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1985-07-28 Joey Olivo w pts 15 Moon-Jin Choi, Munhwa Stadium, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. Scorecards: 147-145, 146-142, 146-142. In what was described as one of the dullest title fights ever, Olivo (107¾) retained his title against the flat-footed Choi (107½), who continuously forced the pace but was one dimensional. With Olivo on the back foot countering when he had to, the challenger was unable to get close enough to do any real damage.  
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1985-07-28 [[Joey Olivo]] w pts 15 [[Moon-Jin Choi]], Munhwa Stadium, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. Scorecards: 147-145, 146-142, 146-142. In what was described as one of the dullest title fights ever, Olivo (107¾) retained his title against the flat-footed Choi (107½), who continuously forced the pace but was one dimensional. With Olivo on the back foot countering when he had to, the challenger was unable to get close enough to do any real damage.  
  
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Latest revision as of 20:34, 27 December 2011

1985-07-28 Joey Olivo w pts 15 Moon-Jin Choi, Munhwa Stadium, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. Scorecards: 147-145, 146-142, 146-142. In what was described as one of the dullest title fights ever, Olivo (107¾) retained his title against the flat-footed Choi (107½), who continuously forced the pace but was one dimensional. With Olivo on the back foot countering when he had to, the challenger was unable to get close enough to do any real damage.