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2002-01-19 [[Rosendo Alvarez]] w rsc 12 [[Pichit Chor Siriwat]], Jai-Alai Fronton, Miami, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Armando Garcia. As the challenger’s power decreased, Alvarez (108) merely stepped up the pressure, the accuracy of his punches beginning to tell in the middle rounds when all Chor Siriwat (108) had left was his huge heart. However, it was not enough. Despite the Thai hitting the deck in the eighth following a salvo of punches, he somehow managing to get through to the 12th where he was jumped on. Following a battery of blows Chor Siriwat was eventually floored in his own corner by a heavy right-left-right combination, and although getting up he was under severe pressure when rescued by the referee on the 2.10 mark.     
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2002-01-19 [[Rosendo Alvarez]] w rsc 12 [[Pichit Chor Siriwat]], Jai-Alai Fronton, Miami, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Armando Garcia. As the challenger’s power decreased, Alvarez (108) merely stepped up the pressure, the accuracy of his punches beginning to tell in the middle rounds when all Chor Siriwat (108) had left was his huge heart. However, it was not enough. Despite the Thai hitting the deck in the eighth following a salvo of punches, he somehow managed to get through to the 12th before being jumped on again. Following a battery of blows Chor Siriwat was eventually floored in his own corner by a heavy right-left-right combination, and although getting up he was under severe pressure when rescued by the referee on the 2.10 mark.     
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:47, 4 March 2013

2002-01-19 Rosendo Alvarez w rsc 12 Pichit Chor Siriwat, Jai-Alai Fronton, Miami, Florida, USA - WBA. Referee: Armando Garcia. As the challenger’s power decreased, Alvarez (108) merely stepped up the pressure, the accuracy of his punches beginning to tell in the middle rounds when all Chor Siriwat (108) had left was his huge heart. However, it was not enough. Despite the Thai hitting the deck in the eighth following a salvo of punches, he somehow managed to get through to the 12th before being jumped on again. Following a battery of blows Chor Siriwat was eventually floored in his own corner by a heavy right-left-right combination, and although getting up he was under severe pressure when rescued by the referee on the 2.10 mark.