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1985-08-25 Elly Pical w rsc 3 (15) Wayne Mulholland, P.I. Coliseum, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. On the back foot from the opening bell, Mulholland (115) was taking a sound beating and it was hardly a surprise when Pical (114) caught him with a strong left to the temple and followed up with punches to head and body to send him to the floor in the third round. When it was clear that the challenger did not want to get up and had obviously had enough, the referee called a halt with 50 seconds of the session still remaining.
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1985-08-25 [[Elly Pical]] w rsc 3 (15) [[Wayne Mulholland]], P.I. Coliseum, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. On the back foot from the opening bell, Mulholland (115) was taking a sound beating, it hardly being a surprise when Pical (114) caught him with a strong left to the temple and followed up with punches to head and body to send him to the floor in the third round. When it was clear that the challenger did not want to get up, obviously having had enough, the referee called a halt with 50 seconds of the session still remaining.
  
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1985-08-25 Elly Pical w rsc 3 (15) Wayne Mulholland, P.I. Coliseum, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. On the back foot from the opening bell, Mulholland (115) was taking a sound beating, it hardly being a surprise when Pical (114) caught him with a strong left to the temple and followed up with punches to head and body to send him to the floor in the third round. When it was clear that the challenger did not want to get up, obviously having had enough, the referee called a halt with 50 seconds of the session still remaining.