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1984-01-28 Joo-Do Chun w co 12 (15) Prayurasak Muangsurin, Munhwa Gym, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. Defending his newly won title, Chun (115) battered and weakened the durable Muangsurin (114½) throughout before setting up a big attack with lefts and rights to the head in the 12th, which saw the latter crumble to the canvas to be counted out at 1.09 of the session.
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1984-01-28 [[Ju-Do Chun]] w co 12 (15) [[Prayurasak Muangsurin]], Munhwa Gym, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. Defending his newly won title, Chun (115) battered and weakened the durable Muangsurin (114½) throughout before setting up a big attack with lefts and rights to the head in the 12th, which saw the latter crumble to the canvas to be counted out at 1.09 of the session.
  
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1984-01-28 Ju-Do Chun w co 12 (15) Prayurasak Muangsurin, Munhwa Gym, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. Defending his newly won title, Chun (115) battered and weakened the durable Muangsurin (114½) throughout before setting up a big attack with lefts and rights to the head in the 12th, which saw the latter crumble to the canvas to be counted out at 1.09 of the session.