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1993-03-13 Michael Carbajal w co 7 Humberto Gonzalez, Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF/WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. In a double championship fight, it was Carbajal (107) who ultimately proved dominant, despite being floored in the second and fifth sessions and behind on the judges’ scorecards at the finish. Although Gonzalez (107½) was gashed over the left eye in the third, he looked the likely winner until being poleaxed by a classic left hook and counted out at 2.59 of the seventh round.   
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1993-03-13 [[Michael Carbajal]] w co 7 [[Humberto Gonzalez]], Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF/WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. In a double championship fight, it was Carbajal (107) who ultimately proved dominant, despite being floored in the second and fifth sessions and behind on the judges’ scorecards at the finish. Although Gonzalez (107½) was gashed over the left eye in the third, he looked the likely winner until being poleaxed by a classic left hook and counted out at 2.59 of the seventh round.   
  
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Revision as of 21:35, 27 December 2011

1993-03-13 Michael Carbajal w co 7 Humberto Gonzalez, Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - IBF/WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. In a double championship fight, it was Carbajal (107) who ultimately proved dominant, despite being floored in the second and fifth sessions and behind on the judges’ scorecards at the finish. Although Gonzalez (107½) was gashed over the left eye in the third, he looked the likely winner until being poleaxed by a classic left hook and counted out at 2.59 of the seventh round.