Beaten to the draw

Nack, William
September 1993
Sports Illustrated;9/20/93, Vol. 79 Issue 12, p14
Argues that, although Pernell Whitaker outboxed Julio Cesar Chavez in a bout in September, 1993, the judges denied him the win. Whitaker's boxing exhibition as a tactical and technical virtuosity; Details of the fight; Discussion of how Dan Duva, Whitaker's promoter, could have yielded so thoroughly to Don King and the WBC in the selection of judges; More.


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