Difference between revisions of "Manuel Gonzalez vs. Dario Hidalgo (2nd meeting)"

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"Manny Gonzalez, 147, narrowly defeated Dario Hidalgo, 149, on a split decision in their 10 round boxing match at the Coliseum. There was a chorus of boos from the crowd of 3,000 as the result was announced. Boos echoed earlier in the 7th round when Gonzalez almost turned his back and walked away after Hidalgo connected with what appeared to be a fair left-right combination. One judge scored it for Gonzalez 97-94 and the other for Hidalgo by the same margin. Referee Earl Keel's 97-96 vote for Gonzalez decided it." -Associated press
 
"Manny Gonzalez, 147, narrowly defeated Dario Hidalgo, 149, on a split decision in their 10 round boxing match at the Coliseum. There was a chorus of boos from the crowd of 3,000 as the result was announced. Boos echoed earlier in the 7th round when Gonzalez almost turned his back and walked away after Hidalgo connected with what appeared to be a fair left-right combination. One judge scored it for Gonzalez 97-94 and the other for Hidalgo by the same margin. Referee Earl Keel's 97-96 vote for Gonzalez decided it." -Associated press
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Scorecards
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*Referee Earl Keel - 97-95 Gonzalez
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*Judge Ernie Taylor - 97-94 Gonzalez
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*Judge Jimmy Webb - 97-94 Hidalgo
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Unofficial scorecards
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*Ring Magazine - 96-95 Gonzalez
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*Houston Chronicle - 96-95 Gonzalez
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*Houston Post - 97-94 Hidalgo

Latest revision as of 02:07, 17 February 2013

1969-07-15 : Manuel Gonzalez 147 lbs beat Dario Hidalgo 149 lbs by SD in round 10 of 10

  • Location: Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, Texas, USA
  • Referee: Earl Keel 97-96
  • 94-97 97-94

"Manny Gonzalez, 147, narrowly defeated Dario Hidalgo, 149, on a split decision in their 10 round boxing match at the Coliseum. There was a chorus of boos from the crowd of 3,000 as the result was announced. Boos echoed earlier in the 7th round when Gonzalez almost turned his back and walked away after Hidalgo connected with what appeared to be a fair left-right combination. One judge scored it for Gonzalez 97-94 and the other for Hidalgo by the same margin. Referee Earl Keel's 97-96 vote for Gonzalez decided it." -Associated press

Scorecards

  • Referee Earl Keel - 97-95 Gonzalez
  • Judge Ernie Taylor - 97-94 Gonzalez
  • Judge Jimmy Webb - 97-94 Hidalgo


Unofficial scorecards

  • Ring Magazine - 96-95 Gonzalez
  • Houston Chronicle - 96-95 Gonzalez
  • Houston Post - 97-94 Hidalgo