2001-02-03 Andy Tabanas drew 12 Fahlan Sakkreerin, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO

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2001-02-03 [[Andy Tabanas]] drew 12 [[Fahlan Sakkreerin]], Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Tony Weeks. Scorecards: 114-114, 116-112, 113-115. Fighting for the title forfeited by [[Will Grigsby]], neither Tabanas (108) or the southpaw Sakkreerin (107½), previously known as Fahlan Lukmingkwan, deserved to win the title in what was for a championship contest a tame affair. Cut over the right eye in the seventh, the Thai was unable to exploit his physical advantages enough to gain the nod, while the tiny Tabanas could not get close enough to do any real damage.   
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2001-02-03 [[Andy Tabanas]] drew 12 [[Fahlan Sakkreerin]], Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Tony Weeks. Scorecards: 114-114, 116-112, 113-115. Fighting for the title forfeited by [[Will Grigsby]], neither Tabanas (108) or the southpaw Sakkreerin (107½), previously known as Fahlan Lukmingkwan, deserved to win the title in what was for a championship contest a tame affair. Cut over the right eye in the seventh, the Thai was unable to exploit his physical advantages to gain the nod, while the tiny Tabanas could not get close enough to do any real damage.   
  
 
Following this, Tabanas was matched against [[Nelson Dieppa]], with the winner to make his first defence against Sakkreerin.
 
Following this, Tabanas was matched against [[Nelson Dieppa]], with the winner to make his first defence against Sakkreerin.

Latest revision as of 14:58, 13 November 2012

2001-02-03 Andy Tabanas drew 12 Fahlan Sakkreerin, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - WBO. Referee: Tony Weeks. Scorecards: 114-114, 116-112, 113-115. Fighting for the title forfeited by Will Grigsby, neither Tabanas (108) or the southpaw Sakkreerin (107½), previously known as Fahlan Lukmingkwan, deserved to win the title in what was for a championship contest a tame affair. Cut over the right eye in the seventh, the Thai was unable to exploit his physical advantages to gain the nod, while the tiny Tabanas could not get close enough to do any real damage.

Following this, Tabanas was matched against Nelson Dieppa, with the winner to make his first defence against Sakkreerin.

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