Difference between revisions of "1992-07-04 Sung-Kil Moon w rsc 8 Armando Salazar, Goomin Hall, Inchon, South Korea - WBC"

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1992-07-04 [[Sung-Kil Moon]] w rsc 8 [[Armando Salazar]], Goomin Hall, Inchon, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Delgado Bince. Having his first fight for over six months, Moon (115) shook off the ring rust to take command and cut Salazar (114¼) on the left eye in the opening round. Although cruising along, the champion had a bad seventh session when Salazar put him under severe pressure, but he came back strongly in the eighth when the referee rescued the Mexican on the 2.59 mark to save him from further punishment.   
 
1992-07-04 [[Sung-Kil Moon]] w rsc 8 [[Armando Salazar]], Goomin Hall, Inchon, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Delgado Bince. Having his first fight for over six months, Moon (115) shook off the ring rust to take command and cut Salazar (114¼) on the left eye in the opening round. Although cruising along, the champion had a bad seventh session when Salazar put him under severe pressure, but he came back strongly in the eighth when the referee rescued the Mexican on the 2.59 mark to save him from further punishment.   
  
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Latest revision as of 18:12, 6 January 2012

1992-07-04 Sung-Kil Moon w rsc 8 Armando Salazar, Goomin Hall, Inchon, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Delgado Bince. Having his first fight for over six months, Moon (115) shook off the ring rust to take command and cut Salazar (114¼) on the left eye in the opening round. Although cruising along, the champion had a bad seventh session when Salazar put him under severe pressure, but he came back strongly in the eighth when the referee rescued the Mexican on the 2.59 mark to save him from further punishment.