2008-11-21 Celestino Caballero w rsc 4 Steve Molitor, Rama Casino, Orillia, Ontario, Canada - WBA/IBF

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2008-11-21 [[Celestino Caballero]] w rsc 4 [[Steve Molitor]], Rama Casino, Orillia, Ontario, Canada - WBA/IBF. Referee: Luis Pabon. After beating Molitor, the WBA moved Caballero into the position of ‘super’ champion to enable a ‘second tier’ title fight to take place between Ricardo Cordoba and Bernard Dunne at the O2 Arena, Dublin, Ireland on 21 March. Taking full advantage of being given the chance to fight on home turf, Dunne won when the referee stopped the contest at 2.52 of the 11th round after the Panamanian southpaw had been dropped three times by crushing left hooks. 
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2008-11-21 [[Celestino Caballero]] w rsc 4 [[Steve Molitor]], Rama Casino, Orillia, Ontario, Canada - WBA/IBF. Referee: Luis Pabon.  
  
[[Category: 2008 Junior Featherweight Title Contests]]
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After beating Molitor, the WBA moved Caballero into the position of ‘super’ champion to enable a ‘second tier’ title fight to take place between [[Ricardo Cordoba]] and [[Bernard Dunne]] at the O2 Arena, Dublin, Ireland on 21 March. Taking full advantage of being given the chance to fight on home turf, Dunne won when the referee stopped the contest at 2.52 of the 11th round after the Panamanian southpaw had been dropped three times by crushing left hooks. 
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[[Category: 2008 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Featherweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Featherweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 22:10, 9 January 2012

2008-11-21 Celestino Caballero w rsc 4 Steve Molitor, Rama Casino, Orillia, Ontario, Canada - WBA/IBF. Referee: Luis Pabon.

After beating Molitor, the WBA moved Caballero into the position of ‘super’ champion to enable a ‘second tier’ title fight to take place between Ricardo Cordoba and Bernard Dunne at the O2 Arena, Dublin, Ireland on 21 March. Taking full advantage of being given the chance to fight on home turf, Dunne won when the referee stopped the contest at 2.52 of the 11th round after the Panamanian southpaw had been dropped three times by crushing left hooks.

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