1988-03-24 Roger Mayweather w co 3 (12) Mauricio Aceves, Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC

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1988-03-24 Roger Mayweather w co 3 (12) Mauricio Aceves, Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Chuck Hassett. Taking charge from the opening bell, measuring his challenger with left jabs before hammering him with rights, Mayweather (139½) had quick success when scoring a knockdown in the first. Although Aceves (139¾) hit back in the second it was barely enough to bother Mayweather and it was all over at 1.32 of the third after the former, dropped by a heavy right to the temple, had been counted out.   
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1988-03-24 [[Roger Mayweather]] w co 3 (12) [[Mauricio Aceves]], Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Chuck Hassett. Taking charge from the opening bell, measuring his challenger with left jabs before hammering him with rights, Mayweather (139½) had quick success when scoring a knockdown in the first. Although Aceves (139¾) hit back in the second it was barely enough to bother Mayweather and it was all over at 1.32 of the third after the former, dropped by a heavy right to the temple, had been counted out.   
  
 
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1988-03-24 Roger Mayweather w co 3 (12) Mauricio Aceves, Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Chuck Hassett. Taking charge from the opening bell, measuring his challenger with left jabs before hammering him with rights, Mayweather (139½) had quick success when scoring a knockdown in the first. Although Aceves (139¾) hit back in the second it was barely enough to bother Mayweather and it was all over at 1.32 of the third after the former, dropped by a heavy right to the temple, had been counted out.

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