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1991-07-20 [[Sung-Kil Moon]] w co 5 [[Ernesto Ford]], Ramada Rennaisance Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Malcolm Bulner. Starting well, Ford (114½) won the first two rounds, testing Moon (114½) with lefts and rights to the head, and cut the champion over the right eye in the third before it all went wrong for him when his rival switched to the body. Having opened a cut over Ford’s right eye in the fourth, Moon dumped the challenger with head and body punches in the fifth and, on him getting up very quickly a right to the head dropped him for the full count with 2.35 on the clock.       
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1991-07-20 [[Sung-Kil Moon]] w co 5 [[Ernesto Ford]], Ramada Renaissance Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Malcolm Bulner. Starting well, Ford (114½) won the first two rounds, testing Moon (114½) with lefts and rights to the head, and cut the champion over the right eye in the third before it all went wrong for him when his rival switched to the body. Having opened a cut over Ford’s right eye in the fourth, Moon dumped the challenger with head and body punches in the fifth, and on him getting up very quickly a right to the head dropped him for the full count with 2.35 on the clock.       
  
 
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Revision as of 17:07, 14 November 2012

1991-07-20 Sung-Kil Moon w co 5 Ernesto Ford, Ramada Renaissance Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Malcolm Bulner. Starting well, Ford (114½) won the first two rounds, testing Moon (114½) with lefts and rights to the head, and cut the champion over the right eye in the third before it all went wrong for him when his rival switched to the body. Having opened a cut over Ford’s right eye in the fourth, Moon dumped the challenger with head and body punches in the fifth, and on him getting up very quickly a right to the head dropped him for the full count with 2.35 on the clock.