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1981-08-30 Jose Antonio Avelar w co 2 (15) Tae-Shik Kim, Changchung Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC.  Referee: Mills Lane. Starting fast from the opening bell, both fighters threw plenty of leather before Avelar (111½) set Kim (111¼) up with a series of combination punches before finishing his challenger off with two great left hooks at 2.46 of the second round. This would be the last 15-round WBC world title contest at the weight after the body decided on 12 rounds as from 1 January 1983.  
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1981-08-30 [[Jose Antonio Avelar]] w co 2 (15) [[Tae-Shik Kim]], Changchung Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC.  Referee: Mills Lane. Starting fast from the opening bell, both fighters threw plenty of leather before Avelar (111½) set Kim (111¼) up with a series of combination punches before finishing his challenger off with two great left hooks at 2.46 of the second round.  
  
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This would be the last 15-round WBC world title contest at the weight after the body decided on 12 rounds as from 1 January 1983.
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Revision as of 09:29, 31 December 2011

1981-08-30 Jose Antonio Avelar w co 2 (15) Tae-Shik Kim, Changchung Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Mills Lane. Starting fast from the opening bell, both fighters threw plenty of leather before Avelar (111½) set Kim (111¼) up with a series of combination punches before finishing his challenger off with two great left hooks at 2.46 of the second round.

This would be the last 15-round WBC world title contest at the weight after the body decided on 12 rounds as from 1 January 1983.