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Leonard retains title over punchless Duran

Updated: December 6, 2000, 2:10 PM ET
By Larry Schwartz | Special to ESPN.com

Dec. 7, 1989

After the rubber match, it's the fans and media who are crying "No Mas." In a boring 12-rounder in which Roberto Duran shows little inclination to fight, Sugar Ray Leonard dances and jabs his way to a unanimous decision in retaining his WBC super middleweight title in Las Vegas.

At 38, Duran appears to have neither heart nor "hands of stone." He connects on only 14 percent of his punches, just 84 of 588. Only one does any damage, a right that cuts Leonard's ...

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