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1984-03-17 Joo-Do Chun w co 1 (15) Diego De Villa, The Gym, Kwangju, South Korea - IBF. Defending his title for the second time, Chun (115) made a fast start to blast De Villa (113¾) to the canvas after landing with a heavy countering right to the temple, the latter being counted out at 2.35 of the first round.  
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1984-03-17 [[Ju-Do Chun]] w co 1 (15) [[Diego De Villa]], The Gym, Kwangju, South Korea - IBF. Defending his title for the second time, Chun (115) made a fast start to blast De Villa (113¾) to the canvas after landing with a heavy countering right to the temple, the latter being counted out at 2.35 of the first round.  
  
 
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1984-03-17 Ju-Do Chun w co 1 (15) Diego De Villa, The Gym, Kwangju, South Korea - IBF. Defending his title for the second time, Chun (115) made a fast start to blast De Villa (113¾) to the canvas after landing with a heavy countering right to the temple, the latter being counted out at 2.35 of the first round.