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1992-12-14 [[Carlos Gonzalez]] w rsc 1 [[Rafael Ortiz]], Fronton Arena, Mexico City, Mexico - WBO. Referee: Ismael Fernandez. Making his second defence in the space of five weeks, Gonzalez (138½) quickly set about Ortiz (138¾), driving him backwards with heavy combinations and dropping him headlong to the canvas. Up again, but badly shaken, Ortiz was hammered down again almost immediately by a crashing right to the jaw and although he beat the count he was deemed unable to defend himself by the referee, who stopped the contest after just 93 seconds of fighting.   
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1992-12-14 [[Carlos Gonzalez]] w rsc 1 [[Rafael Ortiz]], Fronton Arena, Mexico City, Mexico - WBO. Referee: Ismael Fernandez. Making his second defence in the space of five weeks Gonzalez (138½) quickly set about Ortiz (138¾), driving him backwards with heavy combinations before dropping him headlong to the canvas. On his feet but badly shaken, Ortiz was hammered down again almost immediately by a crashing right to the jaw, and although he beat the count he was deemed unable to defend himself by the referee, who stopped the contest after just 93 seconds of fighting.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:55, 2 May 2013

1992-12-14 Carlos Gonzalez w rsc 1 Rafael Ortiz, Fronton Arena, Mexico City, Mexico - WBO. Referee: Ismael Fernandez. Making his second defence in the space of five weeks Gonzalez (138½) quickly set about Ortiz (138¾), driving him backwards with heavy combinations before dropping him headlong to the canvas. On his feet but badly shaken, Ortiz was hammered down again almost immediately by a crashing right to the jaw, and although he beat the count he was deemed unable to defend himself by the referee, who stopped the contest after just 93 seconds of fighting.