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1984-12-15 [[Jung-Koo Chang]] w pts 12 [[Tadashi Kuramochi]], The Gym, Pusan, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Hilario Nadayag. Scorecards: 120-105, 120-103, 120-109. Amazingly, in a fight that was so one-sided there were no knockdowns, although nobody would have complained had the referee stopped it any time after the fifth round. Somehow Kuramochi (108) managed to survive from the hands of his tormentor, Chang (108), who retained his title with some ease.  
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1984-12-15 [[Jung-Koo Chang]] w pts 12 [[Tadashi Kuramochi]], The Gym, Pusan, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Hilario Nadayag. Scorecards: 120-105, 120-103, 120-109. Amazingly, in a fight that was so one-sided there were no knockdowns, although nobody would have complained had the referee stopped it any time after the fifth round. Somehow Kuramochi (108) managed to withstand the punishment handed out by his tormentor, Chang (108), who retained his title with some ease.  
  
 
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1984-12-15 Jung-Koo Chang w pts 12 Tadashi Kuramochi, The Gym, Pusan, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Hilario Nadayag. Scorecards: 120-105, 120-103, 120-109. Amazingly, in a fight that was so one-sided there were no knockdowns, although nobody would have complained had the referee stopped it any time after the fifth round. Somehow Kuramochi (108) managed to withstand the punishment handed out by his tormentor, Chang (108), who retained his title with some ease.