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1988-11-21 Daniel Zaragoza w co 5 Valerio Nati, Sports Palace, Forli, Italy - WBC. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Nati (121¾) took the fight to Zaragoza (121¾) from the opening bell but missed wildly at times while the champion kept his distance, used the ring sensibly, scored well with the jab and bided his time. Having shaded the first four rounds, Zaragoza’s opportunity arrived in the fifth when, having spotted an opening, he cracked in a terrific left to the jaw which sent Nati down heavily to be counted out.     
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1988-11-21 [[Daniel Zaragoza]] w co 5 [[Valerio Nati]], Sports Palace, Forli, Italy - WBC. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Nati (121¾) took the fight to Zaragoza (121¾) from the opening bell but missed wildly at times while the champion kept his distance, used the ring sensibly, scored well with the jab and bided his time. Having shaded the first four rounds, Zaragoza’s opportunity arrived in the fifth when, having spotted an opening, he cracked in a terrific left to the jaw which sent Nati down heavily to be counted out.     
  
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Revision as of 19:17, 9 January 2012

1988-11-21 Daniel Zaragoza w co 5 Valerio Nati, Sports Palace, Forli, Italy - WBC. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Nati (121¾) took the fight to Zaragoza (121¾) from the opening bell but missed wildly at times while the champion kept his distance, used the ring sensibly, scored well with the jab and bided his time. Having shaded the first four rounds, Zaragoza’s opportunity arrived in the fifth when, having spotted an opening, he cracked in a terrific left to the jaw which sent Nati down heavily to be counted out.