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1995-05-20 [[Ratanapol Sor Vorapin]] w rtd 2 [[Oscar Alfonso Flores]], Municipal Soccer Stadium, Chiang Mai, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Leaping into action from the opening bell, Sor Vorapin (104½) began cracking in right-lefts and soon had a result as a hefty left hook to the body put the challenger down for a mandatory ‘eight’ count. In the second, Sor Vorapin picked up where he left off and Flores (105) was soon floored for another ‘eight’ count. The end was in sight, and after heavy punches to head and body dropped Flores for ‘six’ his corner signalled the end with 1.52 of the round gone.
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1995-05-20 [[Ratanapol Sor Vorapin]] w rtd 2 [[Oscar Alfonso Flores]], Municipal Soccer Stadium, Chiang Mai, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Leaping into action from the opening bell, when Sor Vorapin (104½) began cracking in right-lefts a hefty left hook to the body soon put the challenger down for a mandatory ‘eight’ count. In the second, Sor Vorapin picked up where he left off, Flores (105) being floored for another ‘eight’ count. The end was in sight, and after heavy punches to head and body dropped Flores for ‘six’ his corner signalled the end with 1.52 of the round gone.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:20, 1 March 2013

1995-05-20 Ratanapol Sor Vorapin w rtd 2 Oscar Alfonso Flores, Municipal Soccer Stadium, Chiang Mai, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Bobby Ferrara. Leaping into action from the opening bell, when Sor Vorapin (104½) began cracking in right-lefts a hefty left hook to the body soon put the challenger down for a mandatory ‘eight’ count. In the second, Sor Vorapin picked up where he left off, Flores (105) being floored for another ‘eight’ count. The end was in sight, and after heavy punches to head and body dropped Flores for ‘six’ his corner signalled the end with 1.52 of the round gone.