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1991-06-15 [[Young-Kyun Park]] w rsc 6 [[Masuaki Takeda]], Taegu Indoor Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Making his first defence, the rough and rugged Park (125½) came through successfully when getting on top of Takeda (124¾) from the opening bell and giving him no respite whatsoever to win going away. Constantly hurt by two-fisted attacks and in danger of being stopped on several occasions, the referee finally rescued the game Takeda 80 seconds into the sixth round.
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1991-06-15 [[Young-Kyun Park]] w rsc 6 [[Masuaki Takeda]], Taegu Indoor Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Bernard Soto. Making his first defence, the rough and rugged Park (125½) came through successfully when getting on top of Takeda (124¾) from the opening bell and giving him no respite whatsoever to win going away. Constantly hurt by two-fisted attacks and in danger of being stopped on several occasions, the referee finally rescued the game Takeda 80 seconds into the sixth round.
 
    
 
    
 
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1991-06-15 Young-Kyun Park w rsc 6 Masuaki Takeda, Taegu Indoor Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Bernard Soto. Making his first defence, the rough and rugged Park (125½) came through successfully when getting on top of Takeda (124¾) from the opening bell and giving him no respite whatsoever to win going away. Constantly hurt by two-fisted attacks and in danger of being stopped on several occasions, the referee finally rescued the game Takeda 80 seconds into the sixth round.