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1986-07-18 Gilberto Roman w pts 12 Ruben Condori, Sports Centre, Salta, Argentina - WBC. Referee: Isaac Herrera. Scorecards: 118-113, 118-110, 118-112. Maintaining a busy schedule the champion easily outpointed Condori (114½), who had gained a crack at the title following his recent win over Gustavo Ballas, the former WBA titleholder. Although Condori gave it everything he had, apart from the second round Roman (115) had matters very much his own way and could possibly have ended it early had he stepped up another gear.   
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1986-07-18 [[Gilberto Roman]] w pts 12 [[Ruben Condori]], Sports Centre, Salta, Argentina - WBC. Referee: Isaac Herrera. Scorecards: 118-113, 118-110, 118-112. Maintaining a busy schedule the champion easily outpointed Condori (114½), who had gained a crack at the title following his recent win over Gustavo Ballas, the former WBA titleholder. Although Condori gave it everything he had, apart from the second round Roman (115) had matters very much his own way and could possibly have ended it early had he stepped up another gear.   
  
 
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Revision as of 09:59, 3 January 2012

1986-07-18 Gilberto Roman w pts 12 Ruben Condori, Sports Centre, Salta, Argentina - WBC. Referee: Isaac Herrera. Scorecards: 118-113, 118-110, 118-112. Maintaining a busy schedule the champion easily outpointed Condori (114½), who had gained a crack at the title following his recent win over Gustavo Ballas, the former WBA titleholder. Although Condori gave it everything he had, apart from the second round Roman (115) had matters very much his own way and could possibly have ended it early had he stepped up another gear.