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1993-06-24 Wilfredo Vazquez w co 10 Thierry Jacob, Lakeside Cycling Velodrome, Bordeaux, France - WBA. Referee: Luis Montero. This was a more conclusive win for Vazquez (122) than in their previous fight. With the southpaw challenger going well for six rounds, despite being cut over the right eye in the third, it was only in the seventh that Vazquez took over after landing with solid rights and lefts. Although Jacob (120¾) fought back, he was gradually being ground down and after 45 seconds of the tenth a series of heavy rights to the head sent him to the canvas to be counted out.                   
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1993-06-24 [[Wilfredo Vazquez]] w co 10 [[Thierry Jacob]], Lakeside Cycling Velodrome, Bordeaux, France - WBA. Referee: Luis Montero. This was a more conclusive win for Vazquez (122) than in their previous fight. With the southpaw challenger going well for six rounds, despite being cut over the right eye in the third, it was only in the seventh that Vazquez took over after landing with solid rights and lefts. Although Jacob (120¾) fought back he was gradually being ground down and after 45 seconds of the tenth a series of heavy rights to the head sent him to the canvas to be counted out.                   
  
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1993-06-24 Wilfredo Vazquez w co 10 Thierry Jacob, Lakeside Cycling Velodrome, Bordeaux, France - WBA. Referee: Luis Montero. This was a more conclusive win for Vazquez (122) than in their previous fight. With the southpaw challenger going well for six rounds, despite being cut over the right eye in the third, it was only in the seventh that Vazquez took over after landing with solid rights and lefts. Although Jacob (120¾) fought back he was gradually being ground down and after 45 seconds of the tenth a series of heavy rights to the head sent him to the canvas to be counted out.