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1991-04-06 [[Khaosai Galaxy]] w rsc 5 [[Je-Sok Park]], The Stadium, Samut  Songkram, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Kazanobu Asao. Lacking the power to deal with Galaxy (115), being really a blown-up flyweight, Park (113) gave it his best shot but was found wanting. Although protecting himself with the jab and a high guard, the challenger was up against it and midway during the third round he was dropped by a doubled-up left. With Park down again in the fourth, the referee had seen enough and saved him from receiving further punishment at 2.30 of the fifth.  
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1991-04-06 [[Khaosai Galaxy]] w rsc 5 [[Je-Suk Park]], The Stadium, Samut  Songkram, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Kazanobu Asao. Lacking the power to deal with Galaxy (115), being really a blown-up flyweight, Park (113) gave it his best shot but was found wanting. Although protecting himself with the jab and a high guard, the challenger was up against it, being dropped midway during the third round by a doubled-up left. With Park down again in the fourth the referee had seen enough and saved him from receiving further punishment at 2.30 of the fifth.  
  
 
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Revision as of 17:06, 14 November 2012

1991-04-06 Khaosai Galaxy w rsc 5 Je-Suk Park, The Stadium, Samut Songkram, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Kazanobu Asao. Lacking the power to deal with Galaxy (115), being really a blown-up flyweight, Park (113) gave it his best shot but was found wanting. Although protecting himself with the jab and a high guard, the challenger was up against it, being dropped midway during the third round by a doubled-up left. With Park down again in the fourth the referee had seen enough and saved him from receiving further punishment at 2.30 of the fifth.