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1984-05-13 [[Dodie Penalosa]] w rtd 9 (15) [[Jae-Hong Kim]], Munhwa Stadium, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. After dropping the unbeaten challenger twice in the second round with southpaw left hooks, Penalosa (107¾), looking both sharp and strong, got so much on top that contest became one sided. At 2.31 of the ninth, with Kim (108) under a lot of pressure and a badly beaten fighter his corner tossed in the towel.   
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1984-05-13 [[Dodie Boy Penalosa]] w rtd 9 (15) [[Jae-Hong Kim]], Munhwa Stadium, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. After dropping the unbeaten challenger twice in the second round with southpaw left hooks, Penalosa (107¾), looking both sharp and strong, got so much on top that the contest became one-sided. At 2.31 of the ninth, with Kim (108) under a lot of pressure and a badly beaten fighter his corner tossed in the towel.   
  
 
[[Category: 1984 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1984 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 15:41, 9 November 2012

1984-05-13 Dodie Boy Penalosa w rtd 9 (15) Jae-Hong Kim, Munhwa Stadium, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. After dropping the unbeaten challenger twice in the second round with southpaw left hooks, Penalosa (107¾), looking both sharp and strong, got so much on top that the contest became one-sided. At 2.31 of the ninth, with Kim (108) under a lot of pressure and a badly beaten fighter his corner tossed in the towel.