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1998-02-27 [[Chatchai Sasakul]] w pts 12 [[Young-Jin Kim]], Koh Samui Ampitheatre, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Jose Medina. Scorecards: 117-111, 119-111, 119-111. Carrying a sprained right wrist into the fight, Sasakul (111½), who got off to flying start, soon realised he had problems and showed great character in fighting a one-handed campaign to retain his title. There was no doubting the effort of Kim (111½), but he was clumsy by comparison and was unable to take advantage of the opportunity.   
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1998-02-27 [[Chatchai Sasakul]] w pts 12 [[Young-Jin Kim]], Koh Samui Amphitheatre, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Jose Medina. Scorecards: 117-111, 119-111, 119-111. Carrying a sprained right wrist into the fight, Sasakul (111½), who got off to flying start, soon realised he had problems and showed great character in fighting a one-handed campaign to retain his title. There was no doubting the effort of Kim (111½), but he was clumsy by comparison and was unable to take advantage of the opportunity.   
  
 
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Revision as of 13:31, 13 March 2012

1998-02-27 Chatchai Sasakul w pts 12 Young-Jin Kim, Koh Samui Amphitheatre, Bangkok, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Jose Medina. Scorecards: 117-111, 119-111, 119-111. Carrying a sprained right wrist into the fight, Sasakul (111½), who got off to flying start, soon realised he had problems and showed great character in fighting a one-handed campaign to retain his title. There was no doubting the effort of Kim (111½), but he was clumsy by comparison and was unable to take advantage of the opportunity.