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1994-10-09 [[Leo Gamez]] w co 6 [[Pichit Chor Siriwat]], Ramkhamhaeng University, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. Making a good start with a wide range of punches, the southpaw challenger, Chor Siriwat (107½), the younger brother of the better known Pichit Sitbangprachan, dropped Gamez (107½) in the second round with a heavy right before going on to dominate the next three sessions until the momentum changed in the sixth. It was then that Gamez went for the body, the change being instant as the Thai weakened rapidly prior to being sunk by a right-left-right combination, the result of which saw the challenger counted out on the two-minute mark.     
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1994-10-09 [[Leo Gamez]] w co 6 [[Pichit Chor Siriwat]], Ramkhamhaeng University, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. Making a good start with a wide range of punches, the southpaw challenger, Chor Siriwat (107½), the younger brother of the better known Pichit Sitbangprachan, dropped Gamez (107½) in the second round with a heavy right before going on to dominate the next three sessions. In the sixth, however, Siriwat lost his momentum. It was then that Gamez went for the body, the change being instant as the Thai weakened rapidly prior to being sunk by a right-left-right combination, the result of which saw the challenger counted out on the two-minute mark.     
  
 
[[Category: 1994 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1994 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Flyweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Flyweight Division]]

Revision as of 10:03, 4 March 2013

1994-10-09 Leo Gamez w co 6 Pichit Chor Siriwat, Ramkhamhaeng University, Bangkok, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. Making a good start with a wide range of punches, the southpaw challenger, Chor Siriwat (107½), the younger brother of the better known Pichit Sitbangprachan, dropped Gamez (107½) in the second round with a heavy right before going on to dominate the next three sessions. In the sixth, however, Siriwat lost his momentum. It was then that Gamez went for the body, the change being instant as the Thai weakened rapidly prior to being sunk by a right-left-right combination, the result of which saw the challenger counted out on the two-minute mark.