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2000-05-14 In-Joo Cho w pts 12 Julio Cesar Avila, Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Richie Davies. Scorecards: 118-109, 118-109, 117-111. Sporting a five-inch reach advantage, Cho (115) certainly made it pay when using his fast footwork to keep Avila (114¾) on the end of his left jab throughout. Too slow to make up the ground, the challenger, still trying to get to close quarters, was also caught heavily with well-timed uppercuts in the middle rounds, but survived them to make it to the final bell.       
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2000-05-14 [[In-Joo Cho]] w pts 12 [[Julio Cesar Avila]], Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Richie Davies. Scorecards: 118-109, 118-109, 117-111. Sporting a five-inch reach advantage, Cho (115) certainly made it pay when using his fast footwork to keep Avila (114¾) on the end of his left jab throughout. Too slow to make up the ground, the challenger, still trying to get to close quarters, was also caught heavily with well-timed uppercuts in the middle rounds, but survived them to make it to the final bell.       
  
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2000-05-14 In-Joo Cho w pts 12 Julio Cesar Avila, Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Richie Davies. Scorecards: 118-109, 118-109, 117-111. Sporting a five-inch reach advantage, Cho (115) certainly made it pay when using his fast footwork to keep Avila (114¾) on the end of his left jab throughout. Too slow to make up the ground, the challenger, still trying to get to close quarters, was also caught heavily with well-timed uppercuts in the middle rounds, but survived them to make it to the final bell.