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1996-03-16 Ricardo Lopez w rsc 8 Ala Villamor, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Joe Cortez. Showing his vast repertoire of skills, Lopez (104½) effortlessly picked up points, jabbing and moving, to leave Villamor (105) punching thin air. In the eighth, the champion countered a loose left jab with a heavy left uppercut that left the Filipino stretched out and the referee not even bothering to pick up the count. The finish was timed at 40 seconds of the round.
 
1996-03-16 Ricardo Lopez w rsc 8 Ala Villamor, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Joe Cortez. Showing his vast repertoire of skills, Lopez (104½) effortlessly picked up points, jabbing and moving, to leave Villamor (105) punching thin air. In the eighth, the champion countered a loose left jab with a heavy left uppercut that left the Filipino stretched out and the referee not even bothering to pick up the count. The finish was timed at 40 seconds of the round.
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1996-03-16 Ricardo Lopez w rsc 8 Ala Villamor, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Joe Cortez. Showing his vast repertoire of skills, Lopez (104½) effortlessly picked up points, jabbing and moving, to leave Villamor (105) punching thin air. In the eighth, the champion countered a loose left jab with a heavy left uppercut that left the Filipino stretched out and the referee not even bothering to pick up the count. The finish was timed at 40 seconds of the round.