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Old 08-25-2012, 11:44 AM   #31
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Default Re: Wilfred Benitez vs. Nicolino Locche 'June 6, 1976'

Benitez was fresher, naturally bigger (didn't mean much against Locche at his best but here? Means a lot IMO) and as he carried his power up to 11 stone he'd be the harder puncher here as well (again, didn't mean a huge amount against Locche at his best as Hernandez found out after dropping him but in terms of eye catching work and an aged Locche, means more IMO) so I'd expect Benitez to do the better work in a pretty dull fight but one that would provide enough work of interest for the aficionados.
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Old 08-25-2012, 01:11 PM   #32
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Default Re: Wilfred Benitez vs. Nicolino Locche 'June 6, 1976'

Flea Man,,,,,,

Take a 'peak' at Wilfred versus Harold Weston (February 2, 1977)

He did virtually nothing, except for a few 'flashes of brilliance', he pitty-patted
to an 'undeserved' 10-Round Draw.

Nicolino was 'better' defensively than 'Baby Harold', and the power was equal, which
was 'minimal' at best.

I hate to say it, but in June 1976 'El Intocable' eeks one out over 'The Wunderkind',
in something like {4-3} with '8' even rounds.

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