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1987-10-17 Elly Pical w pts 15 Tae-Il Chang, Istora Senayan Arena, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: James Reilly. Scorecards: 147-137, 145-138, 142-143. Chang (115) displayed good fighting spirit throughout and avoided many punches by getting up close and clinching whenever necessary. However, Pical (115) would not be denied and he regained his old title after getting the upper hand in several of the middle rounds, scoring a knockdown in the 13th and coming on strong in the final  
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1987-10-17 [[Elly Pical]] w pts 15 [[Tae-Il Chang]], Istora Senayan Arena, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: James Reilly. Scorecards: 147-137, 145-138, 142-143. Chang (115) displayed good fighting spirit throughout, avoiding many punches by getting up close and clinching whenever necessary. However, Pical (115) would not be denied when going on to regain his old title.  After getting the upper hand in several of the middle rounds and scoring a knockdown in the 13th, Pical came on strong in the final session just to make sure the verdict went his way.   
session just to make sure the verdict went his way.   
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1987-10-17 Elly Pical w pts 15 Tae-Il Chang, Istora Senayan Arena, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: James Reilly. Scorecards: 147-137, 145-138, 142-143. Chang (115) displayed good fighting spirit throughout, avoiding many punches by getting up close and clinching whenever necessary. However, Pical (115) would not be denied when going on to regain his old title. After getting the upper hand in several of the middle rounds and scoring a knockdown in the 13th, Pical came on strong in the final session just to make sure the verdict went his way.