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November 14, 1989
World Boxing Assn. junior middleweight champion Julian Jackson of the Virgin Islands has undergone surgery to reattach a retina and will be unable to defend his title Saturday against Troy Wortham.
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April 11, 1992 | From Associated Press
Julio Cesar Chavez retained his World Boxing Council junior welterweight title Friday with a fifth-round knockout of Angel Hernandez of Puerto Rico. It was the 80th victory without a loss and 69th by knockout for Chavez, 29, of Mexico. In another title fight, Akinobu Hiranaka of Japan knocked out Puerto Rico's Edwin Rosario in less than two minutes of the first round to win the World Boxing Assn. junior welterweight title.
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November 14, 1989
World Boxing Assn. junior middleweight champion Julian Jackson of the Virgin Islands has undergone surgery to reattach a retina and will be unable to defend his title Saturday against Troy Wortham.
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April 11, 1992 | From Associated Press
Julio Cesar Chavez retained his World Boxing Council junior welterweight title Friday with a fifth-round knockout of Angel Hernandez of Puerto Rico. It was the 80th victory without a loss and 69th by knockout for Chavez, 29, of Mexico. In another title fight, Akinobu Hiranaka of Japan knocked out Puerto Rico's Edwin Rosario in less than two minutes of the first round to win the World Boxing Assn. junior welterweight title.
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February 6, 1992 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Before Tom Lasorda was roasted by the Friars Club the other night at the Beverly Hilton, he was questioned by reporters about a report that this might be his last year as Dodger manager. . . . "Nothing has changed," Lasorda said. "I feel great now. If I feel the same way next year and Peter O'Malley wants me back, I'll be back. If he thinks someone else can do a better job, fine. The decision will be his.". . . .
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November 25, 1990 | Associated Press
Julian Jackson knocked out Herol Graham of Britain in the fourth round Saturday night to win the vacant World Boxing Council middleweight championship. Graham, the British middleweight champion, dominated the first three rounds, scoring with a variety of combinations and frustrating Jackson, who was missing wildly. But midway through the fourth round, when it appeared Graham (34-3) was in control, Jackson suddenly floored Graham with a short right hand.
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August 2, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Julio Cesar Chavez and Hector Camacho scored easy victories Saturday night in Las Vegas to set up their showdown on Sept. 12. Chavez (81-0) successfully defended his World Boxing Council super-lightweight title with a fourth-round technical knockout over Frankie Mitchell of Philadelphia. Referee Mills Lane stopped the bout with 56 seconds remaining in the fourth round. Mitchell fell to 29-2 with 13 knockouts.
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August 7, 1993 | Associated Press
Gerald McClellan recorded the fastest knockout in title fight history Friday night when he defended his World Boxing Council middleweight belt in 20 seconds against Jay Bell. At the sound of the bell, the fighters took a look at each other and McClellan landed a powerful left hook to the kidneys, which immediately sent Bell to the canvas. Bell never got up and was attended by ringside doctors for a few minutes. "I wanted to look to the body," McClellan said.
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