Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Roberto Durán II

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Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Roberto Durán II, also known as the No Más Fight, was a boxing match which took place on November 25, 1980, at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, United States.wikipedia
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Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Roberto Durán II, also known as the No Más Fight, was a boxing match which took place on November 25, 1980, at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, United States.
Leonard–Durán II, also known as the No Más Fight, took place on November 25, 1980 at the Louisiana Superdome.

Octavio Meyran

In the closing seconds of the eighth round, Durán turned his back to Leonard and quit, waving his glove and apparently saying to referee Octavio Meyran, "No más" ("No more" in Spanish).
During his career Meyran officiated at over twenty world title fights including the No Más fight between Roberto Durán and Sugar Ray Leonard in 1980, Wilfredo Gómez's WBC Featherweight title-winning match against Juan Laporte, Gomez's loss in his first defense of that title to Azumah Nelson, and Buster Douglas' upset win over Mike Tyson in 1990.

Sugar Ray Leonard

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Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Durán had first fought on June 20, 1980, in Montreal.

Roberto Durán

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Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Durán had first fought on June 20, 1980, in Montreal.

Bolo punch

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Late in the round, winding up his right hand, as if to throw a bolo punch, Leonard snapped out a left jab and caught Durán flush in the face.
Three of the most famous cases of a fighter using the bolo punch were when Leonard avenged his loss to Roberto Durán in "The No Más Fight", when Leonard drew with Thomas Hearns in their second fight, and when Ike Ibeabuchi knocked out Chris Byrd with a left-handed bolo punch during their 1999 heavyweight contest.

Hands of Stone

Both the first fight between Duran and Leonard and this bout are featured prominently in Hands of Stone, a 2016 biopic about Duran.
In November 1980, Durán and Leonard face at the ring for the second time, this time the venue is in New Orleans.

Boxing

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Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Roberto Durán II, also known as the No Más Fight, was a boxing match which took place on November 25, 1980, at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, United States.

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Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Roberto Durán II, also known as the No Más Fight, was a boxing match which took place on November 25, 1980, at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, United States.

Montreal

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Sugar Ray Leonard and Roberto Durán had first fought on June 20, 1980, in Montreal.

World Boxing Council

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Leonard was defending the World Boxing Council (WBC) Welterweight Championship for the second time.

Howard Cosell

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He blamed the broadcaster Howard Cosell for coming up with it and claiming he said it.

Panama

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Durán's stature in his home country, Panama, took a dramatic dive after the fight.

Davey Moore (boxer, born 1959)

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On June 16, 1983, Durán's 32nd birthday, he knocked out undefeated Davey Moore in the eighth round to win the WBA Junior Middleweight Championship.

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On June 16, 1983, Durán's 32nd birthday, he knocked out undefeated Davey Moore in the eighth round to win the WBA Junior Middleweight Championship.

Las Vegas Valley

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Leonard and Durán fought a third and final time on December 7, 1989, in Las Vegas, with Leonard retaining the WBC Super Middleweight Championship in a lopsided twelve-round unanimous decision.

30 for 30

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The fight - along with the Leonard/Durán rivalry in the 1980s - was highlighted in the 30 for 30 episode No Más from 2013.

United States

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Within hours, commercials featuring Durán (in both Panama and the United States) were ordered off the air.

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Thomas Hearns

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He lost it to Roberto Durán by a close decision in June 1980 and regained it five months later in the infamous No Más Fight, in which Duran quit in the eighth round.

Vic Darchinyan

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By the 8th round, Sikali took a combination body and head shots and turned away in a 'No Mas' fashion, prompting referee Pete Podgorski to step in and wave it off.