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1992-12-05 [[Tracy Harris Patterson]] drew 12 [[Daniel Zaragoza]], Sports Palace, Berck Sur Mer, France - WBC. Referee: Franz Marti. Scorecards: 118-111, 114-117, 116-116. Down from a countering left in round one, Patterson (121½) quickly got up and in the second session, punching crisply, inflicted a bad cut over the challenger’s left eye. From then on it was boxer versus puncher as Zaragoza (122) appeared to edge Patterson, who was unable to make his heavier blows pay off as his rival used speed and long lefts to take the fight right to the wire.         
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1992-12-05 [[Tracy Harris Patterson]] drew 12 [[Daniel Zaragoza]], Sports Palace, Berck Sur Mer, France - WBC. Referee: Franz Marti. Scorecards: 118-111, 114-117, 116-116. Down from a countering left in round one Patterson (121½) quickly got up, and in the second session, punching crisply, he inflicted a bad cut over the challenger’s left eye. From then on it was boxer versus puncher as Zaragoza (122) appeared to edge Patterson, who was unable to make his heavier blows pay off as his rival used speed and long lefts to take the fight right to the wire.         
  
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Latest revision as of 16:09, 24 March 2013

1992-12-05 Tracy Harris Patterson drew 12 Daniel Zaragoza, Sports Palace, Berck Sur Mer, France - WBC. Referee: Franz Marti. Scorecards: 118-111, 114-117, 116-116. Down from a countering left in round one Patterson (121½) quickly got up, and in the second session, punching crisply, he inflicted a bad cut over the challenger’s left eye. From then on it was boxer versus puncher as Zaragoza (122) appeared to edge Patterson, who was unable to make his heavier blows pay off as his rival used speed and long lefts to take the fight right to the wire.