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1992-07-22 Manuel Medina w rtd 10 Fabrizio Cappai, Sports Palace, Capo D'Orlando, Italy - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. Although he held his own for the first six rounds despite being cut over the left eye in the second, the inexperienced challenger tired badly in the second half of the fight and Medina (125) began to dominate, his long arms pumping out punches from both hands. With blood flowing from his damaged eye and at the end of his his tether, Cappai (123¾) was retired by his corner at the end of the tenth.  
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1992-07-22 [[Manuel Medina]] w rtd 10 [[Fabrizio Cappai]], Sports Palace, Capo D'Orlando, Italy - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. Although he held his own for the first six rounds despite being cut over the left eye in the second, after the inexperienced challenger tired badly in the second half of the fight Medina (125) began to dominate, his long arms pumping out punches from both hands. With blood flowing from his damaged eye and at the end of his tether, Cappai (123¾) was retired by his corner at the end of the tenth.  
  
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Revision as of 11:08, 30 December 2012

1992-07-22 Manuel Medina w rtd 10 Fabrizio Cappai, Sports Palace, Capo D'Orlando, Italy - IBF. Referee: Sam Williams. Although he held his own for the first six rounds despite being cut over the left eye in the second, after the inexperienced challenger tired badly in the second half of the fight Medina (125) began to dominate, his long arms pumping out punches from both hands. With blood flowing from his damaged eye and at the end of his tether, Cappai (123¾) was retired by his corner at the end of the tenth.