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1987-08-21 [[Julio Cesar Chavez]] w pts 12 [[Danilo Cabrera]], Caliente Racetrack, Tijuana, Mexico - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. Scorecards: 120-102, 120-105, 120-102. Having floored the challenger with a right for the mandatory ‘eight’ in the first round, Chavez (129) might have been excused for thinking that he was in for an early night. However, as much as he tried he couldn’t remove the spirited Cabrera (129), who was hit with every punch in the book but was still standing at the final bell. Chavez relinquished the WBC version of the title after becoming the WBA lightweight champion on 21 November.
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1987-08-21 [[Julio Cesar Chavez]] w pts 12 [[Danilo Cabrera]], Caliente Racetrack, Tijuana, Mexico - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. Scorecards: 120-102, 120-105, 120-102. Having floored the challenger with a right for the mandatory ‘eight’ in the first round, Chavez (129) might have been excused for thinking that he was in for an early night. However, as much as he tried he couldn’t remove the spirited Cabrera (129), who was hit with every punch in the book but was still standing at the final bell.  
  
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Chavez relinquished the WBC version of the title after becoming the WBA lightweight champion on 21 November.
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[[Category: 1987 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 10:39, 18 January 2012

1987-08-21 Julio Cesar Chavez w pts 12 Danilo Cabrera, Caliente Racetrack, Tijuana, Mexico - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. Scorecards: 120-102, 120-105, 120-102. Having floored the challenger with a right for the mandatory ‘eight’ in the first round, Chavez (129) might have been excused for thinking that he was in for an early night. However, as much as he tried he couldn’t remove the spirited Cabrera (129), who was hit with every punch in the book but was still standing at the final bell.

Chavez relinquished the WBC version of the title after becoming the WBA lightweight champion on 21 November.