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1995-12-09 [[Frankie Liles]] w pts 12 [[Mauricio Amaral]], Hans Martin Schleyer Hall, Stuttgart, Germany - WBA. Referee: Hubert Earle. Scorecards: 119-108, 118-110, 118-111.Winning virtually every round bar the sixth, when Amaral (165¾) scored well with rights to the body, the champion never really had to raise his game and continued to score well with solid southpaw jabs throughout. Strong and durable, even if somewhat easy to work out, Amaral was always going to be a hard man to stop and the nearest Liles (168) came to achieving that was when he dropped him in the last ten seconds of the fight. Needless to say, the Brazilian was on his feet at the final bell.     
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1995-12-09 [[Frankie Liles]] w pts 12 [[Mauricio Amaral]], Hans Martin Schleyer Hall, Stuttgart, Germany - WBA. Referee: Hubert Earle. Scorecards: 119-108, 118-110, 118-111. Winning virtually every round bar the sixth, despite Amaral (165¾) hammering in rights to the body the champion continued to score well with solid southpaw jabs throughout, barely raising his game. Strong and durable, even if somewhat easy to work out, with Amaral always going to be a hard man to stop the nearest Liles (168) came to achieving that was when he dropped him in the last ten seconds of the fight. Needless to say, the Brazilian was on his feet at the final bell.     
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:18, 28 June 2013

1995-12-09 Frankie Liles w pts 12 Mauricio Amaral, Hans Martin Schleyer Hall, Stuttgart, Germany - WBA. Referee: Hubert Earle. Scorecards: 119-108, 118-110, 118-111. Winning virtually every round bar the sixth, despite Amaral (165¾) hammering in rights to the body the champion continued to score well with solid southpaw jabs throughout, barely raising his game. Strong and durable, even if somewhat easy to work out, with Amaral always going to be a hard man to stop the nearest Liles (168) came to achieving that was when he dropped him in the last ten seconds of the fight. Needless to say, the Brazilian was on his feet at the final bell.