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May 22, 1989
Jorge Paez of Mexico retained his International Boxing Federation featherweight title in a 12-round draw with hometown favorite Louie Espinoza in Phoenix.
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April 8, 1990 | From Associated Press
Jorge Paez, who escaped with a draw the last time he fought Louie Espinoza, rallied in the last half of the fight Saturday to win a 12-round split decision over Espinoza and retain his International Boxing Federation featherweight title. Paez, winning for the second consecutive time by split decision, successfully defended his 126-pound title for the seventh time. Paez took six of the last seven rounds on the cards of two judges to beat Espinoza.
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April 8, 1990 | From Associated Press
Jorge Paez, who escaped with a draw the last time he fought Louie Espinoza, rallied in the last half of the fight Saturday to win a 12-round split decision over Espinoza and retain his International Boxing Federation featherweight title. Paez, winning for the second consecutive time by split decision, successfully defended his 126-pound title for the seventh time. Paez took six of the last seven rounds on the cards of two judges to beat Espinoza.
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May 22, 1989
Jorge Paez of Mexico retained his International Boxing Federation featherweight title in a 12-round draw with hometown favorite Louie Espinoza in Phoenix.
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June 18, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Louie Espinoza of Phoenix knocked out Moises Urbina of Long Beach in the seventh round of a scheduled 10-round featherweight bout at the Forum. Espinoza, a former World Boxing Assn. junior featherweight champion, improved his record to 41-4-2 with 35 knockouts. Urbina is 15-4 with seven knockouts.
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July 9, 1990
Unbeaten Mario Gaston of Argentina and Quincy Taylor of Dallas will meet in a 12-round bout at the Forum tonight. They're fighting for the super-welterweight title of the Forum's boxing tournament and the $75,000 purse that goes with it. Gaston is 23-0 overall and 2-0 in the tournament. He started with a decision over Rollin Williams in March, then knocked out Elio Diaz in April. Taylor (13-1) decisioned Gilbert Baptist and Tomas Perez.
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January 31, 1986
Mario Martinez, the World Boxing Council's No. 4 junior-lightweight contender, scored a 10th-round knockout over Lenny Valdez Thursday night at the Olympic Auditorium. Martinez, 130, of Mexico, quickly pressed Valdez, 131, also of Mexico, landing counterpunches, hooks and crosses to his head and body, and was well ahead after six rounds. Valdez then rallied briefly, but Martinez regained command, and referee Marty Denkin stopped the bout at 2:47 of the 10th.
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September 27, 1988 | RICH TOSCHES
Jesus Poll, the North American Boxing Federation super bantamweight champion who failed a mandatory state neurological examination four times during the summer and was banned from boxing in California, will return to the ring tonight after passing a similar exam last month. Poll, a Venezuelan living in North Hollywood and training at the Ten Goose Boxing Club, will fight Allan Makitoki of Stockton in a scheduled 10-round bout at the Country Club in Reseda.
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