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1994-09-24 [[Kevin Kelley]] w rsc 2 [[Jose Vida Ramos]], Bally’s Park Place Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. After keeping his challenger at arm's length in the first round, Kelley (126) opened up in the second and a three-punch combination floored the hard-punching Ramos (125) midway through the session. Up at ‘five’ but all at sea, Ramos was a sitting target and Kelley, turning orthodox, smashed in a short left hook which dropped the former flat on his back to be counted out with 62 seconds of the session remaining.   
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1994-09-24 [[Kevin Kelley]] w rsc 2 [[Jose Vida Ramos]], Bally’s Park Place Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. After keeping his challenger at arm's length in the first round Kelley (126) opened up in the second, a three-punch combination flooring the hard-punching Ramos (125) midway through the session. Up at ‘five’ but all at sea, Ramos was now a sitting target, and Kelley, turning orthodox, smashed in a short left hook which dropped the former flat on his back to be counted out with 62 seconds of the session remaining.   
  
 
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1994-09-24 Kevin Kelley w rsc 2 Jose Vida Ramos, Bally’s Park Place Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. After keeping his challenger at arm's length in the first round Kelley (126) opened up in the second, a three-punch combination flooring the hard-punching Ramos (125) midway through the session. Up at ‘five’ but all at sea, Ramos was now a sitting target, and Kelley, turning orthodox, smashed in a short left hook which dropped the former flat on his back to be counted out with 62 seconds of the session remaining.