1989-12-09 Humberto Gonzalez w pts 12 Jung-Koo Chang, Indoor Gym, Taegu, South Korea - WBC

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1989-12-09 Humberto Gonzalez w pts 12 Jung-Koo Chang, Indoor Gym, Taegu, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Scorecards: 119-109, 118-110, 118-111. Trying to regain the title he vacated Chang (108) climbed all over Gonzalez (107¾), but his aggression was deemed to be ineffective as the switch-hitting champion counter punched accurately and tied his man up well. Chang appeared confused by the fact that the Mexican fought as a southpaw throughout and was unable to break through the champion’s defences.   
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1989-12-09 [[Humberto Gonzalez]] w pts 12 [[Jung-Koo Chang]], Indoor Gym, Taegu, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Scorecards: 119-109, 118-110, 118-111. Trying to regain the title he vacated, Chang (108) climbed all over Gonzalez (107¾), but his aggression was deemed to be ineffective as the switch-hitting champion counter-punched accurately and tied his man up well. Chang appeared confused by the fact that the Mexican fought as a southpaw throughout, being unable to break through his defences.   
  
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1989-12-09 Humberto Gonzalez w pts 12 Jung-Koo Chang, Indoor Gym, Taegu, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Scorecards: 119-109, 118-110, 118-111. Trying to regain the title he vacated, Chang (108) climbed all over Gonzalez (107¾), but his aggression was deemed to be ineffective as the switch-hitting champion counter-punched accurately and tied his man up well. Chang appeared confused by the fact that the Mexican fought as a southpaw throughout, being unable to break through his defences.

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