Difference between revisions of "1984-05-26 Ju-Do Chun w rtd 6 (15) Felix Marquez, The Gym, Wonju, South Korea - IBF"

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1984-05-26 [[Ju-Do Chun]] w rtd 6 (15) [[Felix Marquez]], The Gym, Wonju, South Korea - IBF. Using hit-and-run tactics for the first few rounds, Marquez (114½) made a fair start, but by the fourth he was being stalked and pinned down by body punches. On the verge of being stopped in the fifth, the challenger’s corner wisely retired their man after refusing to allow him out for the sixth, leaving Chun (114¾) the winner.   
 
1984-05-26 [[Ju-Do Chun]] w rtd 6 (15) [[Felix Marquez]], The Gym, Wonju, South Korea - IBF. Using hit-and-run tactics for the first few rounds, Marquez (114½) made a fair start, but by the fourth he was being stalked and pinned down by body punches. On the verge of being stopped in the fifth, the challenger’s corner wisely retired their man after refusing to allow him out for the sixth, leaving Chun (114¾) the winner.   
  
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Revision as of 14:26, 6 January 2012

1984-05-26 Ju-Do Chun w rtd 6 (15) Felix Marquez, The Gym, Wonju, South Korea - IBF. Using hit-and-run tactics for the first few rounds, Marquez (114½) made a fair start, but by the fourth he was being stalked and pinned down by body punches. On the verge of being stopped in the fifth, the challenger’s corner wisely retired their man after refusing to allow him out for the sixth, leaving Chun (114¾) the winner.