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June 29, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Joey Gamache stopped Jerry N'Gobeni of South Africa in the 10th round to win the World Boxing Assn. junior lightweight championship at Lewiston, Me. Gamache, 25, knocked N'Gobeni down with a left-right combination to the face in the ninth round, then followed with a flurry of punches in the 10th that drove the South African down for a second time. Vlademar Schmidt stopped the bout at 2:23 and Gamache was proclaimed the victor. Gamache is 25-0 with 15 knockouts.
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October 13, 1996 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eight rounds of slow and steady punishment ended in a deafening roar and 45 seconds of toe-to-toe thunder. By the end of it Saturday night, Joey Gamache was stumbling and gasping for air, his eyes barely visible through the blood and bruises, and Julio Cesar Chavez was celebrating as hardily as his tired body would allow.
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October 25, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Tony (the Tiger) Lopez stopped undefeated Joey Gamache 40 seconds into the 11th round Saturday at Portland, Me., to win the World Boxing Assn. lightweight title that Gamache held only four months. Lopez, trailing on points, slowed Gamache, 26, in the 10th round before unleashing a series of overhand combinations that sent Gamache onto the ropes and down for the first time in his career.
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September 20, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Oscar De La Hoya's injured shoulder was bad news for Southland boxing fans who planned to go to Las Vegas, but it turned into good news for fans who want to see Julio Cesar Chavez fight in person. Chavez's bout against Joey Gamache, which was scheduled to be on the undercard of De La Hoya's Oct. 12 fight against Miguel Angel Gonzalez, will headline a card at the Pond of Anaheim on that date.
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October 13, 1996 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eight rounds of slow and steady punishment ended in a deafening roar and 45 seconds of toe-to-toe thunder. By the end of it Saturday night, Joey Gamache was stumbling and gasping for air, his eyes barely visible through the blood and bruises, and Julio Cesar Chavez was celebrating as hardily as his tired body would allow.
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September 20, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Oscar De La Hoya's injured shoulder was bad news for Southland boxing fans who planned to go to Las Vegas, but it turned into good news for fans who want to see Julio Cesar Chavez fight in person. Chavez's bout against Joey Gamache, which was scheduled to be on the undercard of De La Hoya's Oct. 12 fight against Miguel Angel Gonzalez, will headline a card at the Pond of Anaheim on that date.
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June 25, 1991 | RICH TOSCHES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Brothers Gabriel and Rafael Ruelas of Arleta, both in line for possible world title fights later this year, will fight in scheduled 10-round bouts tonight at the Country Club in Reseda. Gabriel, 20, will be making only his second appearance since he suffered a broken right elbow during a bout in April of 1990. After two operations, he came back June 1 at Palm Springs and hammered out a 10-round unanimous decision over Pedro Mendoza of Mexico.
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September 4, 1996 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite a recent warrant issued for his arrest in Mexico for alleged tax fraud, Julio Cesar Chavez is not expected to miss his scheduled bout in Las Vegas on Oct. 12. Chavez, who is believed to be in Los Angeles, is slated to earn $1.5 million for his fight against Joey Gamache at Caesars Palace on the undercard of the Oscar De La Hoya-Miguel Angel Gonzalez fight, a figure that could be used to pay off the $1.4 million the Mexican government believes Chavez owes.
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December 11, 1994 | From Associated Press
Julio Cesar Chavez methodically pounded challenger Tony Lopez to retain his World Boxing Council super-lightweight championship Saturday night at Monterrey, Mexico, when the referee stopped the fight in the 10th round. Dr. Romeo Garcia Benavides halted the fight at 1:41 of the round because the challenger from Sacramento was bleeding over both eyes. It was Chavez's 93rd victory against only one loss and one draw.
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October 12, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He has heard the talk and read the stories, but Julio Cesar Chavez says he's not finished as a fighter. "It's a fact that you all say I'm all finished by the way you've all been attacking me," Chavez said through an interpreter during a news conference this week to promote his super-lightweight fight against Joey Gamache tonight at the Pond of Anaheim. "I think this Saturday you will talk good about me. This Saturday, you will make a decision whether I still have it.
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October 25, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Tony (the Tiger) Lopez stopped undefeated Joey Gamache 40 seconds into the 11th round Saturday at Portland, Me., to win the World Boxing Assn. lightweight title that Gamache held only four months. Lopez, trailing on points, slowed Gamache, 26, in the 10th round before unleashing a series of overhand combinations that sent Gamache onto the ropes and down for the first time in his career.
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June 29, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Joey Gamache stopped Jerry N'Gobeni of South Africa in the 10th round to win the World Boxing Assn. junior lightweight championship at Lewiston, Me. Gamache, 25, knocked N'Gobeni down with a left-right combination to the face in the ninth round, then followed with a flurry of punches in the 10th that drove the South African down for a second time. Vlademar Schmidt stopped the bout at 2:23 and Gamache was proclaimed the victor. Gamache is 25-0 with 15 knockouts.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 13, 1992 | STEVEN HERBERT
The NBA wraps up weekend play for the season, major league baseball returns to CBS and gymnastics and boxing conduct their U.S. Olympic trials on an event-filled sports television weekend. * Pro Basketball: The Chicago Bulls and Portland Trail Blazers begin Game 6 of the NBA Finals at 4 p.m. Sunday on NBC (Channels 4, 36 and 39). * Baseball: CBS (Channels 2 and 8) airs its first major league game since May 2, when the Dodgers visit the Cincinnati Reds today at 10 a.m.
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