Difference between revisions of "1983-03-26 Jung-Koo Chang w rsc 3 (12) Hilario Zapata, Chungmu Gym, Taejon, South Korea - WBC"

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1983-03-26 [[Jung-Koo Chang]] w rsc 3 (12) [[Hilario Zapata]], Chungmu Gym, Taejon, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Unprepared mentally and physically, Zapata (108), who had six attempts before making the weight, lost his title when the switch-hitting Chang (107½) battered him to defeat at 2.46 of the third round. The end for Zapata came following a standing count when he was in no position to defend himself, having been subjected to a severe body attack, and was rescued by the referee.  
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1983-03-26 [[Jung-Koo Chang]] w rsc 3 (12) [[Hilario Zapata]], Chungmu Gym, Taejon, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Unprepared mentally and physically, Zapata (108), who had six attempts before making the weight, lost his title when the switch-hitting Chang (107½) battered him to defeat at 2.46 of the third round. Having been subjected to a severe body attack, the referee rescued Zapata when he was in no position to defend himself following a standing count.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:39, 3 March 2013

1983-03-26 Jung-Koo Chang w rsc 3 (12) Hilario Zapata, Chungmu Gym, Taejon, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Unprepared mentally and physically, Zapata (108), who had six attempts before making the weight, lost his title when the switch-hitting Chang (107½) battered him to defeat at 2.46 of the third round. Having been subjected to a severe body attack, the referee rescued Zapata when he was in no position to defend himself following a standing count.