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1989-09-09 Jose Ruiz w rsc 1 Juan Carazo, Roberto Clemente Stadium, San Juan, Puerto Rico - WBO. Referee: Roberto Ramirez. A sensational contest saw Carazo (115) pounded into a summary defeat, being floored three times and stopped under the three-knockdown ruling after just 2.36 of the opening session. With just two quick wins behind him, Ruiz (115) shocked the crowd with his attacking flair, his left hook being the punch that paved the way for the early night.   
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1989-09-09 [[Jose Ruiz]] w rsc 1 [[Juan Carazo]], Roberto Clemente Stadium, San Juan, Puerto Rico - WBO. Referee: Roberto Ramirez. A sensational contest saw Carazo (115) pounded into a summary defeat, being floored three times and stopped under the three-knockdown ruling after just 2.36 of the opening session. With just two quick wins behind him, Ruiz (115) shocked the crowd with his attacking flair, his left hook being the punch that paved the way for the early night.   
  
 
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Revision as of 18:37, 3 January 2012

1989-09-09 Jose Ruiz w rsc 1 Juan Carazo, Roberto Clemente Stadium, San Juan, Puerto Rico - WBO. Referee: Roberto Ramirez. A sensational contest saw Carazo (115) pounded into a summary defeat, being floored three times and stopped under the three-knockdown ruling after just 2.36 of the opening session. With just two quick wins behind him, Ruiz (115) shocked the crowd with his attacking flair, his left hook being the punch that paved the way for the early night.