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1993-10-30 Michael Carbajal w rtd 5 Domingo Sosa, American West Arena, Phoenix, Arizona, USA - WBC/IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Carbajal (108) did not wait long to announce himself, dropping Sosa (108) with a left hook two minutes into the bout. Then, despite being badly cut on the forehead in the second session he resisted the chance of a technical draw in favour of finishing the job properly. That he did after 48 seconds of the fifth when the challenger’s handlers leapt into the ring to save their man from a further beating.  
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1993-10-30 [[Michael Carbajal]] w rtd 5 [[Domingo Sosa]], American West Arena, Phoenix, Arizona, USA - WBC/IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Carbajal (108) did not wait long to announce himself, dropping Sosa (108) with a left hook two minutes into the bout. Then, despite being badly cut on the forehead in the second session he resisted the chance of a technical draw in favour of finishing the job properly. That he did after 48 seconds of the fifth when the challenger’s handlers leapt into the ring to save their man from a further beating.  
  
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1993-10-30 Michael Carbajal w rtd 5 Domingo Sosa, American West Arena, Phoenix, Arizona, USA - WBC/IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Carbajal (108) did not wait long to announce himself, dropping Sosa (108) with a left hook two minutes into the bout. Then, despite being badly cut on the forehead in the second session he resisted the chance of a technical draw in favour of finishing the job properly. That he did after 48 seconds of the fifth when the challenger’s handlers leapt into the ring to save their man from a further beating.