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1994-04-25 Julio Cesar Borboa w rsc 4 Jorge Luis Roman, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - IBF. Referee: James Jen-Kin. Competitive for two rounds, Roman (114), the brother of Gilberto, was then subjected to a thorough beating, being cut over both eyes and dropped by a left hook in the fourth before being pulled out by the referee on the 2.30 mark. Borboa (113), landing hooks, uppercuts and straight punches without response against the ponderous challenger, once again proved his class.     
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1994-04-25 [[Julio Cesar Borboa]] w rsc 4 [[Jorge Luis Roman]], Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - IBF. Referee: James Jen-Kin. Competitive for two rounds, Roman (114), the brother of Gilberto, was then subjected to a thorough beating, being cut over both eyes and dropped by a left hook in the fourth before being pulled out by the referee on the 2.30 mark. Borboa (113), landing hooks, uppercuts and straight punches without response against the ponderous challenger, once again proved his class.     
  
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1994-04-25 Julio Cesar Borboa w rsc 4 Jorge Luis Roman, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - IBF. Referee: James Jen-Kin. Competitive for two rounds, Roman (114), the brother of Gilberto, was then subjected to a thorough beating, being cut over both eyes and dropped by a left hook in the fourth before being pulled out by the referee on the 2.30 mark. Borboa (113), landing hooks, uppercuts and straight punches without response against the ponderous challenger, once again proved his class.