1994-04-18 Zack Padilla w rtd 6 Harold Miller, Ahoy Sports Palace, Rotterdam, Holland - WBO

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1994-04-18 Zack Padilla w rtd 6 Harold Miller, Ahoy Sports Palace, Rotterdam, Holland - WBO. Referee: Norbert Krosch. In what was Holland’s first world title fight, the champion had too much of everything for the limited Miller (136¾), who was painfully exposed before being retired on his stool at the end of the sixth. This was almost a workout for Padilla (137¾) and it was only a mixture of Miller’s bravery and a humane champion not wishing to do permanent damage to his over-matched foe that enabled the fight to last as long as it did.   
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1994-04-18 [[Zack Padilla]] w rtd 6 [[Harold Miller]], Ahoy Sports Palace, Rotterdam, Holland - WBO. Referee: Norbert Krosch. In what was Holland’s first world title fight, the champion had too much of everything for the limited Miller (136¾) who was painfully exposed before being retired on his stool at the end of the sixth. This was almost a workout for Padilla (137¾), and it was only a mixture of Miller’s bravery and a humane champion not wishing to do permanent damage to his over-matched foe that enabled the fight to last as long as it did.   
  
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1994-04-18 Zack Padilla w rtd 6 Harold Miller, Ahoy Sports Palace, Rotterdam, Holland - WBO. Referee: Norbert Krosch. In what was Holland’s first world title fight, the champion had too much of everything for the limited Miller (136¾) who was painfully exposed before being retired on his stool at the end of the sixth. This was almost a workout for Padilla (137¾), and it was only a mixture of Miller’s bravery and a humane champion not wishing to do permanent damage to his over-matched foe that enabled the fight to last as long as it did.

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