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1995-05-07 Saen Sorploenchit w pts 12 Evangelio Perez, Ank-Senh Samakee Stadium, Hat Yai, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Rudy Battle. Scorecards: 117-111, 116-114, 116-113. Faster, sharper and more accurate than the challenger, Sorploenchit (111½) got away to a good start until it developed into a war during the second half after Perez (111½) got home with some heavy punches. The champion’s good work always gave him the edge, but both men were too tired to change the course of the fight in the latter stages.             
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1995-05-07 [[Saen Sor Ploenchit]] w pts 12 [[Evangelio Perez]], Ank-Senh Samakee Stadium, Hat Yai, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Rudy Battle. Scorecards: 117-111, 116-114, 116-113. Faster, sharper and more accurate than the challenger, Sor Ploenchit (111½) got away to a good start until it developed into a war during the second half after Perez (111½) got home with some heavy punches. The champion’s good work always gave him the edge, but both men were too tired to change the course of the fight in the latter stages.             
  
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Revision as of 13:13, 31 December 2011

1995-05-07 Saen Sor Ploenchit w pts 12 Evangelio Perez, Ank-Senh Samakee Stadium, Hat Yai, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Rudy Battle. Scorecards: 117-111, 116-114, 116-113. Faster, sharper and more accurate than the challenger, Sor Ploenchit (111½) got away to a good start until it developed into a war during the second half after Perez (111½) got home with some heavy punches. The champion’s good work always gave him the edge, but both men were too tired to change the course of the fight in the latter stages.