CHAVEZ, JULIO CESAR-FRANKIE RANDALL II OFFICIAL PROGRAM (1994-SIGNED BY NORRIS, LEIJA, BROWN & JACKSON))
JO Sports Inc.
HISTORY: On January 29, 1994 world light welterweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez suffered the first loss of his career to Frankie Randall who also took his title. Chavez got a rematch on May 7 of the same year and regained the title from Randall on an eight-round technical split decision. As before, a deducted point played in the outcome of the fight. Chavez was injured in an accidental clash of heads and unable to continue. Randall was deducted a point for the incident. Judge Dalby Shirley's scorecard read 76-75 for Chavez; with judge Ray Solis having Chavez winning by a 77-74 margin on his card and judge Tamotsu Tomihara had the fight 76-75 in Randall's favor. On the undercard Gerald McClellan stopped Julian Jackson in the first round of their middleweight title clash and Terry Norris won a unanimous decision over Simon Brown. Offered here is an original, official program for this event.
FULL DESCRIPTION: This is an original, official program picturing Chavez on the cover. 56 pages complete including covers. No center crease. Tight binding. Not scored. Some interior pages creased in upper right corner. Signed inside the program by Julian Jackson, Jesse James Leija, Terry Norris and Simon Brown. 9" x 12."