1995-10-07 Eamonn Loughran w pts 12 Angel Beltre, Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland - WBO

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1995-10-07 [[Eamonn Loughran]] w pts 12 [[Angel Beltre]], Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland - WBO. Following their no-contest debacle the pair were brought back together, but it was really a case of the challenger boxing on the back foot and Loughran (146¼) trying to catch him. When Loughran did manage to catch up with Beltre (145½) he seemed unable to pin him down and in the fourth after being hit with a right uppercut he emerged from a clinch with a cut on his left eye. He also hurt his right hand in that session. Regardless of his problems and despite boxing conservatively from thereon, Loughran eased his way past Beltre, who hadn’t the power to take the title.   
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1995-10-07 [[Eamonn Loughran]] w pts 12 [[Angel Beltre]], Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland - WBO. Following on from their previous contest the pair were rematched, but it was really a case of the challenger boxing on the back foot and Loughran (146¼) trying to catch him. When Loughran did manage to catch up with Beltre (145½) he seemed unable to pin him down and in the fourth after being hit with a right uppercut he emerged from a clinch with a cut on his left eye. He also hurt his right hand in that session. Regardless of his problems and despite boxing conservatively from thereon, Loughran eased his way past Beltre, who hadn’t the power to take the title.   
  
 
[[Category: 1995 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1995 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 12:36, 7 February 2012

1995-10-07 Eamonn Loughran w pts 12 Angel Beltre, Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland - WBO. Following on from their previous contest the pair were rematched, but it was really a case of the challenger boxing on the back foot and Loughran (146¼) trying to catch him. When Loughran did manage to catch up with Beltre (145½) he seemed unable to pin him down and in the fourth after being hit with a right uppercut he emerged from a clinch with a cut on his left eye. He also hurt his right hand in that session. Regardless of his problems and despite boxing conservatively from thereon, Loughran eased his way past Beltre, who hadn’t the power to take the title.

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