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14 October Eidy Moya w co 11 Adan Vargas, Villa Real Special Events Centre, McAllen, Texas, USA - WBA. Referee: Laurence Cole. Contested for the title vacated when Paulie Ayala moved on, Moya (117), the ‘interim’ champion, was good value for his win in what was a see-saw slugfest. Both men were down, Vargas (118) in the second round and Moya in the seventh, and prior to the straight right to the jaw that saw Vargas counted out in the 11th either man could have won it.
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2001-10-14 [[Eidy Moya]] w co 11 [[Adan Vargas]], Villa Real Special Events Centre, McAllen, Texas, USA - WBA. Referee: Laurence Cole. Contested for the title vacated when [[Paulie Ayala]] moved on, Moya (117), the ‘interim’ champion, was good value for his win in what was a see-saw slugfest. Both men were down, Vargas (118) in the second round and Moya in the seventh, and prior to the straight right to the jaw that saw Vargas counted out in the 11th either man could have won it.
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2001-10-14 Eidy Moya w co 11 Adan Vargas, Villa Real Special Events Centre, McAllen, Texas, USA - WBA. Referee: Laurence Cole. Contested for the title vacated when Paulie Ayala moved on, Moya (117), the ‘interim’ champion, was good value for his win in what was a see-saw slugfest. Both men were down, Vargas (118) in the second round and Moya in the seventh, and prior to the straight right to the jaw that saw Vargas counted out in the 11th either man could have won it.