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1978-07-08 [[Sam Serrano]] w rsc 9 (15) [[Young-Ho Oh]], Roberto Clemente Coliseum, San Juan, Puerto Rico - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. Carrying a seven-inch reach advantage, Serrano (130) peppered the ever-advancing Oh {129¼), who was cut below the right eye in the fifth, with every punch in the book for the opening eight rounds, yet the game but fast-fading challenger was still there. His misery wouldn’t last much longer though. With about 30 seconds of the ninth remaining a short left hook dropped Oh for ‘nine’ and after getting up he was again put down, this time by a right uppercut. On his feet again at ‘nine’, the bell rang and appeared to have saved  
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1978-07-08 [[Sam Serrano]] w rsc 9 (15) [[Young-Ho Oh]], Roberto Clemente Coliseum, San Juan, Puerto Rico - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. Carrying a seven-inch reach advantage, Serrano (130) peppered the ever-advancing Oh {129¼), who was cut below the right eye in the fifth, with every punch in the book for the opening eight rounds, yet the game but fast-fading challenger was still there. His misery would not last much longer though. With about 30 seconds of the ninth remaining a short left hook dropped Oh for ‘nine’ and after getting up he was again put down, this time by a right uppercut. On his feet again at ‘nine’, the bell rang and appeared to have saved  
 
him, but the referee declared the fight to be over and that was that.   
 
him, but the referee declared the fight to be over and that was that.   
  
 
[[Category: 1978 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1978 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 09:32, 31 January 2012

1978-07-08 Sam Serrano w rsc 9 (15) Young-Ho Oh, Roberto Clemente Coliseum, San Juan, Puerto Rico - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. Carrying a seven-inch reach advantage, Serrano (130) peppered the ever-advancing Oh {129¼), who was cut below the right eye in the fifth, with every punch in the book for the opening eight rounds, yet the game but fast-fading challenger was still there. His misery would not last much longer though. With about 30 seconds of the ninth remaining a short left hook dropped Oh for ‘nine’ and after getting up he was again put down, this time by a right uppercut. On his feet again at ‘nine’, the bell rang and appeared to have saved him, but the referee declared the fight to be over and that was that.