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1985-01-03 Ji-Won Kim w co 10 (15) Sung-In Suh, Munhwa Gym, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. Referee: Kang-Soo Kim. Making a good start, Kim (122) moved in front before the taller Suh (122) came back from the fifth round on to pick up points and get himself back in the contest. However, concentrating on the body and banging in solid combinations, the southpaw challenger eventually weakened Suh who was dropped and then counted out at 1.01 of the tenth when too exhausted to rise.         
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1985-01-03 [[Ji-Won Kim]] w co 10 (15) [[Sung-In Suh]], Munhwa Gym, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. Referee: Kang-Soo Kim. Making a good start, Kim (122) moved in front before the taller Suh (122) came back from the fifth round on to pick up points and get himself back in the contest. However, concentrating on the body and banging in solid combinations, the southpaw challenger eventually weakened Suh who was dropped and then counted out at 1.01 of the tenth when too exhausted to rise.         
  
 
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Revision as of 17:11, 6 January 2012

1985-01-03 Ji-Won Kim w co 10 (15) Sung-In Suh, Munhwa Gym, Seoul, South Korea - IBF. Referee: Kang-Soo Kim. Making a good start, Kim (122) moved in front before the taller Suh (122) came back from the fifth round on to pick up points and get himself back in the contest. However, concentrating on the body and banging in solid combinations, the southpaw challenger eventually weakened Suh who was dropped and then counted out at 1.01 of the tenth when too exhausted to rise.