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1987-10-12 [[Khaosai Galaxy]] w co 3 (15) [[Byung-Kwan Chung]], Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Ken Morita. Nervous of the champion’s power, Chung (114½), the OPBF titleholder, was put down three times from punches to head and body, once in the second round and twice in the third, before he was counted out with just two seconds remaining of the third. It had been easy work for Galaxy (115), who registered his sixth straight defence by the short route. At the WBA convention that month, it was decided by the membership that their next title fight in the weight class would be contested over 12 rounds. 
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1987-10-12 [[Khaosai Galaxy]] w co 3 (15) [[Byung-Kwan Chung]], Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Ken Morita. Nervous of the champion’s power, Chung (114½), the OPBF titleholder, was put down three times from punches to head and body, once in the second round and twice in the third, before he was counted out with just two seconds remaining of the third. It had been easy work for Galaxy (115), who registered his sixth straight defence by the short route.  
  
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At the WBA convention that month, it was decided by the membership that their next title fight in the weight class would be contested over 12 rounds. 
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[[Category: 1987 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Bantamweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Bantamweight Division]]

Revision as of 17:06, 6 January 2012

1987-10-12 Khaosai Galaxy w co 3 (15) Byung-Kwan Chung, Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Ken Morita. Nervous of the champion’s power, Chung (114½), the OPBF titleholder, was put down three times from punches to head and body, once in the second round and twice in the third, before he was counted out with just two seconds remaining of the third. It had been easy work for Galaxy (115), who registered his sixth straight defence by the short route.

At the WBA convention that month, it was decided by the membership that their next title fight in the weight class would be contested over 12 rounds.