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1985-10-09 Ji-Won Kim w rsc 1 (15) Sung-In Suh, Indoor Gym, Chungju, South Korea - IBF. Referee: Kiyoshi Kazama. Within seconds of the opening bell, Kim (122) had exploded a southpaw right to the challenger’s jaw that almost finished the fight there and then. Somehow Suh (121) got to his feet, but after being dropped a further three times the referee called the fight off with just 1.06 on the clock.  
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1985-10-09 [[Ji-Won Kim]] w rsc 1 (15) [[Sung-In Suh]], Indoor Gym, Chungju, South Korea - IBF. Referee: Kiyoshi Kazama. Within seconds of the opening bell, Kim (122) had exploded a southpaw right to the challenger’s jaw that almost finished the fight there and then. Somehow Suh (121) got to his feet, but after being dropped a further three times the referee called the fight off with just 1.06 on the clock.  
  
 
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Revision as of 17:16, 6 January 2012

1985-10-09 Ji-Won Kim w rsc 1 (15) Sung-In Suh, Indoor Gym, Chungju, South Korea - IBF. Referee: Kiyoshi Kazama. Within seconds of the opening bell, Kim (122) had exploded a southpaw right to the challenger’s jaw that almost finished the fight there and then. Somehow Suh (121) got to his feet, but after being dropped a further three times the referee called the fight off with just 1.06 on the clock.