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1988-06-23 [[Antonio Esparragoza]] drew 12 [[Marcos Villasana]], Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 116-112, 111-116, 114-114. Piling up points in the early rounds from both hands the champion got away to a good start, but by the tenth he was reeling under the weight of punches coming his way. The 11th and 12th were also a big rounds for Villasana (126) as he walked through Esparragoza (126) with punches to head and body, and it was only the point deducted from him in the fifth for a low blow that stopped him from winning.  
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1988-06-23 [[Antonio Esparragoza]] drew 12 [[Marcos Villasana]], Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 116-112, 111-116, 114-114. Piling up points in the early rounds from both hands the champion got away to a good start, but by the tenth he was reeling under the weight of punches coming his way. The 11th and 12th were also a big rounds for Villasana (126) as he walked through Esparragoza (126) with shots to head and body, and it was only the point deducted from him in the fifth for a low blow that stopped him from winning.  
 
    
 
    
 
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Latest revision as of 16:40, 5 April 2013

1988-06-23 Antonio Esparragoza drew 12 Marcos Villasana, Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 116-112, 111-116, 114-114. Piling up points in the early rounds from both hands the champion got away to a good start, but by the tenth he was reeling under the weight of punches coming his way. The 11th and 12th were also a big rounds for Villasana (126) as he walked through Esparragoza (126) with shots to head and body, and it was only the point deducted from him in the fifth for a low blow that stopped him from winning.