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1989-06-03 [[Sot Chitalada]] w pts 12 [[Yong-Kang Kim]], Municipal Stadium, Trang, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Steve Crosson. Scorecards: 117-113, 116-112, 113-115. In a gruelling 12 rounder, Chitalada (112), making a fast start, regained the title from the man he had earlier lost it to. The Thai showed great stamina, coupled with sharp, accurate punching to come home a close winner. Bounding in two-fistedly Kim (112) was always in the fight, but although extremely dangerous at all times he often ran into jabs and uppercuts and missed a lot with his power punches.
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1989-06-03 [[Sot Chitalada]] w pts 12 [[Yong-Kang Kim]], Municipal Stadium, Trang, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Steve Crosson. Scorecards: 117-113, 116-112, 113-115. In a gruelling 12 rounder, Chitalada (112), making a fast start, regained the title from the man he had earlier lost it to. The Thai showed great stamina, coupled with sharp, accurate punching to come home a close winner. Bounding in two-fistedly Kim (112) was always in the fight, but although extremely dangerous at all times he often ran into jabs and uppercuts, and missed a lot with his power punches.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:28, 14 November 2012

1989-06-03 Sot Chitalada w pts 12 Yong-Kang Kim, Municipal Stadium, Trang, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Steve Crosson. Scorecards: 117-113, 116-112, 113-115. In a gruelling 12 rounder, Chitalada (112), making a fast start, regained the title from the man he had earlier lost it to. The Thai showed great stamina, coupled with sharp, accurate punching to come home a close winner. Bounding in two-fistedly Kim (112) was always in the fight, but although extremely dangerous at all times he often ran into jabs and uppercuts, and missed a lot with his power punches.