1993-12-04 Eloy Rojas w pts 12 Young-Kyun Park, The Gym, Kwangmyong, South Korea - WBA

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1993-12-04 Eloy Rojas w pts 12 Kyun-Yung Park, The Gym, Kwangmyong, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 113-112, 115-111, 111-114. Pounding Park (125¼) from the opening bell, Rojas (125¾) built up a fair lead before the brawling champion fought back in the fifth round to close the gap. It then became fast and furious, with plenty of fouls thrown in for good measure as both men were guilty of breaking the rules, and in the tenth they actually wrestled each other to the ground. With two rounds to go and the fight on a knife-edge it was Rojas who showed up better with right crosses and uppercuts staggering Park as he made his run for home.   
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1993-12-04 [[Eloy Rojas]] w pts 12 [[Young-Kyun Park]], The Gym, Kwangmyong, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 113-112, 115-111, 111-114. Pounding Park (125¼) from the opening bell, Rojas (125¾) built up a fair lead before the brawling champion fought back in the fifth round to close the gap. It then became fast and furious, with plenty of fouls thrown in for good measure as both men were guilty of breaking the rules, and in the tenth they actually wrestled each other to the ground. With two rounds to go and the fight on a knife-edge it was Rojas who showed up better with right crosses and uppercuts staggering Park as he made his run for home.   
 
    
 
    
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Latest revision as of 17:57, 13 January 2012

1993-12-04 Eloy Rojas w pts 12 Young-Kyun Park, The Gym, Kwangmyong, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 113-112, 115-111, 111-114. Pounding Park (125¼) from the opening bell, Rojas (125¾) built up a fair lead before the brawling champion fought back in the fifth round to close the gap. It then became fast and furious, with plenty of fouls thrown in for good measure as both men were guilty of breaking the rules, and in the tenth they actually wrestled each other to the ground. With two rounds to go and the fight on a knife-edge it was Rojas who showed up better with right crosses and uppercuts staggering Park as he made his run for home.

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