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2001-10-05 [[Pedro Alcazar]] w pts 12 [[Jorge Otero]], National Gym, Panama City, Panama - WBO. Referee: Roberto Ramirez. Scorecards: 116-112, 116-113, 118-110. Looking to dominate the action early on, the champion began to land solid hooks to the body while Otero (115) stuck with the left jab. That was generally the pattern throughout, with both men taking a breather in the fifth and sixth before Alcazar (115) came on strong with fast combinations to head and body during the next three sessions. Several times Otero appeared hurt, but while his jab often got him out of trouble he was unable to make much of an impression with the right hand, subsequently failing to put a dent in the champion.   
 
2001-10-05 [[Pedro Alcazar]] w pts 12 [[Jorge Otero]], National Gym, Panama City, Panama - WBO. Referee: Roberto Ramirez. Scorecards: 116-112, 116-113, 118-110. Looking to dominate the action early on, the champion began to land solid hooks to the body while Otero (115) stuck with the left jab. That was generally the pattern throughout, with both men taking a breather in the fifth and sixth before Alcazar (115) came on strong with fast combinations to head and body during the next three sessions. Several times Otero appeared hurt, but while his jab often got him out of trouble he was unable to make much of an impression with the right hand, subsequently failing to put a dent in the champion.   
  
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Latest revision as of 16:02, 12 March 2013

2001-10-05 Pedro Alcazar w pts 12 Jorge Otero, National Gym, Panama City, Panama - WBO. Referee: Roberto Ramirez. Scorecards: 116-112, 116-113, 118-110. Looking to dominate the action early on, the champion began to land solid hooks to the body while Otero (115) stuck with the left jab. That was generally the pattern throughout, with both men taking a breather in the fifth and sixth before Alcazar (115) came on strong with fast combinations to head and body during the next three sessions. Several times Otero appeared hurt, but while his jab often got him out of trouble he was unable to make much of an impression with the right hand, subsequently failing to put a dent in the champion.