1997-05-31 Jesus Chong w rsc 2 Eric Griffin, Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO

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1997-05-31 Jesus Chong w rsc 2 Eric Griffin, Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Jay Nady. Fighting to decide who would replace Jacob Matlala as the WBO champion, Chong (107½) quickly deposed of an old rival in Lucas (108), who was dropped twice in the second round and saved from taking further punishment on the 2.13 mark.       
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1997-05-31 [[Jesus Chong]] w rsc 2 [[Eric Griffin]], Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Jay Nady. Fighting to decide who would replace [[Jacob Matlala]] as the WBO champion, Chong (107½) quickly deposed of an old rival in Lucas (108), who was dropped twice in the second round and saved from taking further punishment on the 2.13 mark.       
  
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1997-05-31 Jesus Chong w rsc 2 Eric Griffin, Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Jay Nady. Fighting to decide who would replace Jacob Matlala as the WBO champion, Chong (107½) quickly deposed of an old rival in Lucas (108), who was dropped twice in the second round and saved from taking further punishment on the 2.13 mark.

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