WBC. Referee: Rolando Barrovecchio. Scorecards: 118-111, 120-115, 115-118. Despite his summary defeat at the hands of Khaosai Galaxy some months earlier, Monserrat (114¾) was out in front at the halfway stage, using his height and reach advantages to keep Roman (114¾) at bay as the champion continually pressed. Roman finally got on top in the ninth round. Working inside and beginning to hurt his southpaw opponent with big rights as he stepped up the pace, the change of tactics took him through to the final bell and the verdict in his favour.

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