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2010-01-30 [[Roman Gonzalez]] w rsc 4 [[Ivan Meneses]], Siglo XX1 Auditorium, Puebla, Mexico - WBA. Referee: Robert Hoyle.  
 
2010-01-30 [[Roman Gonzalez]] w rsc 4 [[Ivan Meneses]], Siglo XX1 Auditorium, Puebla, Mexico - WBA. Referee: Robert Hoyle.  
  
After Gonzalez handed the WBA belt in on 8 October in order to fight at a higher weight, [[Sammy Gutierrez]] won the vacant WBA ‘interim’ title when he stopped [[Luis Carrillo]] in the third round of their contest at the San Damian Gym, San Martin Texmeluca, Mexico on 23 October.
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After Gonzalez handed the WBA belt in on 8 October in order to fight at a higher weight, [[Kwanthai Sithmorseng]] and [[Pigmy Kokietgym]] were matched to find a successor.  
  
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That was followed by [[Sammy Gutierrez]] winning the vacant WBA ‘interim’ title when he stopped [[Luis Carrillo]] in the third round of their contest at the San Damian Gym, San Martin Texmeluca, Mexico on 23 October.
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[[Category: 2010 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Mini Flyweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Mini Flyweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 11:27, 23 September 2012

2010-01-30 Roman Gonzalez w rsc 4 Ivan Meneses, Siglo XX1 Auditorium, Puebla, Mexico - WBA. Referee: Robert Hoyle.

After Gonzalez handed the WBA belt in on 8 October in order to fight at a higher weight, Kwanthai Sithmorseng and Pigmy Kokietgym were matched to find a successor.

That was followed by Sammy Gutierrez winning the vacant WBA ‘interim’ title when he stopped Luis Carrillo in the third round of their contest at the San Damian Gym, San Martin Texmeluca, Mexico on 23 October.