WOW, fantastic matchup. This is up there with Monzon vs. Hagler, or Gene Tunney vs. Billy Conn. My best answer is I dont know.
Tortuga - "Jofre easily" (Have you seen films of Pep in action?) "better if he was vs. Sandy Saddler" - You do realize ,as Blogbaba mentioned, "Sandy got Pep at the right time", That it was after the fact Pep had been in a plane crash and suffered a broken back, and from what I understand, one leg was slightly shorter than the other due to the injury. Not quite a prime Pep. And even
after the fact, still boxed circles around most. There is none in boxing history who would ever have it easy with Pep in his weight class.
I agree with Gannoway, and Blogbaba. On one hand we have the ultimate dancing master, a defensive wizard. Ali could really move and shuffle, but next to Pep he looked like a drunken robot. Mayweather is quick and very adept at avoiding punches, but next to Pep, he looked like drying cement. Thats how good Pep was. On the other hand Jofre is one of the best in history. Nat Fleischer (Who had seen them all) rated Eder on the level as Sugar Ray Robinson.That say's something. Jofre could brawl and beat the best. Jofre could box and beat the best. Eder could do it all. He was one of the most complete packages in a boxer.He had a very unique gift in being able to adapt to any situation, style and fighter. The question is could he have adapted to the also unique Pep? Speed and mobility - Pep. Power and ring generalship - Jofre.
15 round draw.