1990-05-07 Raul Perez w rsc 9 Gerardo Martinez, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC

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7 May Raul Perez w rsc 9 Gerardo Martinez, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Hank Elespuru. Retaining the title for the fifth time, Perez (117) once again got the left jab working while banging in chopping rights that gradually wore Martinez (118) down. All the challenger could do was to charge in, and during the ninth round when running out of steam and badly swollen on the left side of his face he was put down twice from combination punches before being rescued by the third man on the 2.59 mark.
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1990-05-07 [[Raul Perez]] w rsc 9 [[Gerardo Martinez]], Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Hank Elespuru. Retaining the title for the fifth time, Perez (117) once again got the left jab working while banging in chopping rights that gradually wore Martinez (118) down. All the challenger could do was to charge in, and during the ninth round when running out of steam and badly swollen on the left side of his face he was put down twice from combination punches before being rescued by the third man on the 2.59 mark.
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1990-05-07 Raul Perez w rsc 9 Gerardo Martinez, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Hank Elespuru. Retaining the title for the fifth time, Perez (117) once again got the left jab working while banging in chopping rights that gradually wore Martinez (118) down. All the challenger could do was to charge in, and during the ninth round when running out of steam and badly swollen on the left side of his face he was put down twice from combination punches before being rescued by the third man on the 2.59 mark.

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