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2000-10-21 Jose Antonio Aguirre w rsc 4 Erdene Chuluun, Salon 21, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Always in command, Aguirre (104) really got to work in the fourth round when dropping Chuluun (104) three times from heavy right hands, the final knockdown seeing the referee call the fight off on 2.42 mark, thus ending his challenge.
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2000-10-21 [[Jose Antonio Aguirre]] w rsc 4 [[Erdene Chuluun]], Salon 21, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Always in command, Aguirre (104) really got to work in the fourth round when dropping the challenger, Chuluun (104), three times from heavy right hands, the final knockdown seeing the referee call the fight off on the 2.42 mark.
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2000-10-21 Jose Antonio Aguirre w rsc 4 Erdene Chuluun, Salon 21, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Always in command, Aguirre (104) really got to work in the fourth round when dropping the challenger, Chuluun (104), three times from heavy right hands, the final knockdown seeing the referee call the fight off on the 2.42 mark.