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1994-11-12 Humberto Gonzalez w pts 12 Michael Carbajal, City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC/IBF. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Scorecards: 117-114, 116-113, 114-114. As in their previous contest, Gonzalez (107½), cut over the left eye in the fourth, showed surprising skills to eke out the points decision over the disappointing Carbajal (108). Unfortunately, Carbajal, who was also cut over the left eye, was unable to raise the tempo or change tactics and the contest petered out.     
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1994-11-12 [[Humberto Gonzalez]] w pts 12 [[Michael Carbajal]], City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC/IBF. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Scorecards: 117-114, 116-113, 114-114. As in their previous contest, Gonzalez (107½), cut over the left eye in the fourth, showed surprising skills to eke out the points decision over the disappointing Carbajal (108). Unfortunately, with Carbajal, who was also cut over the left eye, unable to raise the tempo or change tactics the contest petered out.     
  
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1994-11-12 Humberto Gonzalez w pts 12 Michael Carbajal, City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC/IBF. Referee: Larry O’Connell. Scorecards: 117-114, 116-113, 114-114. As in their previous contest, Gonzalez (107½), cut over the left eye in the fourth, showed surprising skills to eke out the points decision over the disappointing Carbajal (108). Unfortunately, with Carbajal, who was also cut over the left eye, unable to raise the tempo or change tactics the contest petered out.