1986-11-15 Miguel Lora w pts 12 Alberto Davila, Metropolitan Stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - WBC

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15 November Miguel Lora w pts 12 Alberto Davila, Metropolitan Stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - WBC. Referee: Luis Carlos Guzman. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-112, 118-112. In a contest of no knockdowns it was the better boxing of Lora (118) that won the day, the ever-dangerous Davila (118) often running on to good counters and being outspeeded. However, that was not the complete picture of the fight and the challenger was always dangerous, especially close up where he could land solid blows from both hands. Davila appeared strong and looked to turn things around in the eighth and ninth, but Lora came back to dazzle in the last two sessions.
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1986-11-15 [[Miguel Lora]] w pts 12 [[Alberto Davila]], Metropolitan Stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - WBC. Referee: Luis Carlos Guzman. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-112, 118-112. In a contest of no knockdowns it was the better boxing of Lora (118) that won the day, the ever-dangerous Davila (118) often running on to good counters and being outspeeded. However, that was not the complete picture of the fight and the challenger was always dangerous, especially close up where he could land solid blows from both hands. Davila appeared strong and looked to turn things around in the eighth and ninth, but Lora came back to dazzle in the last two sessions.
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[[Category: 1986 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
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Revision as of 13:44, 20 February 2012

1986-11-15 Miguel Lora w pts 12 Alberto Davila, Metropolitan Stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia - WBC. Referee: Luis Carlos Guzman. Scorecards: 117-111, 118-112, 118-112. In a contest of no knockdowns it was the better boxing of Lora (118) that won the day, the ever-dangerous Davila (118) often running on to good counters and being outspeeded. However, that was not the complete picture of the fight and the challenger was always dangerous, especially close up where he could land solid blows from both hands. Davila appeared strong and looked to turn things around in the eighth and ninth, but Lora came back to dazzle in the last two sessions.

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