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9 March Raul Perez w pts 12 Lucio Lopez, Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Chuck Hassett. Scorecards: 116-110, 116-111, 115-112. In an exciting blood-bath of a fight, both men being cut on their scalps following head clashes, Perez (117½) utilised his long reach to outscore his challenger with jabs and clean punches from either hand. The diminutive Lopez (116¾), seven inches the shorter man, gave it his best shot and was always in the bout with good left hooks and hard rights occasionally hurting the champion, before being dropped in the last round. Even then Lopez came back strongly and received much applause for his pluck at the final bell.
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1989-03-09 [[Raul Perez]] w pts 12 [[Lucio Lopez]], Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Chuck Hassett. Scorecards: 116-110, 116-111, 115-112. In an exciting blood-bath of a fight, both men being cut on their scalps following head clashes, Perez (117½) utilised his long reach to outscore his challenger with jabs and clean punches from either hand. The diminutive Lopez (116¾), seven inches the shorter man, gave it his best shot and was always in the bout with good left hooks and hard rights occasionally hurting the champion, before being dropped in the last round. Even then Lopez came back strongly and received much applause for his pluck at the final bell.
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Revision as of 06:12, 20 February 2012

1989-03-09 Raul Perez w pts 12 Lucio Lopez, Sports Arena, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Chuck Hassett. Scorecards: 116-110, 116-111, 115-112. In an exciting blood-bath of a fight, both men being cut on their scalps following head clashes, Perez (117½) utilised his long reach to outscore his challenger with jabs and clean punches from either hand. The diminutive Lopez (116¾), seven inches the shorter man, gave it his best shot and was always in the bout with good left hooks and hard rights occasionally hurting the champion, before being dropped in the last round. Even then Lopez came back strongly and received much applause for his pluck at the final bell.