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2000-05-19 Malcolm Tunacao w rsc 7 Medgoen Singsurat, Srimnang Outdoor Arena, Udon Thani, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Brian McMahon. With a relentless display of aggression, Tunacao (111) ground down Singsurat (112), now fighting as Kratingdaeng-Gym, to defeat at 1.53 of the seventh when the referee had seen enough and rescued the brave champion to save him from further punishment. Both men were badly cut, Tunacao, a lanky southpaw, over the left eye and Singsurat being gashed on the right eye.   
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2000-05-19 [[Malcolm Tunacao]] w rsc 7 [[Medgoen Singsurat]], Srimnang Outdoor Arena, Udon Thani, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Brian McMahon. With a relentless display of aggression, Tunacao (111) ground down Singsurat (112), also known as 3-K Battery, to defeat at 1.53 of the seventh when the referee had seen enough and rescued the brave champion to save him from further punishment. Both men were badly cut, Tunacao, a lanky southpaw, over the left eye and Singsurat being gashed on the right eye.   
  
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2000-05-19 Malcolm Tunacao w rsc 7 Medgoen Singsurat, Srimnang Outdoor Arena, Udon Thani, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Brian McMahon. With a relentless display of aggression, Tunacao (111) ground down Singsurat (112), also known as 3-K Battery, to defeat at 1.53 of the seventh when the referee had seen enough and rescued the brave champion to save him from further punishment. Both men were badly cut, Tunacao, a lanky southpaw, over the left eye and Singsurat being gashed on the right eye.