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1994-11-12 Ricardo Lopez w rsc 8 Javier Varguez, City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Dropping down a weight, the plodding Varguez (104¾) was no match for the brilliant Lopez (105), who punished him throughout. Outboxed, outpunched and out-thought, the challenger had no answer and it was a miracle he was still standing after taking a barrage of blows that sent him faltering into the ropes in the eighth round. However, the referee had seen enough and called a halt on the 1.33 mark.
 
1994-11-12 Ricardo Lopez w rsc 8 Javier Varguez, City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Dropping down a weight, the plodding Varguez (104¾) was no match for the brilliant Lopez (105), who punished him throughout. Outboxed, outpunched and out-thought, the challenger had no answer and it was a miracle he was still standing after taking a barrage of blows that sent him faltering into the ropes in the eighth round. However, the referee had seen enough and called a halt on the 1.33 mark.
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Revision as of 03:33, 23 November 2011

1994-11-12 Ricardo Lopez w rsc 8 Javier Varguez, City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Dropping down a weight, the plodding Varguez (104¾) was no match for the brilliant Lopez (105), who punished him throughout. Outboxed, outpunched and out-thought, the challenger had no answer and it was a miracle he was still standing after taking a barrage of blows that sent him faltering into the ropes in the eighth round. However, the referee had seen enough and called a halt on the 1.33 mark.