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1988-05-29 [[Daniel Zaragoza]] drew 12 [[Seung-Hoon Lee]], Hongkuk Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Henry Elesperu. Scorecards: 115-113, 112-114, 114-114. Although Zaragoza (121¼) made the early running it did not take long for the challenger to match him, and he was soon meeting him punch for punch. Before long it had become a total war after Zaragoza had concentrated on throwing sharp rights and Lee (121¼), bobbing and weaving, had scored with heavy blows to the body throughout. The decision was controversial to say the least with both feeling they had won, but it was Zaragoza, carrying plenty of facial damage who appeared to benefit more from the result.     
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1988-05-29 [[Daniel Zaragoza]] drew 12 [[Seung-Hoon Lee]], Hongkuk Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Henry Elesperu. Scorecards: 115-113, 112-114, 114-114. Although Zaragoza (121¼) made the early running it did not take long for the challenger to match him, and he was soon meeting him punch for punch. Before long it had become a total war after Zaragoza had concentrated on throwing sharp rights, while Lee (121¼), bobbing and weaving, had scored with heavy blows to the body throughout. The decision was controversial to say the least with both feeling they had won, but it was Zaragoza, carrying plenty of facial damage who appeared to benefit more from the result.     
  
 
[[Category: 1988 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1988 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Featherweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Featherweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 12:15, 24 March 2013

1988-05-29 Daniel Zaragoza drew 12 Seung-Hoon Lee, Hongkuk Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Henry Elesperu. Scorecards: 115-113, 112-114, 114-114. Although Zaragoza (121¼) made the early running it did not take long for the challenger to match him, and he was soon meeting him punch for punch. Before long it had become a total war after Zaragoza had concentrated on throwing sharp rights, while Lee (121¼), bobbing and weaving, had scored with heavy blows to the body throughout. The decision was controversial to say the least with both feeling they had won, but it was Zaragoza, carrying plenty of facial damage who appeared to benefit more from the result.