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1995-07-22 [[Alimi Goitia]] w co 4 [[Hyung-Chul Lee]], Changchung Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Armand Krief. Given little chance of winning, Goitia (115), a stylish southpaw, was ahead nearing the end of the fourth when he let go a straight left which put Lee (114½) down heavily just as the bell went to end the round. After completing the count, the referee consulted the supervisor who agreed that the kayo punch had not infringed the rules. The official line showed the count out to be timed at 3.06, just six seconds beyond the duration of the round.       
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1995-07-22 [[Alimi Goitia]] w co 4 [[Hyung-Chul Lee]], Changchung Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Armand Krief. Given little chance of winning, Goitia (115), a stylish southpaw, was ahead nearing the end of the fourth when he let go a straight left which put Lee (114½) down heavily just as the bell went to end the round. After completing the count, the referee consulted the supervisor who agreed that the kayo punch had not infringed the rules. The official line showed the count-out to be timed at 3.06, just six seconds beyond the duration of the round.       
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:04, 12 March 2013

1995-07-22 Alimi Goitia w co 4 Hyung-Chul Lee, Changchung Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Armand Krief. Given little chance of winning, Goitia (115), a stylish southpaw, was ahead nearing the end of the fourth when he let go a straight left which put Lee (114½) down heavily just as the bell went to end the round. After completing the count, the referee consulted the supervisor who agreed that the kayo punch had not infringed the rules. The official line showed the count-out to be timed at 3.06, just six seconds beyond the duration of the round.