Difference between revisions of "1995-07-29 Danny Romero w co 6 Miguel Martinez, Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, Texas, USA - IBF"

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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.  
 
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, which was followed by Regan moving up to bantam to challenge [[Daniel Jimenez]] for the WBO title, and [[Marc Johnson]] and [[Francisco Tejedor]] being matched to find a new champion.  
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A month later, Romero relinquished the crown, which was followed by Regan moving up to bantam to challenge [[Daniel Jimenez]] for the WBO title and [[Marc Johnson]] and [[Francisco Tejedor]] being matched to find a new champion.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:18, 8 March 2013

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. Under the cosh from there on, 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, which was followed by Regan moving up to bantam to challenge Daniel Jimenez for the WBO title and Marc Johnson and Francisco Tejedor being matched to find a new champion.