2001-06-23 Oscar De La Hoya w pts 12 Javier Castillejo, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC

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2001-06-23 [[Oscar De La Hoya]] w pts 12 [[Javier Castillejo]], MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Vic Drakulich. Scorecards: 119-108, 119-108, 119-108. Moving up to win the title, having already presided over four separate weight divisions, De La Hoya (154) had just too much of everything for the upright, pedestrian champion, who was outspeeded round after round. After making a poor start, Castillejo (154) began to get going in the third and although he was unable to get his normal punches off he occasionally hurt De La Hoya, especially with left-rights to the head. It was only in the tenth that all three judges gave Castillejo the round, when he tore into De La Hoya with solid blows from both hands, but the latter was well on top again from thereafter and eventually dropped the Spaniard for the mandatory count immediately prior to the final bell. On 12 July 2002 at the Americas Stadium, Parla, Spain, Castillejo won the vacant WBC ‘interim’ title when outpointing Roman Karmazin over 12 rounds.
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2001-06-23 [[Oscar De La Hoya]] w pts 12 [[Javier Castillejo]], MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Vic Drakulich. Scorecards: 119-108, 119-108, 119-108. Moving up to win the title, having already presided over four separate weight divisions, De La Hoya (154) had just too much of everything for the upright, pedestrian champion, who was outspeeded round after round. After making a poor start, Castillejo (154) began to get going in the third and although he was unable to get his normal punches off he occasionally hurt De La Hoya, especially with left-rights to the head. It was only in the tenth that all three judges gave Castillejo the round, when he tore into De La Hoya with solid blows from both hands, but the latter was well on top again from thereafter and eventually dropped the Spaniard for the mandatory count immediately prior to the final bell.  
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On 12 July 2002 at the Americas Stadium, Parla, Spain, Castillejo won the vacant WBC ‘interim’ title when outpointing [[Roman Karmazin]] over 12 rounds.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:45, 3 February 2012

2001-06-23 Oscar De La Hoya w pts 12 Javier Castillejo, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBC. Referee: Vic Drakulich. Scorecards: 119-108, 119-108, 119-108. Moving up to win the title, having already presided over four separate weight divisions, De La Hoya (154) had just too much of everything for the upright, pedestrian champion, who was outspeeded round after round. After making a poor start, Castillejo (154) began to get going in the third and although he was unable to get his normal punches off he occasionally hurt De La Hoya, especially with left-rights to the head. It was only in the tenth that all three judges gave Castillejo the round, when he tore into De La Hoya with solid blows from both hands, but the latter was well on top again from thereafter and eventually dropped the Spaniard for the mandatory count immediately prior to the final bell.

On 12 July 2002 at the Americas Stadium, Parla, Spain, Castillejo won the vacant WBC ‘interim’ title when outpointing Roman Karmazin over 12 rounds.

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