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1994-09-03 [[Chana Porpaoin]] w pts 12 [[Keum-Yung Kang]], City Sports Ground Arena, Patthalung, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Masakazu Uchida. Scorecards: 120-110, 119-112, 119-110. Having played cat and mouse with his challenger in the opening two rounds, Porpaoin (105) picked up the pace in the third and was soon landing hard rights to the body and left hooks to the head. In the sixth Kang (104¾) was almost knocked out when he was dropped by such punches, but was saved by the bell. With Porpaoin throwing solid uppercuts to the midsection over the last five sessions, Kang tried to come back with body blows of his own, but was soon pushed back and did well to survive to the final bell.
 
1994-09-03 [[Chana Porpaoin]] w pts 12 [[Keum-Yung Kang]], City Sports Ground Arena, Patthalung, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Masakazu Uchida. Scorecards: 120-110, 119-112, 119-110. Having played cat and mouse with his challenger in the opening two rounds, Porpaoin (105) picked up the pace in the third and was soon landing hard rights to the body and left hooks to the head. In the sixth Kang (104¾) was almost knocked out when he was dropped by such punches, but was saved by the bell. With Porpaoin throwing solid uppercuts to the midsection over the last five sessions, Kang tried to come back with body blows of his own, but was soon pushed back and did well to survive to the final bell.
  
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Revision as of 15:52, 24 December 2011

1994-09-03 Chana Porpaoin w pts 12 Keum-Yung Kang, City Sports Ground Arena, Patthalung, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Masakazu Uchida. Scorecards: 120-110, 119-112, 119-110. Having played cat and mouse with his challenger in the opening two rounds, Porpaoin (105) picked up the pace in the third and was soon landing hard rights to the body and left hooks to the head. In the sixth Kang (104¾) was almost knocked out when he was dropped by such punches, but was saved by the bell. With Porpaoin throwing solid uppercuts to the midsection over the last five sessions, Kang tried to come back with body blows of his own, but was soon pushed back and did well to survive to the final bell.