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1996-10-27 [[Daorung Chuwatana]] w tdec 10 [[Nana Yaw Konadu]], Outdoor Stadium, Uttaradit Province, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. Scorecards: 97-96, 97-94, 98-94. The challenger made a good start with body shots, while Konadu (118) used his longer reach to counter with left jabs. In the sixth, Chuwatana (118) staggered Konadu with a fierce left hook, followed by combinations, and the battle really heated up in the ninth when Konadu received a warning for a head butt that damaged Chuwatana’s left eye. The tenth round saw Konadu’s left jab open the tiring Chuwatana’s eye up further and during the interval, after the doctor deemed it too serious for the latter to continue, it went to the judges.
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1996-10-27 [[Daorung Chuwatana]] w tdec 10 [[Nana Yaw Konadu]], Outdoor Stadium, Uttaradit Province, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. Scorecards: 97-96, 97-94, 98-94. The challenger made a good start with body shots, while Konadu (118) used his longer reach to counter with left jabs. In the sixth, Chuwatana (118) staggered Konadu with a fierce left hook, followed by combinations, and the battle really heated up in the ninth when Konadu received a warning for a head butt that damaged Chuwatana’s left eye. The tenth round saw Konadu’s left jab open the tiring Chuwatana’s eye up further, and during the interval after the doctor deemed it too serious for the latter to continue it went to the judges.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:54, 23 November 2012

1996-10-27 Daorung Chuwatana w tdec 10 Nana Yaw Konadu, Outdoor Stadium, Uttaradit Province, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Waldemar Schmidt. Scorecards: 97-96, 97-94, 98-94. The challenger made a good start with body shots, while Konadu (118) used his longer reach to counter with left jabs. In the sixth, Chuwatana (118) staggered Konadu with a fierce left hook, followed by combinations, and the battle really heated up in the ninth when Konadu received a warning for a head butt that damaged Chuwatana’s left eye. The tenth round saw Konadu’s left jab open the tiring Chuwatana’s eye up further, and during the interval after the doctor deemed it too serious for the latter to continue it went to the judges.