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1974-03-03 [[Antonio Cervantes]] w co 6 (15) [[Chang-Kil Lee]], Indian Bullring, Cartagena, Colombia - WBA. As the aggressor from the outset and the heavier puncher of the pair, the champion went looking for an early finish, only to find Lee (139) content to use good footwork to stay out of harms way. However, by the third, Cervantes (140), pressuring his rival and cutting the ring space down, was beginning to have some success and gradually the South Korean began to wilt. Into the sixth, midway through the session with Lee taking a battering a straight right to the chin dropped him and although he looked be getting up he failed to do so and was counted out.   
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1974-03-03 [[Antonio Cervantes]] w co 6 (15) [[Chang-Kil Lee]], Indian Bullring, Cartagena, Colombia - WBA. Referee: Isidro Rodriguez. As the aggressor from the outset and the heavier puncher of the pair, the champion went looking for an early finish, only to find Lee (139) content to use good footwork to stay out of harm's way. However, by the third, Cervantes (140), pressuring his rival and cutting the ring space down, was beginning to have some success and gradually the South Korean began to wilt. Into the sixth, midway through the session with Lee taking a battering a straight right to the chin dropped him and although he looked be getting up he failed to do so and was counted out.   
  
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Revision as of 16:26, 26 October 2012

1974-03-03 Antonio Cervantes w co 6 (15) Chang-Kil Lee, Indian Bullring, Cartagena, Colombia - WBA. Referee: Isidro Rodriguez. As the aggressor from the outset and the heavier puncher of the pair, the champion went looking for an early finish, only to find Lee (139) content to use good footwork to stay out of harm's way. However, by the third, Cervantes (140), pressuring his rival and cutting the ring space down, was beginning to have some success and gradually the South Korean began to wilt. Into the sixth, midway through the session with Lee taking a battering a straight right to the chin dropped him and although he looked be getting up he failed to do so and was counted out.