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1992-11-29 [[Pichit Sitbangprachan]] w co 3 [[Rodolfo Blanco]], Imperial World Centre, Bangkok, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Billy Males. In a huge upset, the unheralded Sitbangprachan (111½) knocked out Blanco (112) with a combination of blows at 2.02 of the third round to become Thailand’s seventh world champion at the weight. The local favourite had made a cautious start before accelerating in the second session, without showing signs of what was to come.   
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1992-11-29 [[Pichit Sithbanprachan]] w co 3 [[Rodolfo Blanco]], Imperial World Centre, Bangkok, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Billy Males. In a huge upset, the unheralded Sithbanprachan (111½) knocked out Blanco (112) with a combination of blows at 2.02 of the third round to become Thailand’s seventh world champion at the weight. The local favourite had made a cautious start before accelerating in the second session, without showing signs of what was to come.   
  
 
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1992-11-29 Pichit Sithbanprachan w co 3 Rodolfo Blanco, Imperial World Centre, Bangkok, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Billy Males. In a huge upset, the unheralded Sithbanprachan (111½) knocked out Blanco (112) with a combination of blows at 2.02 of the third round to become Thailand’s seventh world champion at the weight. The local favourite had made a cautious start before accelerating in the second session, without showing signs of what was to come.