1995-12-16 Julio Cesar Vasquez w rsc 11 Carl Daniels, CoreStates Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - WBA

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1995-12-16 [[Julio Cesar Vasquez]] w rsc 11 [[Carl Daniels]], CoreStates Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - WBA. Referee: Charlie Sgrillo. In a battle of southpaws, it was the challenger who came through against all the odds when he found a big left hook that dropped Daniels (153) and forced a stoppage after 34 seconds of the 11th. However, it had been Daniels, getting behind the jab, who made the better start when putting Vasquez (154) down with a straight left in the third. As hard as Vasquez tried he seemed to make no impression on Daniels and it was the latter who continued to control the fight, winning all but two rounds on the cards prior to the finish.     
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1995-12-16 [[Julio Cesar Vasquez]] w rsc 11 [[Carl Daniels]], CoreStates Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - WBA. Referee: Charlie Sgrillo. In a battle of southpaws it was the challenger who came through against all the odds when he found a big left hook that dropped Daniels (153) to force a stoppage after 34 seconds of the 11th. However, it had been Daniels, getting behind the jab, who made the better start when putting Vasquez (154) down with a straight left in the third. As hard as Vasquez tried he seemed to make no impression on Daniels, and it was the latter who continued to control the fight, winning all but two rounds on the cards prior to the finish.     
  
 
[[Category: 1995 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1995 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Middleweight Division]]
 
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Latest revision as of 08:28, 11 June 2013

1995-12-16 Julio Cesar Vasquez w rsc 11 Carl Daniels, CoreStates Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - WBA. Referee: Charlie Sgrillo. In a battle of southpaws it was the challenger who came through against all the odds when he found a big left hook that dropped Daniels (153) to force a stoppage after 34 seconds of the 11th. However, it had been Daniels, getting behind the jab, who made the better start when putting Vasquez (154) down with a straight left in the third. As hard as Vasquez tried he seemed to make no impression on Daniels, and it was the latter who continued to control the fight, winning all but two rounds on the cards prior to the finish.

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