1989-12-09 Jorge Paez w rsc 6 Lupe Gutierrez, Lawlor Events Centre, Reno, Nevada, USA - IBF

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1989-12-09 [[Jorge Paez]] w rsc 6 [[Lupe Gutierrez]], Lawlor Events Centre, Reno, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Mills Lane. Scoring well in the early stages, ripping in hooks to the body, Gutierrez (125¾) made a bright start. However, it was clear by the fourth round that he was not hurting Paez (126), despite the latter having been cut over the left eye in the first, and that the champion’s power was beginning to worry him. It was all Paez in the fifth, and in the sixth he really went to work when battering Gutierrez, also now cut over the left eye, before him and hurting him with vicious uppercuts until the referee rescued the brave Californian at 2.01 of the session.     
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1989-12-09 [[Jorge Paez]] w rsc 6 [[Lupe Gutierrez]], Lawlor Events Centre, Reno, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Mills Lane. Scoring well in the early stages, ripping in hooks to the body, Gutierrez (125¾) made a bright start. However, it was clear by the fourth round that he was not hurting Paez (126), despite the latter having been cut over the left eye in the first and that the champion’s power was beginning to worry him. It was all Paez in the fifth, and in the sixth he really went to work when battering Gutierrez, also now cut over the left eye, before him and hurting him with vicious uppercuts until the referee rescued the brave Californian at 2.01 of the session.     
  
 
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Revision as of 17:09, 29 December 2012

1989-12-09 Jorge Paez w rsc 6 Lupe Gutierrez, Lawlor Events Centre, Reno, Nevada, USA - IBF. Referee: Mills Lane. Scoring well in the early stages, ripping in hooks to the body, Gutierrez (125¾) made a bright start. However, it was clear by the fourth round that he was not hurting Paez (126), despite the latter having been cut over the left eye in the first and that the champion’s power was beginning to worry him. It was all Paez in the fifth, and in the sixth he really went to work when battering Gutierrez, also now cut over the left eye, before him and hurting him with vicious uppercuts until the referee rescued the brave Californian at 2.01 of the session.

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