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1985-10-19 [[Barry Michael]] w rsc 4 (15) [[Jin-Shik Choi]], Richardson Park Oval, Darwin, Australia - IBF. Referee: Pat McMurtry. The challenger made a great start in winning the first three rounds, shaking Michael (129½) up and looking to push on from there. However, Michael had other ideas as he stormed out of his corner at the start of the fourth to floor Choi (129) following a furious assault and when the latter regained his feet the Aussie threw punch after punch without reply until the referee came to the challenger’s rescue at 2.40 of the round.  
 
1985-10-19 [[Barry Michael]] w rsc 4 (15) [[Jin-Shik Choi]], Richardson Park Oval, Darwin, Australia - IBF. Referee: Pat McMurtry. The challenger made a great start in winning the first three rounds, shaking Michael (129½) up and looking to push on from there. However, Michael had other ideas as he stormed out of his corner at the start of the fourth to floor Choi (129) following a furious assault and when the latter regained his feet the Aussie threw punch after punch without reply until the referee came to the challenger’s rescue at 2.40 of the round.  
  
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Revision as of 02:29, 18 January 2012

1985-10-19 Barry Michael w rsc 4 (15) Jin-Shik Choi, Richardson Park Oval, Darwin, Australia - IBF. Referee: Pat McMurtry. The challenger made a great start in winning the first three rounds, shaking Michael (129½) up and looking to push on from there. However, Michael had other ideas as he stormed out of his corner at the start of the fourth to floor Choi (129) following a furious assault and when the latter regained his feet the Aussie threw punch after punch without reply until the referee came to the challenger’s rescue at 2.40 of the round.