1979-09-09 Chan-He Park drew 15 Miguel Canto, Chansil Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC

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1979-09-09 [[Chan-He Park]] drew 15 [[Miguel Canto]], Chansil Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Angelo Poletti. Scorecards: 138-136, 135-137, 136-136. Park (111½) started fast, dropping Canto (112) in the fifth with a fast left hook for a mandatory eight count. Boxing on warily, the crafty ex-champion eventually solved the champion’s bobbing and weaving style to come on strong towards the end to gain a share of the honours.   
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1979-09-09 [[Chan-He Park]] drew 15 [[Miguel Canto]], Chansil Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Angelo Poletti. Scorecards: 138-136, 135-137, 136-136. Park (111½) started fast, dropping Canto (112) in the fifth with a cracking left hook for a mandatory 'eight' count. Boxing on warily, the crafty ex-champion eventually solved Park’s bobbing and weaving style to come on strong towards the end to gain a share of the honours.   
  
 
[[Category: 1979 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 11:34, 7 March 2013

1979-09-09 Chan-He Park drew 15 Miguel Canto, Chansil Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Angelo Poletti. Scorecards: 138-136, 135-137, 136-136. Park (111½) started fast, dropping Canto (112) in the fifth with a cracking left hook for a mandatory 'eight' count. Boxing on warily, the crafty ex-champion eventually solved Park’s bobbing and weaving style to come on strong towards the end to gain a share of the honours.

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