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1989-05-21 [[Jorge Paez]] drew 12 [[Louie Espinoza]], Hilton Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona, USA - IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Scorecards: 115-113, 113-116, 114-114. With the pace never slackening and bitterly fought, it seemed almost impossible to find a winner at the finish and that was how it turned out as Paez (126) was deemed to have retained his title by dint of a draw after the scorecards were totalled up. It seemed a fair result as Espinoza (126) put his punches together better than Paez, but was rocked by left uppercuts, hooks and over-the-top rights as the pair went at it hammer and tongs.
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1989-05-21 [[Jorge Paez]] drew 12 [[Louie Espinoza]], Hilton Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona, USA - IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Scorecards: 115-113, 113-116, 114-114. With the pace never slackening and bitterly fought it seemed almost impossible to find a winner at the finish, and that was how it turned out as Paez (126) was deemed to have retained his title by dint of a draw after the scorecards were totalled up. It seemed a fair result as Espinoza (126) put his punches together better than Paez, but was rocked by left uppercuts, hooks and over-the-top rights as the pair went at it hammer and tongs.
  
 
[[Category: 1989 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1989 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Featherweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Featherweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 16:48, 29 December 2012

1989-05-21 Jorge Paez drew 12 Louie Espinoza, Hilton Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona, USA - IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Scorecards: 115-113, 113-116, 114-114. With the pace never slackening and bitterly fought it seemed almost impossible to find a winner at the finish, and that was how it turned out as Paez (126) was deemed to have retained his title by dint of a draw after the scorecards were totalled up. It seemed a fair result as Espinoza (126) put his punches together better than Paez, but was rocked by left uppercuts, hooks and over-the-top rights as the pair went at it hammer and tongs.