1992-02-22 John John Molina w rsc 4 Jackie Gunguluza, The Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa - IBF

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1992-02-22 [[John John Molina]] w rsc 4 [[Jackie Gunguluza]], The Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. With both men men fighting to decide a champion following [[Brian Mitchell]]’s decision to retire, Molina (129½) regained his old title when crushing Gunguluza (129½) after 2.56 of the fourth round. The South African was shaken by a right to the head inside the opening three minutes before Molina (129½), giving a masterful display of boxing, started to use the left jab as an attacking weapon to bring the fight to an early conclusion. Although Gunguluza showed much courage he was being taken apart and after being dropped three times the referee had seen enough and that was it.     
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1992-02-22 [[John John Molina]] w rsc 4 [[Jackie Gunguluza]], The Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. With both men fighting to decide a champion following [[Brian Mitchell]]’s decision to retire, Molina (129½) regained his old title when crushing Gunguluza (129½) after 2.56 of the fourth round. The South African was shaken by a right to the head inside the opening three minutes before Molina (129½), giving a masterful display of boxing, started to use the left jab as an attacking weapon to bring the fight to an early conclusion. Although Gunguluza showed much courage he was being taken apart, and after being dropped three times the referee had seen enough.     
  
 
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[[Category: 1992 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 11:28, 2 March 2013

1992-02-22 John John Molina w rsc 4 Jackie Gunguluza, The Superbowl, Sun City, South Africa - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. With both men fighting to decide a champion following Brian Mitchell’s decision to retire, Molina (129½) regained his old title when crushing Gunguluza (129½) after 2.56 of the fourth round. The South African was shaken by a right to the head inside the opening three minutes before Molina (129½), giving a masterful display of boxing, started to use the left jab as an attacking weapon to bring the fight to an early conclusion. Although Gunguluza showed much courage he was being taken apart, and after being dropped three times the referee had seen enough.

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