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2007-04-28 Juan Diaz w rtd 8 Acelino Freitas, Foxwoods Resort & Casino, Ledyard, Connecticut, USA - WBA/WBO. Referee: Mike Ortega. In a fight that was effectively contesting the ‘second tier’ WBA title, Prawet Singwangcha and Jose Miguel Cotto drew over 12 rounds at the Angel Espada Coliseum, Salinas, Puerto Rico on 11 May. On 21 July at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, Michael Katsidis outpointed Czar Amonsot over 12 rounds to retain his WBO ‘interim’ title.  
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2007-04-28 [[Juan Diaz]] w rtd 8 [[Acelino Freitas]], Foxwoods Resort & Casino, Ledyard, Connecticut, USA - WBA/WBO. Referee: Mike Ortega.  
  
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In a fight that was effectively contesting the ‘second tier’ WBA title, [[Prawet Singwangcha]] and [[Jose Miguel Cotto]] drew over 12 rounds at the Angel Espada Coliseum, Salinas, Puerto Rico on 11 May.
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On 21 July at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, Michael Katsidis outpointed Czar Amonsot over 12 rounds to retain his WBO ‘interim’ title.
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[[Category: 2007 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 13:29, 22 January 2012

2007-04-28 Juan Diaz w rtd 8 Acelino Freitas, Foxwoods Resort & Casino, Ledyard, Connecticut, USA - WBA/WBO. Referee: Mike Ortega.

In a fight that was effectively contesting the ‘second tier’ WBA title, Prawet Singwangcha and Jose Miguel Cotto drew over 12 rounds at the Angel Espada Coliseum, Salinas, Puerto Rico on 11 May.

On 21 July at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, Michael Katsidis outpointed Czar Amonsot over 12 rounds to retain his WBO ‘interim’ title.