1992-09-06 Manny Melchor w pts 12 Fahlan Lukmingkwan (Fahlan Sakkreerin), Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm, Bangkok, Thailand - IBF

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1992-09-06 [[Manny Melchor]] w pts 12 Fahlan Lukmingkwan ([[Fahlan Sakkreerin]]), Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm, Bangkok, Thailand - IBF. Referee: John Wheeler. Scorecards: 119-114, 116-112, 114-115. Having weathered the early storm, Melchor (104) began to counter strongly with the right hand, the perfect antidote for a southpaw, whereas Lukmingkwan (105) became ragged and missed far more than he connected. Over the final five rounds, the Filipino, who had been beaten 14 times previously, opened up before cutting the champion over the left eye in the final session.
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1992-09-06 [[Manny Melchor]] w pts 12 [[Fahlan Lukmingkwan (Fahlan Sakkreerin)]], Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm, Bangkok, Thailand - IBF. Referee: John Wheeler. Scorecards: 119-114, 116-112, 114-115. Having weathered the early storm, Melchor (104) began to counter strongly with the right hand, the perfect antidote for a southpaw, whereas Lukmingkwan (105) became ragged and missed far more than he connected. During the final five rounds, the Filipino, who had been beaten 14 times previously, opened up before cutting the champion over the left eye in the final session.
  
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Latest revision as of 00:59, 1 March 2013

1992-09-06 Manny Melchor w pts 12 Fahlan Lukmingkwan (Fahlan Sakkreerin), Samut Prakarn Crocodile Farm, Bangkok, Thailand - IBF. Referee: John Wheeler. Scorecards: 119-114, 116-112, 114-115. Having weathered the early storm, Melchor (104) began to counter strongly with the right hand, the perfect antidote for a southpaw, whereas Lukmingkwan (105) became ragged and missed far more than he connected. During the final five rounds, the Filipino, who had been beaten 14 times previously, opened up before cutting the champion over the left eye in the final session.

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