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1972-09-29 Venice Borkorsor w rtd 10 (15) Betulio Gonzales, National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Zack Clayton. The southpaw Borkorsor (111½) slashed his way to the title with incessant body punching which demoralised the champion and left him with a badly bruised liver and kidneys. Gamely, Gonzalez (111½), who was also suffering a gashed mouth, tried to protect his body in the tenth round without success and at 2.10 he signified that he was pulling out of the contest.   
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1972-09-29 [[Venice Borkorsor]] w rtd 10 (15) [[Betulio Gonzales]], National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Zack Clayton. The southpaw Borkorsor (111½) slashed his way to the title with incessant body punching which demoralised the champion and left him with a badly bruised liver and kidneys. Gamely, Gonzalez (111½), who was also suffering a gashed mouth, tried to protect his body in the tenth round without success and at 2.10 he signified that he was pulling out of the contest.   
  
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Revision as of 18:08, 30 December 2011

1972-09-29 Venice Borkorsor w rtd 10 (15) Betulio Gonzales, National Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Zack Clayton. The southpaw Borkorsor (111½) slashed his way to the title with incessant body punching which demoralised the champion and left him with a badly bruised liver and kidneys. Gamely, Gonzalez (111½), who was also suffering a gashed mouth, tried to protect his body in the tenth round without success and at 2.10 he signified that he was pulling out of the contest.