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1991-05-30 Luis Mendoza w co 7 Joao Cardosa, Sports Palace, Madrid, Spain - WBA. Referee: John Coyle. Dominating the fight, Mendoza (121) used the jab to pick off the oncoming challenger before ending proceedings with 32 seconds left of round seven, when Cardosa (121) was counted out after being dropped by a heavy left hand. The Brazilian had earlier tasted the canvas in the fourth, having been dropped by a left-right uppercut, and the finish came as no surprise.             
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1991-05-30 [[Luis Mendoza]] w co 7 [[Joao Cardosa]], Sports Palace, Madrid, Spain - WBA. Referee: John Coyle. Dominating the fight, Mendoza (121) used the jab to pick off the oncoming challenger before ending proceedings with 32 seconds left of round seven, when Cardosa (121) was counted out after being dropped by a heavy left hand. The Brazilian had earlier tasted the canvas in the fourth, having been dropped by a left-right uppercut, and the finish came as no surprise.             
  
 
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Revision as of 14:34, 8 January 2012

1991-05-30 Luis Mendoza w co 7 Joao Cardosa, Sports Palace, Madrid, Spain - WBA. Referee: John Coyle. Dominating the fight, Mendoza (121) used the jab to pick off the oncoming challenger before ending proceedings with 32 seconds left of round seven, when Cardosa (121) was counted out after being dropped by a heavy left hand. The Brazilian had earlier tasted the canvas in the fourth, having been dropped by a left-right uppercut, and the finish came as no surprise.