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FOR MEXICO (AND THE WORLD)
Pat Putnam
April 27, 1970
The world title was at stake when Ruben Olivares beat Chucho Castillo, but as far as the bantamweights and their compatriots were concerned the fight decided who was the best little man in Mexico
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April 27, 1970

For Mexico (and The World)

The world title was at stake when Ruben Olivares beat Chucho Castillo, but as far as the bantamweights and their compatriots were concerned the fight decided who was the best little man in Mexico

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There wasn't. Which, no doubt, means a rematch. "And he can have it," said Olivares. "He's a good tough fighter and he gave me my toughest fight." But he has to add, "He was in the supercondition of his life. That's what held him up. And he'll never again be able to get into that kind of condition."

There he goes again.

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