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2000-06-17 Yo-Sam Choi w co 5 Chart Kiatpetch, Olympic Gymnastic Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Malcolm Bulner. Making his first defence, Choi (108) got off to a good start, dropping Kiatpetch (107¾) in the second round and pounding away until the challenger finally dropped from a body shot in the fifth. Kiatpetch, who was not of championship class, was counted out on the 2.50 mark having given it his best shot.   
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2000-06-17 [[Yo-Sam Choi]] w co 5 [[Chart Kiatpetch]], Olympic Gymnastic Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Malcolm Bulner. Making his first defence, Choi (108) got off to a good start, flooring Kiatpetch (107¾) in the second round and pounding away until the challenger finally dropped from a body shot in the fifth. Kiatpetch, who was not of championship class, was counted out on the 2.50 mark having given it his best shot.   
  
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2000-06-17 Yo-Sam Choi w co 5 Chart Kiatpetch, Olympic Gymnastic Gym, Seoul, South Korea - WBC. Referee: Malcolm Bulner. Making his first defence, Choi (108) got off to a good start, flooring Kiatpetch (107¾) in the second round and pounding away until the challenger finally dropped from a body shot in the fifth. Kiatpetch, who was not of championship class, was counted out on the 2.50 mark having given it his best shot.