Difference between revisions of "1988-05-21 Jose Sanabria w rtd 6 (15) Moises Fuentes Rocha, Vincente Diaz Romero Coliseum, Bucaramanga, Colombia - IBF"

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1988-05-21 [[Jose Sanabria]] w rtd 6 (15) [[Moises Fuentes]], Vincente Diaz Romero Coliseum, Bucaramanga, Colombia - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. Sanabria (122) and Fuentes (122) came together to contest the vacant title after Seung-Hoon Lee moved up a weight class, and it was the former who came out on top after displaying a good jab and one-two combinations to pound his rival into submission. Fuentes, cut over the left eye by a left hook and dropped in the fifth, failed to answer the bell for the sixth and the contest was over.   
 
1988-05-21 [[Jose Sanabria]] w rtd 6 (15) [[Moises Fuentes]], Vincente Diaz Romero Coliseum, Bucaramanga, Colombia - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. Sanabria (122) and Fuentes (122) came together to contest the vacant title after Seung-Hoon Lee moved up a weight class, and it was the former who came out on top after displaying a good jab and one-two combinations to pound his rival into submission. Fuentes, cut over the left eye by a left hook and dropped in the fifth, failed to answer the bell for the sixth and the contest was over.   
  
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Revision as of 19:13, 9 January 2012

1988-05-21 Jose Sanabria w rtd 6 (15) Moises Fuentes, Vincente Diaz Romero Coliseum, Bucaramanga, Colombia - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. Sanabria (122) and Fuentes (122) came together to contest the vacant title after Seung-Hoon Lee moved up a weight class, and it was the former who came out on top after displaying a good jab and one-two combinations to pound his rival into submission. Fuentes, cut over the left eye by a left hook and dropped in the fifth, failed to answer the bell for the sixth and the contest was over.