1987-08-08 Bebis Rojas w pts 12 Santos Laciar, Tamiani Fairgrounds, Miami, Florida, USA - WBC

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1987-08-08 [[Bebis Rojas]] w pts 12 [[Santos Laciar]], Tamiani Fairgrounds, Miami, Florida, USA - WBC. Referee: Abraham Bernal. Scorecards: 119-109, 118-111, 117-111. Outboxed and outclassed, Laciar (115) never looked like retaining his title as Rojas (114¾) got to the front early, with the jab working like a piston. Even when put under pressure Rojas fought back with two-handed attacks that drove the champion to the ropes. Several times Laciar looked as though he would go down as he found Rojas too fast for him, but, although bemused at times, he stuck to his guns to go down fighting.   
 
1987-08-08 [[Bebis Rojas]] w pts 12 [[Santos Laciar]], Tamiani Fairgrounds, Miami, Florida, USA - WBC. Referee: Abraham Bernal. Scorecards: 119-109, 118-111, 117-111. Outboxed and outclassed, Laciar (115) never looked like retaining his title as Rojas (114¾) got to the front early, with the jab working like a piston. Even when put under pressure Rojas fought back with two-handed attacks that drove the champion to the ropes. Several times Laciar looked as though he would go down as he found Rojas too fast for him, but, although bemused at times, he stuck to his guns to go down fighting.   
  
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Revision as of 17:05, 6 January 2012

1987-08-08 Bebis Rojas w pts 12 Santos Laciar, Tamiani Fairgrounds, Miami, Florida, USA - WBC. Referee: Abraham Bernal. Scorecards: 119-109, 118-111, 117-111. Outboxed and outclassed, Laciar (115) never looked like retaining his title as Rojas (114¾) got to the front early, with the jab working like a piston. Even when put under pressure Rojas fought back with two-handed attacks that drove the champion to the ropes. Several times Laciar looked as though he would go down as he found Rojas too fast for him, but, although bemused at times, he stuck to his guns to go down fighting.

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