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1984-03-31 Jung-Koo Chang w pts 12 Sot Chitalada, Kudok Stadium, Pusan, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 119-112, 115-113, 116-112. In what became a total war, Chang (108) retained his title against Chitalada (108), having his fifth contest. Chang, the aggressor throughout, sustained a cut over the left eye in the sixth round which hindered him a bit, but he was back to his attacking ways. It was also noticeable that the champion was not in the best of condition, something that had caused several postponements earlier.
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1984-03-31 [[Jung-Koo Chang]] w pts 12 [[Sot Chitalada]], Kudok Stadium, Pusan, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 119-112, 115-113, 116-112. In what became a total war, Chang (108) retained his title against Chitalada (108), who was having his fifth contest. Chang, the aggressor throughout, sustained a cut over the left eye in the sixth round which hindered him a bit, but he was soon back to his attacking ways. It was also noticeable that the champion was not in the best of condition, something that had caused several postponements earlier.
  
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Latest revision as of 12:55, 3 March 2013

1984-03-31 Jung-Koo Chang w pts 12 Sot Chitalada, Kudok Stadium, Pusan, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 119-112, 115-113, 116-112. In what became a total war, Chang (108) retained his title against Chitalada (108), who was having his fifth contest. Chang, the aggressor throughout, sustained a cut over the left eye in the sixth round which hindered him a bit, but he was soon back to his attacking ways. It was also noticeable that the champion was not in the best of condition, something that had caused several postponements earlier.