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1993-02-22 [[Julio Cesar Vasquez]] w co 1 [[Aquilino Asprilla]], The Superdome, Mar Del Plata, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. Making his first defence, Vasquez (154) wasted little time when facing up to Asprilla (153¼) and after a few perfunctory exchanges the champion opened up with a barrage of blows from both hands before a left to the jaw sent the Panamanian down to be counted out after just 45 seconds. Although Asprilla had been stopped previously he was expected to give Vasquez a bit of a test, but was bewildered by the latter’s southpaw stance.     
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1993-02-22 [[Julio Cesar Vasquez]] w co 1 [[Aquilino Asprilla]], The Superdome, Mar Del Plata, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. Making his first defence, Vasquez (154) wasted little time when facing up to Asprilla (153¼). Fired up, after a few perfunctory exchanges the champion opened up with a barrage of blows from both hands before a left to the jaw sent the Panamanian down to be counted out after just 45 seconds. Although Asprilla had been stopped previously he was expected to give Vasquez a bit of a test, but appeared bewildered by the latter’s southpaw stance.     
  
 
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1993-02-22 Julio Cesar Vasquez w co 1 Aquilino Asprilla, The Superdome, Mar Del Plata, Argentina - WBA. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. Making his first defence, Vasquez (154) wasted little time when facing up to Asprilla (153¼). Fired up, after a few perfunctory exchanges the champion opened up with a barrage of blows from both hands before a left to the jaw sent the Panamanian down to be counted out after just 45 seconds. Although Asprilla had been stopped previously he was expected to give Vasquez a bit of a test, but appeared bewildered by the latter’s southpaw stance.