Difference between revisions of "1986-12-03 Elly Pical w co 10 (15) Dong-Chun Lee, Istora Senayan Arena, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF"

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1986-12-03 [[Elly Pical]] w co 10 (15) [[Dong-Chun Lee]], Istora Senayan Arena, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Abraham Pacheco. A gruelling pace for the first eight rounds saw Lee (114½) working well inside, while the champion looked to land heavy lefts to the jaw. However, in the ninth, Pical (114) got on top and in the next session he downed his rival with a batch of blows to head and body, leaving the referee to reach the count of ten with 30 seconds of the round remaining.  
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1986-12-03 [[Elly Pical]] w co 10 (15) [[Dong-Chun Lee]], Istora Senayan Arena, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Abraham Pacheco. A gruelling pace for the first eight rounds saw Lee (114½) working well inside, while the champion looked to land heavy lefts to the jaw. However, in the ninth Pical (114) got on top, and in the next session he downed his rival with a batch of blows to head and body, leaving the referee to reach the count of ten with 30 seconds of the round remaining.  
  
Pical forfeited IBF recognition in March 1987 after he challenged for the WBA junior bantamweight title and [[Tae-Il Chang]] and [[Soon-Chun Kwon]] were matched to find his successor.
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Pical forfeited IBF recognition in March 1987 after he challenged for the WBA junior bantamweight title, [[Tae-Il Chang]] and [[Soon-Chun Kwon]] being matched to find his successor.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:37, 14 November 2012

1986-12-03 Elly Pical w co 10 (15) Dong-Chun Lee, Istora Senayan Arena, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Abraham Pacheco. A gruelling pace for the first eight rounds saw Lee (114½) working well inside, while the champion looked to land heavy lefts to the jaw. However, in the ninth Pical (114) got on top, and in the next session he downed his rival with a batch of blows to head and body, leaving the referee to reach the count of ten with 30 seconds of the round remaining.

Pical forfeited IBF recognition in March 1987 after he challenged for the WBA junior bantamweight title, Tae-Il Chang and Soon-Chun Kwon being matched to find his successor.