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1993-02-27 Sung-Il Moon w rsc 1 Hilario Zapata, Olympic Fencing Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Toby Gibson. Retaining the title for the eighth time, Moon (114½) had to grit his teeth after being outboxed and outpunched in the early part of the opening round. However, eventually getting to grips with the southpaw Zapata (114¾) Moon connected with hooks and combinations before a tremendous right hand sent the challenger crashing. Somehow Zapata got up, but seemingly in a bad condition the referee stopped it on the 2.54 mark.         
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1993-02-27 [[Sung-Kil Moon]] w rsc 1 [[Hilario Zapata]], Olympic Fencing Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Toby Gibson. Retaining the title for the eighth time, Moon (114½) had to grit his teeth after being outboxed and outpunched in the early part of the opening round. However, eventually getting to grips with the southpaw Zapata (114¾), Moon connected with hooks and combinations before a tremendous right hand sent the challenger crashing. Somehow Zapata got up, but in a bad condition the referee stopped it on the 2.54 mark.         
  
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1993-02-27 Sung-Kil Moon w rsc 1 Hilario Zapata, Olympic Fencing Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Toby Gibson. Retaining the title for the eighth time, Moon (114½) had to grit his teeth after being outboxed and outpunched in the early part of the opening round. However, eventually getting to grips with the southpaw Zapata (114¾), Moon connected with hooks and combinations before a tremendous right hand sent the challenger crashing. Somehow Zapata got up, but in a bad condition the referee stopped it on the 2.54 mark.