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1990-12-19 Rolando Pascua w co 6 Humberto Gonzalez, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Marty Sammons. Going for the kayo right from the off, Gonzalez (107¾) set about the challenger with gusto, but Pascua (108) was a man who was just as determined and would not give way. Quickly turning into a slugging match, both men were tiring fast by the fifth and in the sixth Pascua somehow found a solid body shot to hurt Gonzalez before a cluster of head shots sent the champion crashing to be counted out at 2.24 of the round.
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1990-12-19 [[Rolando Pascua]] w co 6 [[Humberto Gonzalez]], Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Marty Sammons. Going for the kayo right from the off, Gonzalez (107¾) set about the challenger with gusto, but Pascua (108) was a man who was just as determined and would not give way. Quickly turning into a slugging match, both men were tiring fast by the fifth and in the sixth Pascua somehow found a solid body shot to hurt Gonzalez before a cluster of head shots sent the champion crashing to be counted out at 2.24 of the round.
  
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Revision as of 21:22, 27 December 2011

1990-12-19 Rolando Pascua w co 6 Humberto Gonzalez, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Marty Sammons. Going for the kayo right from the off, Gonzalez (107¾) set about the challenger with gusto, but Pascua (108) was a man who was just as determined and would not give way. Quickly turning into a slugging match, both men were tiring fast by the fifth and in the sixth Pascua somehow found a solid body shot to hurt Gonzalez before a cluster of head shots sent the champion crashing to be counted out at 2.24 of the round.