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1987-02-21 Carlos De Leon w rsc 4 (12) Angelo Rottoli, Sports Palace, Bergamo, Italy - WBC. Referee: Franz Marti. Being cut over the right eye so early on ruined any chance of victory the challenger may have had, and with De Leon (188¼) concentrating on the injury there was little chance of a distance fight. At the end of the third the doctor allowed Rottoli (189½) one more round, but with De Leon totally in control and the wound pouring blood the referee stopped the contest after the session ended.   
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1987-02-21 [[Carlos De Leon]] w rsc 4 (12) [[Angelo Rottoli]], Sports Palace, Bergamo, Italy - WBC. Referee: Franz Marti. Being cut over the right eye so early on ruined any chance of victory the challenger may have had, and with De Leon (188¼) concentrating on the injury there was little chance of a distance fight. At the end of the third the doctor allowed Rottoli (189½) one more round, but with De Leon totally in control and the wound pouring blood the referee stopped the contest after the session ended.   
  
 
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Revision as of 05:33, 28 January 2012

1987-02-21 Carlos De Leon w rsc 4 (12) Angelo Rottoli, Sports Palace, Bergamo, Italy - WBC. Referee: Franz Marti. Being cut over the right eye so early on ruined any chance of victory the challenger may have had, and with De Leon (188¼) concentrating on the injury there was little chance of a distance fight. At the end of the third the doctor allowed Rottoli (189½) one more round, but with De Leon totally in control and the wound pouring blood the referee stopped the contest after the session ended.