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1994-06-27 Leo Gamez drew 12 Kaaj Chartbandit, Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Silvestre Abainza. Scorecards: 114-114, 115-114, 114-115. Dropped in the seventh round from a left hook, the champion, Gamez (108), who had made the fight up until then began to fade as Chartbandit (108) continued with his jab and move tactics to make up the leeway in the eyes of the judges. However, the majority at ringside felt that the champion’s aggression had won the day.     
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1994-06-27 [[Leo Gamez]] drew 12 [[Kaaj Chartbandit]], Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Silvestre Abainza. Scorecards: 114-114, 115-114, 114-115. Dropped in the seventh round from a left hook, the champion, Gamez (108), who had made the fight up until then began to fade as Chartbandit (108) continued with his jab and move tactics to make up the leeway in the eyes of the judges. However, the majority at ringside felt that the champion’s aggression had won the day.     
  
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Revision as of 13:42, 27 December 2011

1994-06-27 Leo Gamez drew 12 Kaaj Chartbandit, Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Silvestre Abainza. Scorecards: 114-114, 115-114, 114-115. Dropped in the seventh round from a left hook, the champion, Gamez (108), who had made the fight up until then began to fade as Chartbandit (108) continued with his jab and move tactics to make up the leeway in the eyes of the judges. However, the majority at ringside felt that the champion’s aggression had won the day.