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1995-07-15 [[Lonnie Bradley]] w co 1 [[Dario Galindez]], Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. Making his first defence, Bradley (160) did not waste much time as he set about Galindez (159½) right from the bell. Within moments, Galindez had taken a count after being sent down and lurching around like a drunk. Although the Argentinian was allowed to fight on, Bradley knew what he had to do and after a terrific right to the jaw had sent the son of [[Victor Galindez]], the former light heavyweight champion, down for the second time the fight was stopped on the 1.54 mark.   
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1995-07-15 [[Lonnie Bradley]] w co 1 [[Dario Galindez]], Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. Making his first defence, Bradley (160) did not waste much time as he set about Galindez (159½) right from the bell. Within moments, Galindez had taken a count after being sent down and lurching around like a drunk. Although the Argentinian was allowed to fight on, after a terrific right to the jaw had sent the son of [[Victor Galindez]], the former light heavyweight champion, down for the second time the fight was stopped on the 1.54 mark.   
  
 
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1995-07-15 Lonnie Bradley w co 1 Dario Galindez, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBO. Referee: Raul Caiz. Making his first defence, Bradley (160) did not waste much time as he set about Galindez (159½) right from the bell. Within moments, Galindez had taken a count after being sent down and lurching around like a drunk. Although the Argentinian was allowed to fight on, after a terrific right to the jaw had sent the son of Victor Galindez, the former light heavyweight champion, down for the second time the fight was stopped on the 1.54 mark.