Difference between revisions of "1996-04-26 Robbie Regan w pts 12 Daniel Jimenez, National Institute of Sport, Cardiff, Wales - WBO"

From Barry Hugman's History of Championship Boxing
Jump to: navigation, search
(Add Bantam Page)
 
Line 1: Line 1:
26 April Robbie Regan w pts 12 Daniel Jimenez, National Institute of Sport, Cardiff, Wales - WBO. Referee: Gino Rodriguez. Scorecards: 115-112, 116-111, 116-113. Jumping up two weight classes, from fly to bantam, Regan (117¾) took full advantage of the opportunity to challenge for the title and was in good shape. Although being outboxed on occasion he was always prepared to work the body and in the eighth round he floored Jimenez (117½) with a cracking left hook to the jaw towards the end of the session. Following that the Welshman was full of confidence and despite his left eye swelling rapidly he was the one who landed the more effective punches prior to being awarded the unanimous decision. With Regan unfit to box, Jorge Elicier Julio outpointed Oscar Maldonado over 12 rounds at the Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California on 28 July 1997 for the ‘interim’ title before being recognised as the WBO champion when Regan was forced to vacate the title in January 1998 on failing a brain scan.
+
1996-04-26 [[Robbie Regan]] w pts 12 [[Daniel Jimenez]], National Institute of Sport, Cardiff, Wales - WBO. Referee: Gino Rodriguez. Scorecards: 115-112, 116-111, 116-113. Jumping up two weight classes, from fly to bantam, Regan (117¾) took full advantage of the opportunity to challenge for the title and was in good shape. Although being outboxed on occasion he was always prepared to work the body and in the eighth round he floored Jimenez (117½) with a cracking left hook to the jaw towards the end of the session. Following that the Welshman was full of confidence and despite his left eye swelling rapidly he was the one who landed the more effective punches prior to being awarded the unanimous decision.  
 +
 
 +
With Regan unfit to box, [[Jorge Elicier Julio]] outpointed [[Oscar Maldonado]] over 12 rounds at the Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California on 28 July 1997 for the ‘interim’ title before being recognised as the WBO champion when Regan was forced to vacate the title in January 1998 on failing a brain scan.
 +
 
 +
[[Category: 1996 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Bantamweight Division]]

Revision as of 10:52, 21 February 2012

1996-04-26 Robbie Regan w pts 12 Daniel Jimenez, National Institute of Sport, Cardiff, Wales - WBO. Referee: Gino Rodriguez. Scorecards: 115-112, 116-111, 116-113. Jumping up two weight classes, from fly to bantam, Regan (117¾) took full advantage of the opportunity to challenge for the title and was in good shape. Although being outboxed on occasion he was always prepared to work the body and in the eighth round he floored Jimenez (117½) with a cracking left hook to the jaw towards the end of the session. Following that the Welshman was full of confidence and despite his left eye swelling rapidly he was the one who landed the more effective punches prior to being awarded the unanimous decision.

With Regan unfit to box, Jorge Elicier Julio outpointed Oscar Maldonado over 12 rounds at the Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California on 28 July 1997 for the ‘interim’ title before being recognised as the WBO champion when Regan was forced to vacate the title in January 1998 on failing a brain scan.