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1997-03-01 Yokthai Sith-Oar w pts 12 Aquiles Guzman, Provincial Stadium, Chachoensao, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Stan Christodoulou. Scorecards: 119-111, 118-112, 115-113. A tough one to score saw the shorter Guzman (115) effectively working on the inside to make life extremely difficult for Sith-Oar (115), before eventually deciding to box at distance where he confused the champion with his movement and accuracy. Taking the fight to Guzman in the second half, it was Sith-Oar’s aggression that won the day. According to some reports it was Rudy Battle who refereed, not Stan Christodoulou.   
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1997-03-01 [[Yokthai Sithoar]] w pts 12 [[Aquiles Guzman]], Provincial Stadium, Chachoensao, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Stan Christodoulou. Scorecards: 119-111, 118-112, 115-113. A tough one to score saw the shorter Guzman (115) effectively working on the inside to make life extremely difficult for Sithoar (115), before eventually deciding to box at distance where he confused the champion with his movement and accuracy. Taking the fight to Guzman in the second half, it was Sithoar’s aggression that won the day. According to some reports it was Rudy Battle who refereed, not Stan Christodoulou.   
  
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1997-03-01 Yokthai Sithoar w pts 12 Aquiles Guzman, Provincial Stadium, Chachoensao, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Stan Christodoulou. Scorecards: 119-111, 118-112, 115-113. A tough one to score saw the shorter Guzman (115) effectively working on the inside to make life extremely difficult for Sithoar (115), before eventually deciding to box at distance where he confused the champion with his movement and accuracy. Taking the fight to Guzman in the second half, it was Sithoar’s aggression that won the day. According to some reports it was Rudy Battle who refereed, not Stan Christodoulou.