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1990-09-09 Sot Chitalada w co 11 Richard Clarke, National Arena, Kingston, Jamaica - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Trailing on points, Chitalada (112) finally caught up with Clarke (110¼), who had relied on the jab-and-move routine, in the 11th after shaking him up with a right uppercut. With Chitalada immediately following up with a further seven fast deliveries, the challenger was smashed to the canvas to be counted out after 44 seconds of the session had elapsed.
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1990-09-09 [[Sot Chitalada]] w co 11 [[Richard Clarke]], National Arena, Kingston, Jamaica - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Trailing on points, Chitalada (112) finally caught up with Clarke (110¼), who had relied on the jab-and-move routine, after shaking him up with a right uppercut in the 11th. When Chitalada immediately followed up with a further seven fast deliveries, the challenger was smashed to the canvas to be counted out after 44 seconds of the session had elapsed.
  
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1990-09-09 Sot Chitalada w co 11 Richard Clarke, National Arena, Kingston, Jamaica - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Trailing on points, Chitalada (112) finally caught up with Clarke (110¼), who had relied on the jab-and-move routine, after shaking him up with a right uppercut in the 11th. When Chitalada immediately followed up with a further seven fast deliveries, the challenger was smashed to the canvas to be counted out after 44 seconds of the session had elapsed.