Difference between revisions of "1997-06-14 Gerry Penalosa w co 9 Seung-Koo Lee, Mactan Air Base, Cebu, Philippines - WBC"

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1997-06-14 [[Gerry Penalosa]] w co 9 [[Seung-Koo Lee]], Mactan Air Base, Cebu, Philippines - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Making his first defence, Penalosa (115) was too powerful for Lee (115), who was dropped towards the end of the first round and rarely threatened from then on, thus allowing the champion to pull away on the scorecards with southpaw jabs and one-twos without much response. Having picked it up in the sixth, Penalosa got closer to Lee and in the ninth a right-left put the South Korean on the canvas where he was counted out at 0.56.     
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1997-06-14 [[Gerry Penalosa]] w co 9 [[Seung-Koo Lee]], Mactan Air Base, Cebu, Philippines - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Making his first defence, Penalosa (115) was too powerful for Lee (115), who was dropped towards the end of the first round and rarely threatened from then on, thus allowing the champion to pull away on the scorecards with southpaw jabs and one-twos without much response. Having picked it up in the sixth Penalosa got closer to Lee, and in the ninth a right-left put the South Korean on the canvas where he was counted out at 0.56.     
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:44, 14 November 2012

1997-06-14 Gerry Penalosa w co 9 Seung-Koo Lee, Mactan Air Base, Cebu, Philippines - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Making his first defence, Penalosa (115) was too powerful for Lee (115), who was dropped towards the end of the first round and rarely threatened from then on, thus allowing the champion to pull away on the scorecards with southpaw jabs and one-twos without much response. Having picked it up in the sixth Penalosa got closer to Lee, and in the ninth a right-left put the South Korean on the canvas where he was counted out at 0.56.