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1994-07-02 [[Wilfredo Vazquez]] w rsc 2 [[Jae-Won Choi]], Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. With the challenger throwing lightweight jabs from the opening bell, it did not take Vazquez (121½) long to get his right across and he twice stunned his rival before the end of the first round. The first knockdown came early in the second when a countering right dropped Choi (122) and although the South Korean got up, towards the end of the session he was put through the ropes from left-rights, whereupon the referee had seen enough. The finish was timed at 1.46.           
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1994-07-02 [[Wilfredo Vazquez]] w rsc 2 [[Jae-Won Choi]], Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. With the challenger throwing lightweight jabs from the opening bell it did not take Vazquez (121½) long to get his right across, and he twice stunned his rival before the end of the first round. The first knockdown came early in the second when a countering right dropped Choi (122). Although the South Korean got up, towards the end of the session he was put through the ropes from more left-rights, whereupon the referee had seen enough. The finish was timed at 1.46.           
  
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Latest revision as of 16:48, 24 March 2013

1994-07-02 Wilfredo Vazquez w rsc 2 Jae-Won Choi, Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. With the challenger throwing lightweight jabs from the opening bell it did not take Vazquez (121½) long to get his right across, and he twice stunned his rival before the end of the first round. The first knockdown came early in the second when a countering right dropped Choi (122). Although the South Korean got up, towards the end of the session he was put through the ropes from more left-rights, whereupon the referee had seen enough. The finish was timed at 1.46.