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1987-08-09 Jum-Hwan Choi w co 3 (15) Azadin Anhar, Senaya Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Dale Grable. Getting off to a quick start, Choi (107¾) jumped on the challenger in the second round, battering him throughout the session and weakening him considerably. Following that it was no surprise when, within a minute of the third, Anhar (107¾) was counted out on the 1.03 mark after a series of body punches and uppercuts had put him down. This would be the last IBF title bout for the weight class contested over 15 rounds after it was later decided that, as from 1 September 1888, 12 rounds would be the new distance. 
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1987-08-09 [[Jum-Hwan Choi]] w co 3 (15) [[Azadin Anhar]], Senaya Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Dale Grable. Getting off to a quick start, Choi (107¾) jumped on the challenger in the second round, battering him throughout the session and weakening him considerably. Following that it was no surprise when, within a minute of the third, Anhar (107¾) was counted out on the 1.03 mark after a series of body punches and uppercuts had put him down.  
  
[[Category: 1987 Junior Flyweight Title Contests]]
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This would be the last IBF title bout for the weight class contested over 15 rounds after it was later decided that, as from 1 September 1888, 12 rounds would be the new distance. 
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[[Category: 1987 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Flyweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Flyweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 20:46, 27 December 2011

1987-08-09 Jum-Hwan Choi w co 3 (15) Azadin Anhar, Senaya Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: Dale Grable. Getting off to a quick start, Choi (107¾) jumped on the challenger in the second round, battering him throughout the session and weakening him considerably. Following that it was no surprise when, within a minute of the third, Anhar (107¾) was counted out on the 1.03 mark after a series of body punches and uppercuts had put him down.

This would be the last IBF title bout for the weight class contested over 15 rounds after it was later decided that, as from 1 September 1888, 12 rounds would be the new distance.