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1970-04-06 Berkrerk Chartvanchai w pts 15 Bernabe Villacampo, National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Sochio Kato. Scorecards: 72-68, 72-71, 71-73. In what was virtually toe-to-toe slugging from first to last, Chartvanchai (110), cut over the left eye in the ninth round, put on a storming finish to warrant the split decision and the championship. At the two-third stage of the fight, Villacampo (109) began to tire and with his blows lacking authority the Thai came through.  
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1970-04-06 [[Berkrerk Chartvanchai]] w pts 15 [[Bernabe Villacampo]], National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Sochio Kato. Scorecards: 72-68, 72-71, 71-73. In what was virtually toe-to-toe slugging from first to last, Chartvanchai (110), cut over the left eye in the ninth round, put on a storming finish to warrant the split decision and the championship. At the two-third stage of the fight Villacampo (109) began to tire, and with his blows lacking authority the Thai came through.  
  
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1970-04-06 Berkrerk Chartvanchai w pts 15 Bernabe Villacampo, National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Sochio Kato. Scorecards: 72-68, 72-71, 71-73. In what was virtually toe-to-toe slugging from first to last, Chartvanchai (110), cut over the left eye in the ninth round, put on a storming finish to warrant the split decision and the championship. At the two-third stage of the fight Villacampo (109) began to tire, and with his blows lacking authority the Thai came through.