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1992-09-14 Humberto Gonzalez w rsc 2 Napa Kiatwanchai, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Vince Delgado. In a battle of southpaws, Gonzalez (108) quickly got on top of Kiatwanchai (108), who made the mistake of trading with the champion and was dropped in the first round. The second session soon turned into one-way traffic as Gonzalez continued where he had left off in the first and felled Kiatwanchai three more times before the referee stopped the action on the 2.48 mark.  
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1992-09-14 [[Humberto Gonzalez]] w rsc 2 [[Napa Kiatwanchai]], Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Vince Delgado. In a battle of southpaws, Gonzalez (108) quickly got on top of Kiatwanchai (108), who made the mistake of trading with the champion and was dropped in the first round. The second session soon turned into one-way traffic as Gonzalez continued where he had left off in the first, felling Kiatwanchai three more times before the referee stopped the action on the 2.48 mark.  
  
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1992-09-14 Humberto Gonzalez w rsc 2 Napa Kiatwanchai, Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, California, USA - WBC. Referee: Vince Delgado. In a battle of southpaws, Gonzalez (108) quickly got on top of Kiatwanchai (108), who made the mistake of trading with the champion and was dropped in the first round. The second session soon turned into one-way traffic as Gonzalez continued where he had left off in the first, felling Kiatwanchai three more times before the referee stopped the action on the 2.48 mark.