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1995-07-29 [[Danny Romero]] w co 6 [[Miguel Martinez]], Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas, USA - IBF. Referee: Jerry McKenzie. Both men fought with intensity and it was not until the fifth that the champion, Romero (110¾), seemed to make a dent, but a round later Martinez (111) was decked twice with heavy right handers, the second of which left him prostate to be counted out on the 1.53 mark.  
 
1995-07-29 [[Danny Romero]] w co 6 [[Miguel Martinez]], Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas, USA - IBF. Referee: Jerry McKenzie. Both men fought with intensity and it was not until the fifth that the champion, Romero (110¾), seemed to make a dent, but a round later Martinez (111) was decked twice with heavy right handers, the second of which left him prostate to be counted out on the 1.53 mark.  
  
With Romero injured following a non-title loss to [[Willy Salazar]], [[Robbie Regan]] stopped [[Ferid Ben Jeddou]] in the the second round on 16 December at the Welsh Institute of Sport, Cardiff, Wales in a so-called IBF ‘interim’ title fight.  
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With Romero injured following a non-title loss to [[Willy Salazar]], [[Robbie Regan]] stopped [[Ferid Ben Jeddou]] in the second round on 16 December at the Welsh Institute of Sport, Cardiff, Wales in a so-called IBF ‘interim’ title fight.  
  
 
A month later, Romero relinquished the crown, while Regan moved up to bantam to challenge [[Daniel Jimenez]] for the WBO title.             
 
A month later, Romero relinquished the crown, while Regan moved up to bantam to challenge [[Daniel Jimenez]] for the WBO title.             

Revision as of 13:29, 13 March 2012

1995-07-29 Danny Romero w co 6 Miguel Martinez, Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas, USA - IBF. Referee: Jerry McKenzie. Both men fought with intensity and it was not until the fifth that the champion, Romero (110¾), seemed to make a dent, but a round later Martinez (111) was decked twice with heavy right handers, the second of which left him prostate to be counted out on the 1.53 mark.

With Romero injured following a non-title loss to Willy Salazar, Robbie Regan stopped Ferid Ben Jeddou in the second round on 16 December at the Welsh Institute of Sport, Cardiff, Wales in a so-called IBF ‘interim’ title fight.

A month later, Romero relinquished the crown, while Regan moved up to bantam to challenge Daniel Jimenez for the WBO title.