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1982-09-18 Hilario Zapata w pts 15 Jung-Koo Chang, The Gym, Chonju, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Davy Pearl. Scorecards: 147-144, 145-148, 144-142. In what was a controversial split decision, Zapata (108) retained his title against the aggressive Chang (108) by the slimmest of margins. While Chang chased his rival all over the ring, often landing solid blows to the body, the champion countered and defended well.  
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1982-09-18 [[Hilario Zapata]] w pts 15 [[Jung-Koo Chang]], The Gym, Chonju, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Davy Pearl. Scorecards: 147-144, 145-148, 144-142. In what was a controversial split decision, Zapata (108) retained his title against the aggressive Chang (108) by the slimmest of margins. While Chang chased his rival all over the ring, often landing solid blows to the body, the champion countered and defended well.  
  
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1982-09-18 Hilario Zapata w pts 15 Jung-Koo Chang, The Gym, Chonju, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Davy Pearl. Scorecards: 147-144, 145-148, 144-142. In what was a controversial split decision, Zapata (108) retained his title against the aggressive Chang (108) by the slimmest of margins. While Chang chased his rival all over the ring, often landing solid blows to the body, the champion countered and defended well.