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22 February Jose Antonio Aguirre w rtd 7 Juan Alfonso Keb Baas, City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Surviving a fourth-round knockdown at the hands of the challenger, Aguirre (105) gradually got his composure back to force his fellow Mexican to quit at 2.17 of the seventh. Keb Baas (104), who did not look as though he was badly hurt despite beginning to take some heavy punches, suddenly decided that he had finished for the night and that was that.
 
22 February Jose Antonio Aguirre w rtd 7 Juan Alfonso Keb Baas, City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Surviving a fourth-round knockdown at the hands of the challenger, Aguirre (105) gradually got his composure back to force his fellow Mexican to quit at 2.17 of the seventh. Keb Baas (104), who did not look as though he was badly hurt despite beginning to take some heavy punches, suddenly decided that he had finished for the night and that was that.
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22 February Jose Antonio Aguirre w rtd 7 Juan Alfonso Keb Baas, City Bullring, Mexico City, Mexico - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Surviving a fourth-round knockdown at the hands of the challenger, Aguirre (105) gradually got his composure back to force his fellow Mexican to quit at 2.17 of the seventh. Keb Baas (104), who did not look as though he was badly hurt despite beginning to take some heavy punches, suddenly decided that he had finished for the night and that was that.