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1984-09-07 [[Soon-Chun Kwon]] w rsc 12 (15) [[Joaquin Flores Caraballo]], Chongju Gym, Chungju, South Korea - IBF. Following the fight it was learnt that it was Flores (112) who had faced Kwon (112), not [[Alberto Castro]] as the IBF had been led to believe. Following that, the promoter was sentenced to a year in prison while Flores’ manager received ten months for fraud. The finish was timed at 2.56 of the 12th round after the challenger had been on the receiving end in most of them.
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1984-09-07 [[Soon-Chun Kwon]] w rsc 12 (15) [[Joaquin Flores Caraballo]], The Gym, Chungju, South Korea - IBF. Following the fight it was learnt that it was Flores Caraballo (112) who had faced Kwon (112), not [[Alberto Castro]] as the IBF had been led to believe. Following that, the promoter was sentenced to a year in prison while the challenger’s manager received ten months for fraud. The finish was timed at 2.56 of the 12th round after the Colombian had been on the receiving end in most of them.
  
 
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1984-09-07 Soon-Chun Kwon w rsc 12 (15) Joaquin Flores Caraballo, The Gym, Chungju, South Korea - IBF. Following the fight it was learnt that it was Flores Caraballo (112) who had faced Kwon (112), not Alberto Castro as the IBF had been led to believe. Following that, the promoter was sentenced to a year in prison while the challenger’s manager received ten months for fraud. The finish was timed at 2.56 of the 12th round after the Colombian had been on the receiving end in most of them.