Difference between revisions of "1990-01-20 Sung-Kil Moon w tdec 9 Nana Yaw Konadu, Exhibition Centre, Seoul, South Korea - WBC"

From Barry Hugman's History of Championship Boxing
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
1990-01-20 [[Sung-Kil Moon]] w tdec 9 [[Nana Konadu]], Exhibition Centre, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Scorecards: 87-84, 86-81, 86-84. Having been decked twice in the opener, Konadu (114½) stormed back to drop Moon (115) before the round ended. This was followed by both men standing toe-to-toe. In the third the champion was put down again, although a clash of heads left Moon, who was floored again in the next session, badly cut over the left eye. From thereon, it was a grim struggle all the way. With claret flowing, at the end of the ninth the referee decided that Moon’s injuries were too bad for him to continue and went to the scorecards to decide the winner.  
+
1990-01-20 [[Sung-Kil Moon]] w tdec 9 [[Nana Yaw Konadu]], Exhibition Centre, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Scorecards: 87-84, 86-81, 86-84. Having been decked twice in the opener, Konadu (114½) stormed back to drop Moon (115) before the round ended. This was followed by both men standing toe-to-toe. In the third the champion was put down again, although a clash of heads left Moon, who was floored again in the next session, badly cut over the left eye. From thereon, it was a grim struggle all the way. With claret flowing, at the end of the ninth the referee decided that Moon’s injuries were too bad for him to continue and went to the scorecards to decide the winner.  
  
[[Category: 1990 Junior Bantamweight Title Contests]]
+
[[Category: 1990 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Bantamweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Bantamweight Division]]

Revision as of 17:35, 6 January 2012

1990-01-20 Sung-Kil Moon w tdec 9 Nana Yaw Konadu, Exhibition Centre, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Scorecards: 87-84, 86-81, 86-84. Having been decked twice in the opener, Konadu (114½) stormed back to drop Moon (115) before the round ended. This was followed by both men standing toe-to-toe. In the third the champion was put down again, although a clash of heads left Moon, who was floored again in the next session, badly cut over the left eye. From thereon, it was a grim struggle all the way. With claret flowing, at the end of the ninth the referee decided that Moon’s injuries were too bad for him to continue and went to the scorecards to decide the winner.