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1989-09-01 [[Daniel Zaragoza]] w rsc 10 [[Frankie Duarte]], Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. In what turned out to be a mismatch, Zaragoza (121) used his challenger, who was cut over the left eye in the third, as target practice and often scored southpaw rights and lefts at will. Although Duarte (121¼) came back into it in the sixth and seventh rounds, following that it was apparent that he was a shot fighter, and after being on the end of a consistent hammering at 1.54 of the tenth the referee called the contest off to save him from further punishment.     
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1989-09-01 [[Daniel Zaragoza]] w rsc 10 [[Frankie Duarte]], Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. In what turned out to be a mismatch, Zaragoza (121) used his challenger, who was cut over the left eye in the third, as target practice when scoring with southpaw rights and lefts at will. Although Duarte (121¼) came back into it in the sixth and seventh rounds, following that it was apparent that he was a shot fighter, and after being on the end of a consistent hammering at 1.54 of the tenth the referee called the contest off to save him from further punishment.     
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:48, 24 March 2013

1989-09-01 Daniel Zaragoza w rsc 10 Frankie Duarte, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: James Jen-Kin. In what turned out to be a mismatch, Zaragoza (121) used his challenger, who was cut over the left eye in the third, as target practice when scoring with southpaw rights and lefts at will. Although Duarte (121¼) came back into it in the sixth and seventh rounds, following that it was apparent that he was a shot fighter, and after being on the end of a consistent hammering at 1.54 of the tenth the referee called the contest off to save him from further punishment.