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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.  
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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 his rescue at 2.40 of the round.  
  
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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 his rescue at 2.40 of the round.