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  Johnny Tapia vs. Cesar Soto (June 30, 2001)
Soto (53-10-3, 39 KO's) came out winging shots to open the round and just missed with an overhand right to the head in the opening seconds of the first.
Soto, 28 clearly stepped on Tapia's front foot as he was landing a blow.
Across the ring, Cesar Soto sat on his stool looking to the entire world like a hollow man. He was a former world champion, who was out of air, and out of time.
www.boxingtimes.com /analyses/2001/010630tapia_soto.html   (879 words)

  
 Cesar Soto vs. Jose Ayala (May 16, 1998)
Soto, 25, stayed with his same game plan in the third and fourth rounds, by trying to walk his man down and bang away at the body.
Soto came out quickly in the eighth round to take control of the fight, however, within seconds Ayala was back to moving, boxing, and frustrating the heavier puncher.
Soto looked like he was trying to catch up with a ghost until midway through the ninth round.
www.boxingtimes.com /analyses/1998/980516soto_ayala.html   (721 words)

  
 Cesar Soto vs. Luisito Espinosa (May 15, 1999)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Soto put pressure on Espinosa, Manila, Philippines, from the opening bell and continually scored with double and even triple left hooks.
Soto (53-7-2, 39 KO's) came out firing digging hooks in the opening moments of the first round and forced Espinosa (126, 1999) to retreat.
At the bell, Soto was quickly lifted aloft on the shoulders of his cornermen and paraded around the ring.
squaredcircle.com /boxingtimes/analyses/1999/990515soto_espinosa.html   (852 words)

  
 las vegas boxing - articles | lvboxing.com
Soto (127) took his time to evaluate his opponent, and probably gave away the first three rounds by allowing Figueroa to come forward and press the fight.
Soto decided he had his man figured out in the fourth round, and became more agressive, committing to hard punches.
Soto kept the pressure on in the 5th and 6th, scoring impressively with hard multiple jabs.
www.lvboxing.com /articles/soto22803me.htm   (1035 words)

  
 Cyber Boxing Zone -- Boxing Articles by BoyMayo
Soto offered little in return, although the second round saw his only seriously effective punch of the night when a long left hook caught Hamed leaning straight back.
Soto's cornermen immediately entered the ring, a move worthy of disqualification on it's own, and Grable was in the eye of a tornado of controversy.
Soto was down a half a dozen times on his own, and on several other occasions managed to pull Hamed down with him.
www.cyberboxingzone.com /boxingchronicle/articles_hamedsoto.html   (2056 words)

  
 Prince Naseem Hamed vs. Cesar Soto (October 22, 1999)
Pursuing Hamed across the ring, Soto was spun to the mat when he cornered the "Prince." Banging Soto with both hands in the 10th, Hamed was warned about trash talking by the ref.
The decision was unanimous for Hamed, judge Dario Chiarini 116 to 108, judge Mike Glienna 114 to 110, and judge Chuck Hassett 115 to 110.
Soto was more of a traditionalist with his fouling, employing headbutts, rabbit punching, and low blows.
www.boxingtimes.com /analyses/1999/991022hamed_soto.html   (1246 words)

  
 CNN/SI - Boxing - Hamed wrestles WBC title away - Saturday October 23, 1999 02:48 PM
Instead, he used a series of body slams and takedowns worthy of the WWF and won by unanimous decision over WBC titleholder Cesar Soto in their 12-round unification bout Friday night.
But Soto, who has never been knocked out, got Hamed's attention with a solid left hook early in the second round, followed by three more good lefts before the round was over.
Soto was pushed to the mat coming out of a clinch during the eighth round, and lost a point later in the round for a head butt.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /boxing/news/1999/10/22/hamed_soto_ap   (756 words)

  
 Gary Soto (b. 1952)
It is also useful to consider Soto among other contemporary poets whose sensibilities were shaped by the post-1960s struggles to improve the circumstances of minority groups and the poor.
On a broader level, Soto speaks passionately on behalf of tolerance and mutual respect while he denounces middle- and upper-class complacency and indifference to the poor.
Although Soto is a Chicano poet in that his Mexican-American heritage is a key aspect of his literary sensibility, he nevertheless aims for a wider audience.
www.georgetown.edu /faculty/bassr/heath/syllabuild/iguide/soto.html   (726 words)

  
 Fightnews New Mexico Boxing.com - Fight Results
Soto made it easier to score, by winning the fight by a wider margin—on nearly everyone’s cards but the three judges.
Soto slowed down in the fifth, as Roman bore on with a new intensity, throwing a high volume of punches while blocking a great deal of Soto’s counters with his gloves and arms.
Roman continued to dig into Soto’s body in the sixth and except for a solid left hook by Soto that stopped Roman in his tracks, the round went to the undefeated one.
www.newmexicoboxing.com /fights2006/12-juarez.html   (1619 words)

  
 César Chávez - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cesar Chavez (named after his grandfather): Cesario was born near Yuma, Arizona on March 31, 1927.
Cesar's father had agreed to clear 80 acres of land and add to the home in exchange for the deed to 40 acres of land.
Cesar went to San Jose where he met and was influenced by Father Donald McDonnell.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cesar_Chavez   (1654 words)

  
 Cesar Soto vs. Luisito Espinosa (May 15, 1999)
Soto returned to digging left hooks to the champion's liver in the 4th, and early in the round strayed south of the border.
Both warriors exchanged shots until the bell and the referee jumped between the fighters at the close of the round.
At the 2:20 mark of the tenth round, Espinosa landed again with a sharp counter hook to the jaw as Soto tried to cut the distance on the champion.
www.boxingtimes.com /analyses/1999/990515soto_espinosa.html   (860 words)

  
 Cyber Boxing Zone -- News
Soto, who was looking to add the WBO belt to his WBC hardware, showed up to survive.
Hamed’s vaunted punching power was not on display last night, and in fact, the only time Soto was hurt (and the only entertaining part of the bout), was when Hamed lifted up the WBC title holder and bodyslammed him in round five.
Soto’s display was a disgrace, and we hopefully won’t be hearing from him anytime soon.
www.cyberboxingzone.com /boxing/nazsoto.htm   (2939 words)

  
 BBC News | Sport | Hamed scraps to points win
Cesar Soto has never been knocked out in 11 years in the fight game, and in the first three rounds Hamed found it hard to break through to land any telling shots.
In the eighth Soto had a point deducted for use of the head, and Hamed landed some blows through the Mexican's defence.
But Soto, known to his fans as Cobrito or Little Cobra is known for his solid chin and has never been knocked out in his 62-fight career.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/sport/482998.stm   (494 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Tapia has Hamed, dollar signs in eyes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
By Joe Cavaretta, AP Johnny Tapia, left, of Albuquerque, N.M., knocked out Cesar Soto of Juarez, Mexico, at 2:47 in round three of their featherweight fight at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
Soto (53-10-3) had never been down in 65 prior bouts and had never been stopped until Tapia (No. 10 USA TODAY, 50-2-2, 27 KOs) unloaded a series of shots early in the third.
Soto landed a left as he accidentally stepped on Tapia's foot, which threw Tapia off balance.
www.usatoday.com /sports/boxing/stories/2001-06-30-tapia-soto.htm   (630 words)

  
 JOE LOUIS ARENA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Cesar Soto entered with calm and it seemed with detachment to all the fanfare going on around him.
Cesar with a plodding head down attack was able to get in on the Prince but was pushed back by the off balanced punches from Hamed.
Soto's nose is bleeding and he cannot throw more than one punch and then tie up.
www.insideboxing.com /Columnist/Watts_Report/joe_louis_arena.htm   (1287 words)

  
 BOXING MONTHLY - Article Three - December 1999
Soto’s promoter, Bob Arum, put the blame on Hamed and defied the media to name a worse fight, at this level, that they had seen.
There were no knockdowns, but, apart from being thrown down in the fifth, Soto was pushed to the floor in the sixth, eighth and 11th rounds although he was also holding on to Hamed each time, losing balance as the Prince leaned in.
Hamed was warned for holding, using the shoulder, using the heel of the glove and talking to his opponent, while Soto was reprimanded for elbowing, hitting on the break and boring in with his head.
www.boxing-monthly.co.uk /content/9912/three.htm   (2865 words)

  
 Dean's Boxing Predictions - 22 Oct 99   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Cesar Soto scored the decision and the title from Luis Espinoza last May (not as predicted).
This bout will prove that Cesar is a paper champion, as Prince Clownboy rushes him from weird angles and hits him like he's never been hit before.
He was caught all night with Soto's left hook, he fought dirty, and he didn't demonstrate to me championship caliber boxing one would expect from such a heralded pugilist.
users.ev1.net /~dpdomain/deansboxing/22oct99.htm   (1445 words)

  
 DefendAmerica News - Article
The detachment's mission is to dispose of unexploded ordnance on base to ensure the safety of the soldiers, said Sgt. Cesar Soto, 705th EOD.
U.S. Army Sgt. Cesar Soto, explosive ordnance team member, 709th Explosive Ordinance Detachment, tests blasting caps to ensure none are defective.
Soto also warns soldiers if they see something that looks like a UXO to call EOD.
www.defendamerica.mil /articles/jan2003/a010703b.html   (551 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Cesar Chavez: A Hero for Everyone (Milestone Books): Books: Gary Soto,Lori Lohstoeter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Cesar Chavez: A Struggle for Justice / Cesar Chavez: La lucha por la justicia by Richard Griswold del Castillo
Soto clearly shows how Chavez's outlook and determination were rooted in his boyhood experiences with poverty, injustice, and prejudice against Mexican Americans; he was later influenced by his meetings with activists and his admiration for pacifists.
Cesar Chavez, a migrant worker himself, was helping Mexican Americans work together for better wages, for better working conditions, for better lives.
www.amazon.com /Cesar-Chavez-Everyone-Milestone-Books/dp/0689859228   (1228 words)

  
 BLABBERMOUTH.NET - CESAR SOTO: Why I Left PISSING RAZORS
Former PISSING RAZORS guitarist Cesar Soto has attributed his departure from the group to "personal differences between myself and the current existing members of PR.
I heard soto is a queer anyway so its good he's out...
The accuracy of the information contained herein is neither confirmed nor guaranteed by Roadrunner Records, and the views and opinions of authors expressed on these pages do not necessarily state or reflect those of Roadrunner Records or its employees.
www.roadrunnerrecords.com /blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=7048   (511 words)

  
 Fightnews - Tapia vs. Soto
While the fight came out a draw, it was damn close and I had Soto ahead one or two rounds.
In October of ‘99 Soto went the distance in a wrestling match/fight with Prince Naseem Hamed.
While Soto does not have Tapia’s boxing skills, he’s got a chin and he’s got heart.
www.newmexicoboxing.com /cozzone/tapianews.html   (689 words)

  
 2000 American Division Champions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Cesar Soto threw the final three innings to preserve the win for Dunn and the Dodgers.
Soto was also hot with the stick and went 3-for-5 at the plate.
Albert Palma doubled twice and drove in three runs, while Cesar Sanchez reached base five times and scored four of the Dodgers runs.
www.pcbl.org /champions/00SummerAmerican/00sumamerchmps.html   (271 words)

  
 BBC News | SPORT | Hamed must relinquish crown
Prince Naseem Hamed is set to lose his WBC featherweight crown because of his refusal to relinquish the WBO title.
WBC president Jose Sulaiman says Hamed agreed to give up one of his belts within 15 days of beating then WBC champion Cesar Soto in Detroit last October.
He has yet to do so, and now Sulaiman has said the result of a formal vote on stripping Hamed will be announced when the Muslim month of fasting, Ramadan, is over next month.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/sport/564389.stm   (221 words)

  
 Cesar Cedeno | BaseballLibrary.com
Witnesses said that three men in the box seats had been loudly berating Cedeno's wife and making remarks about the 1973 incident in which he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for the accidental shooting death of a young woman in the Dominican Republic.
December 18, 1981: The Reds swap 3B Ray Knight to the Astros for OF Cesar Cedeno
August 17, 1982: Cincinnati's Mario Soto fans 15 Mets in a 9—2 victory to raise his league-leading total to 209.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/C/Cedeno_Cesar.stm   (723 words)

  
 Boxing News : Stowell : Castillo Ready to Take Another Swing
In contrast, Castillo has gone up against Cesar Soto, Jorge Paez, Mayweather, and Stevie Johnston.
In 2000 he won a 12-round majority decision against defending WBC lightweight champion Johnston in Bell Gardens, Calif. He would lose it two years later to Mayweather in a close fight that had a controversial decision.
He credits his mental outlook regained confidence to three-time world champion Julio Cesar Chavez, who Castillo worked with for five years as a sparring partner.
www.maxboxing.com /Stowell/Stowell021304.asp   (551 words)

  
 Blistering.com :: Music :: Heavy Metal & Hard Rock News :: Guitarist Cesar Soto Leaves Pissing Razors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Guitarist Cesar Soto has left Pissing Razors and has teamed up with fellow ex-PR members Joe Rodriguez (vocals) and Mat Lynch (guitar) in a new band called Fueled II Fire.
In a recent posting to the Fueled II Fire (formerly Wick=War=Burn) message board, Soto stated that "I just wanted to let the fans know that I have left [Pissing Razors].
Soto's exit from the group comes on the heels of the departure of frontman Jason Bragg, who was reported to have left due to "creative differences." Jason has since been replaced in the group by Andre Acosta.
www.blistering.com /news/newsdet.php3?ID=3842   (799 words)

  
 Still a Crazy Life for Johnny Tapia
When he takes on former World Boxing Council featherweight champion Cesar Soto this Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, he comes in with a 'new' promoter (as he is under the Don King banner once again) and a new face in the corner, former WBC welterweight king Buddy McGirt.
This Saturday at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, you're going to be taking on Cesar Soto.
You know Soto that is a former world champion, but most people are thinking of this as a tune-up fight.
www.maxboxing.com /Kim/kim062501.asp   (988 words)

  
 ESPN.com: BOXING - Max: Barrera favored, but Tapia has a shot
It is true that even as a 115-pounder Tapia was not a big banger, and he has moved up three weight divisions.
But in his first significant fight as a featherweight he stopped Cesar Soto (who the mighty Naseem Hamed could not faze) in the third round.
Marco Antonio is renowned for his body attack, but he himself was badly hurt to the body against Morales in their last fight.
espn.go.com /boxing/columns/kellerman_max/1452581.html   (593 words)

  
 Boxing News -- Fightnews.com : EEyVyyEEEuXlTLIgow   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Another controversy tonight at the Poliforo in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico: In a rematch for Juarez supremacy, super bantam prospect Miguel "Mickey Mouse" Roman (19-0, 13 KOs) won a second controversial decision over former champ Cesar "Cobrita" Soto (56-18-3, 40 KOs).
Soto took command in the first three, but Roman evened things out by the end of the sixth.
From the seventh on, Soto showed his experience, outboxing Roman down the stretch—unfortunately for him, the judges saw a different fight, scoring it for Roman 96-94 on all cards.
www.fightnews.com /fightnews_2/headlines/EEyVyyEEEuXlTLIgow.html   (171 words)

  
 CNN/SI - Boxing - Hamed predicts knockout over Soto - Wednesday October 20, 1999 08:25 PM
DETROIT (AP) -- Cesar Soto has never been knocked out.
Hamed, the flamboyant WBO featherweight champion, will face the WBC titleholder and 11-year veteran Soto in a 12-round unification bout Friday night at Joe Louis Arena.
"I know Naseem Hamed is a great champion," Soto, a Mexican, said through an interpreter.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /boxing/news/1999/10/20/hamed_soto_ap   (470 words)

  
 Cesar casino   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Cesar's across the street and next door to the Flamingo.
Cesar's Palace in San Pedro Sula, not a full casino, but has video poker, slot machines and a variety of select, auto and carton bingo.
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