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1970-03-20 Chartchai Chionoi w pts 15 Efren Torres, National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Arthur Mercante. Scorecards: 145-141, 148-142, 147-144. In command for most of the fight, Chionoi (112) surprised many with his speed and punch variety and was good value for his title-winning performance. Although there were no knockdowns, Torres (112) was badly hurt on occasion and from the fourth round bled from a cut above the left eye.
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1970-03-20 [[Chartchai Chionoi]] w pts 15 [[Efren Torres]], National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Arthur Mercante. Scorecards: 145-141, 148-142, 147-144. In command for most of the fight, Chionoi (112) surprised many with his speed and punch variety, being good value for his title-winning performance. Although there were no knockdowns, Torres (112), bleeding from a cut above the left eye from the fourth onwards, had to sustain some heavy blows before making it to the final bell.
  
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1970-03-20 Chartchai Chionoi w pts 15 Efren Torres, National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Arthur Mercante. Scorecards: 145-141, 148-142, 147-144. In command for most of the fight, Chionoi (112) surprised many with his speed and punch variety, being good value for his title-winning performance. Although there were no knockdowns, Torres (112), bleeding from a cut above the left eye from the fourth onwards, had to sustain some heavy blows before making it to the final bell.