Ruben Olivares vs. Rafael Herrera

By Boxing News on March 19, 2014
Ruben Olivares vs. Rafael Herrera
Ruben Olivares was 68-3-1. Herrera was 42-5-3. The fight was scheduled for 15 rounds.

On March 19, 1972 at El Toreo de Cuatro Caminos in Mexico City, Mexico, longtime WBC/WBA bantamweight champion Ruben Olivares, from Mexico City, fought NABF bantamweight champion Rafael Herrera, from Jalisco, Mexico, in the first of their two fights. Olivares was 68-3-1 coming in. Herrera was 42-5-3. The fight was scheduled for 15 rounds…

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  1. ray fritz 01:41pm, 03/20/2013

    You know Barkley/Hearns was a great upset both times!!Styles ha ha ,like Norton/Ali!! Duran /Barkley was great,at least I picked one right for the year

  2. ray fritz 09:03am, 03/20/2013

    As banty Ruben great, only live bantam greater Jofre wow what a fight with him Medel. Medel was tough as nails! Rose,Pimentel just a notch lower.

  3. ray fritz 09:00am, 03/20/2013

    Ruben was great, never ducked anyone, he and Napoles made Forum boxing in Inglewood

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