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February 12, 1989
Rene Jacquot gave France its first world boxing championship since 1959, scoring a unanimous decision over Donald Curry for the World Boxing Council super-welterweight title Saturday night at Grenoble, France. Backed by the cheers of a hometown crowd of 6,000, Jacquot overcame a slow start to score a clear victory over Curry, who tired as the 12-round bout progressed.
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February 12, 1989
Rene Jacquot gave France its first world boxing championship since 1959, scoring a unanimous decision over Donald Curry for the World Boxing Council super-welterweight title Saturday night at Grenoble, France. Backed by the cheers of a hometown crowd of 6,000, Jacquot overcame a slow start to score a clear victory over Curry, who tired as the 12-round bout progressed.
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November 11, 1988
Donald Curry will defend his World Boxing Council super-welterweight title against Rene Jacquot of France in a bout tentatively set for February in France.
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December 27, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Former two-time world champion Donald Curry of Ft. Worth, Tex., stopped Brett Lally of Detroit in the second round of their scheduled 10-round junior middleweight bout Tuesday night. Curry dropped Lally with a right early in the second round. After Lally took the mandatory eight-count, Curry landed two left hooks before referee Richard Steele stopped the bout 41 seconds into the round.
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June 21, 1991 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Boxer Terry Norris' manager and promoter Dan Goosen are expected to cement a deal within 48 hours that would bring Norris to the Sports Arena Aug. 17 to fight Brett Lally. "I think it's time for Terry to fight in San Diego," said Joe Sayatovich, Norris' manager. "Hopefully, the deal will be done by (Friday) morning." Norris grew up in Texas, but trains in Campo. Goosen, who promoted Norris' last fight against Donald Curry in Palm Springs, said negotiations could be completed today.
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February 13, 1991 | DAVE DISTEL
Nine hundred ninety-nine out of 1,000 television viewers tuned in to Terry Norris' fight with Sugar Ray Leonard last Saturday night undoubtedly thought they were tuned in to Sugar Ray Leonard's fight with Terry Norris. They could, of course, be excused for this lapse. Any fight involving Sugar Ray would be a Sugar Ray fight. That was the way it had seemingly been since the "other" Sugar Ray retired.
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August 15, 1991 | DAVE DISTEL
You know how all the hype and hoopla around a major boxing match can be. The more glitz, the better. If the fight is any fight at all, workouts have to be conducted in hotels with fountains and doormen and sweeping staircases. The ring has to be in a ballroom with chandeliers. You don't find such things in San Diego. The hotels are there, to be sure, but the boxing matches are not.
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August 17, 1991 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Someone finally recognized Terry Norris in San Diego, but it didn't count. Couldn't remember his name. Terry Something. Seems the boxer from rural San Diego County who fought Sugar Ray Leonard in New York has since learned he had garnered only fortune. "One day at the Del Mar Fairgrounds this summer," he said, "I was taking my 12-year-old niece on a ride when I saw this teen-ager talking to his girlfriend. I heard him say: 'That's the guy who beat Sugar Ray Leonard!' " Terry Something.
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August 17, 1991 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Someone finally recognized Terry Norris in San Diego, but it didn't count. Couldn't remember his name. Terry Something. Seems the boxer from rural San Diego County who fought Sugar Ray Leonard in New York has since learned he had garnered only fortune. "One day at the Del Mar Fairgrounds this summer," he said, "I was taking my 12-year-old niece on a ride when I saw this teen-ager talking to his girlfriend. I heard him say: 'That's the guy who beat Sugar Ray Leonard!' " Terry Something.
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