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1997-08-30 Ratanapol Sorvoraphin w rsc 2 Wellington Vicente, Indoor Provincial Stadium, Nong Khai, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Abraham Pacheco. Having made a good start, Sorvoraphin (105) never gave Vicente (105) a chance to get going and in the second round he sent his challenger reeling into the ropes with a heavy left to the body before unloading some 30 unanswered blows to the head. Somewhat belatedly, the referee jumped in to rescue the beleagured Vicente with just five seconds of the session remaining.
 
1997-08-30 Ratanapol Sorvoraphin w rsc 2 Wellington Vicente, Indoor Provincial Stadium, Nong Khai, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Abraham Pacheco. Having made a good start, Sorvoraphin (105) never gave Vicente (105) a chance to get going and in the second round he sent his challenger reeling into the ropes with a heavy left to the body before unloading some 30 unanswered blows to the head. Somewhat belatedly, the referee jumped in to rescue the beleagured Vicente with just five seconds of the session remaining.
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Revision as of 17:23, 23 November 2011

1997-08-30 Ratanapol Sorvoraphin w rsc 2 Wellington Vicente, Indoor Provincial Stadium, Nong Khai, Thailand - IBF. Referee: Abraham Pacheco. Having made a good start, Sorvoraphin (105) never gave Vicente (105) a chance to get going and in the second round he sent his challenger reeling into the ropes with a heavy left to the body before unloading some 30 unanswered blows to the head. Somewhat belatedly, the referee jumped in to rescue the beleagured Vicente with just five seconds of the session remaining.