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1991-07-20 Kaosai Galaxy w rsc 5 David Griman, Crocodile Farm, Samut Prakan, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Carlos Berrocal. The fast moving Griman (114) was expected to give Galaxy (115) quite a test, but ultimately went the same way as 17 other challengers. Unable to keep the champion at bay, Griman was eventually downed in the fifth from a left-right-left to the head, followed by a double hook to the ribs, and although beating the count the referee pulled him out of the contest on the 1.28 mark.  
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1991-07-20 [[Khaosai Galaxy]] w rsc 5 [[David Griman]], Crocodile Farm, Samut Prakan, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Carlos Berrocal. The fast moving Griman (114) was expected to give Galaxy (115) quite a test, but ultimately went the same way as 17 other challengers. Unable to keep the champion at bay, Griman was eventually downed in the fifth from a left-right-left to the head, followed by a double hook to the ribs, and although beating the count the referee pulled him out of the contest on the 1.28 mark.  
  
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Revision as of 18:00, 6 January 2012

1991-07-20 Khaosai Galaxy w rsc 5 David Griman, Crocodile Farm, Samut Prakan, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Carlos Berrocal. The fast moving Griman (114) was expected to give Galaxy (115) quite a test, but ultimately went the same way as 17 other challengers. Unable to keep the champion at bay, Griman was eventually downed in the fifth from a left-right-left to the head, followed by a double hook to the ribs, and although beating the count the referee pulled him out of the contest on the 1.28 mark.