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1980-04-13 Chan-He Park w pts 15 Alberto Morales, The Gym, Taegu, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Takeshi Shimakawa. Scorecards: 150-139, 150-143, 149-138. Taking the initiative, Park (112) dominated with straight punches to head and body while Morales (112) danced out of range, and apart from getting mixed up in a slugging session in the 13th round the champion raced to a lopsided decision. In the main, Park, who was already matched to fight Shoji Oguma on 18 May, was content to pile up points and not risk getting cut.
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1980-04-13 [[Chan-He Park]] w pts 15 [[Alberto Morales]], The Gym, Taegu, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Takeshi Shimakawa. Scorecards: 150-139, 150-143, 149-138. Taking the initiative, Park (112) dominated with straight punches to head and body while Morales (112) danced out of range, and apart from getting mixed up in a slugging session in the 13th round the champion raced to a lopsided decision. In the main, Park, who was already matched to fight [[Shoji Oguma]] on 18 May, was content to pile up points and not risk getting cut.
  
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Latest revision as of 15:10, 30 December 2011

1980-04-13 Chan-He Park w pts 15 Alberto Morales, The Gym, Taegu, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Takeshi Shimakawa. Scorecards: 150-139, 150-143, 149-138. Taking the initiative, Park (112) dominated with straight punches to head and body while Morales (112) danced out of range, and apart from getting mixed up in a slugging session in the 13th round the champion raced to a lopsided decision. In the main, Park, who was already matched to fight Shoji Oguma on 18 May, was content to pile up points and not risk getting cut.