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1993-11-26 [[Julio Cesar Borboa]] w rsc 5 [[Rolando Pascua]], The Coliseum, Hermosillo, Mexico - IBF. Referee: Jose Medina. Floored by a heavy southpaw right hook in the opening round, Borboa (115) picked himself up and began to put his punches together, landing jabs and heavy shots to both head and body. In the fifth, Pascua (115), cut over right eye and by the mouth, was smashed to the floor by a left hook following a series of combination punches and on getting up was rescued by the referee with just two seconds of the session remaining.     
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1993-11-26 [[Julio Cesar Borboa]] w rsc 5 [[Rolando Pascua]], The Coliseum, Hermosillo, Mexico - IBF. Referee: Jose Medina. Floored by a heavy southpaw right hook in the opening round, Borboa (115) picked himself up and began to put his punches together, landing jabs and heavy shots to both head and body. In the fifth, Pascua (115), cut over right eye and by the mouth, was smashed to the floor by a left hook following a series of combination punches. In real trouble, on getting up he was rescued by the referee with just two seconds of the session remaining.     
  
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Latest revision as of 10:32, 12 March 2013

1993-11-26 Julio Cesar Borboa w rsc 5 Rolando Pascua, The Coliseum, Hermosillo, Mexico - IBF. Referee: Jose Medina. Floored by a heavy southpaw right hook in the opening round, Borboa (115) picked himself up and began to put his punches together, landing jabs and heavy shots to both head and body. In the fifth, Pascua (115), cut over right eye and by the mouth, was smashed to the floor by a left hook following a series of combination punches. In real trouble, on getting up he was rescued by the referee with just two seconds of the session remaining.