Regular price $165.00

On March 1, 1975 at the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles WBC Featherweight Champion Bobby Chacon defended his title against Jesus "Papelero" Estrada in the main event. Chacon dominated and knocked Estrada out in the 2nd round. "Bobby Chacon retained his WBC featherweight championship Saturday night in lightning-like fashion, knocking out Mexico's Jesus "Papelero" Estrada in the 2nd round of their scheduled 15 round title fight. Chacon knocked down Estrada twice in the 2nd round and referee John Thomas didn't even bother to count the second time. Thomas signaled the end after Estrada went down from a barrage of Chacon rights and lefts near a neutral corner with only 34 seconds remaining in the round. Chacon had his opponent down the first time on a vicious right hand to the head after the fighters had exchanged punches in Chacon's corner." - United Press International. Attendance - 10,400 (capacity). Gate - $134,615.00. Chacon's purse - $57,000, Estrada's purse - $7,500. This bout had been postponed 3 weeks due to Chacon catching the flu. Chacon stated after this fight that he was considering a title defense against either Ruben Olivares, David Kotey or Yambito Blanco. Post fight comment: "He was the fastest thing I have seen on two feet. I thought I had him, but I didn't." -Jesus Estrada. Offered here is an original, official program for this event.
This is an original, 4 page, official program with graphic depictions of the fighters on the cover. Tight binding. Some discoloration from aging. One undercard fight neatly scored inside. Some writing on back cover, otherwise clean. Mild creasing. No tears. 8 1/2" x 11." Scarce, the first we have offered.

Size: 8 1/2 x 11

Condition: very good