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1994-06-07 [[Orlando Canizales]] w co 5 [[Rolando Bohol]], Convention Centre, South Padre Island, Texas, USA - IBF. Referee: Laurence Cole. Although the challenger started aggressively and landed some solid southpaw rights, Canizales (118) stuck to the game plan, spearing his man with straight rights and powerful uppercuts prior to getting down to serious business in the fifth. Coming out fast, Canizales hurt Bohol (117½) with a left uppercut and a long right before dropping him with a straight right, the final punch leading to a count out after just 27 seconds of the round.
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1994-06-07 [[Orlando Canizales]] w co 5 [[Rolando Bohol]], Convention Centre, South Padre Island, Texas, USA - IBF. Referee: Laurence Cole. Although the challenger started aggressively and landed some solid southpaw rights, Canizales (118) stuck to the game plan, spearing his man with straight rights and powerful uppercuts prior to getting down to serious business in the fifth. Coming out fast, Canizales hurt Bohol (117½) with a left uppercut and a long right before dropping him with a straight right, the final punch leading to a count-out after just 27 seconds of the round.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:43, 23 March 2013

1994-06-07 Orlando Canizales w co 5 Rolando Bohol, Convention Centre, South Padre Island, Texas, USA - IBF. Referee: Laurence Cole. Although the challenger started aggressively and landed some solid southpaw rights, Canizales (118) stuck to the game plan, spearing his man with straight rights and powerful uppercuts prior to getting down to serious business in the fifth. Coming out fast, Canizales hurt Bohol (117½) with a left uppercut and a long right before dropping him with a straight right, the final punch leading to a count-out after just 27 seconds of the round.