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2004-07-15 [[Pongsaklek Wonjongkam]] w rsc 5 [[Luis Angel Martinez]], Central Sports Centre, Khonkaen, Thailand - WBC. Referee: David Chung. Yet again showing his southpaw skills and controlled aggression to the full, the champion dominated from the opening bell before suffering a bad cut over his left eye in the fourth, for which Martinez (112) was deducted a point for an accidental butt. From thereon Wonjongkam (112), leaving nothing to chance, picked up the pace to work Martinez over and drop him heavily with a right hook in the fifth. Back in the fray, but under severe pressure from Wonjongkam’s follow up attack, Martinez was rescued by the referee at 1.49 of the session.       
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2004-07-15 [[Pongsaklek Wonjongkam]] w rsc 5 [[Luis Angel Martinez]], Central Sports Centre, Khonkaen, Thailand - WBC. Referee: David Chung. Yet again showing his southpaw skills and controlled aggression to the full, the champion dominated from the opening bell before suffering a bad cut over his left eye in the fourth, for which Martinez (112) was deducted a point for an accidental butt. From there onwards, Wonjongkam (112), leaving nothing to chance, picked up the pace to work Martinez over and drop him heavily with a right hook in the fifth. Back in the fray, but under severe pressure from Wonjongkam’s follow-up attack, Martinez was rescued by the referee at 1.49 of the session.       
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:28, 14 November 2012

2004-07-15 Pongsaklek Wonjongkam w rsc 5 Luis Angel Martinez, Central Sports Centre, Khonkaen, Thailand - WBC. Referee: David Chung. Yet again showing his southpaw skills and controlled aggression to the full, the champion dominated from the opening bell before suffering a bad cut over his left eye in the fourth, for which Martinez (112) was deducted a point for an accidental butt. From there onwards, Wonjongkam (112), leaving nothing to chance, picked up the pace to work Martinez over and drop him heavily with a right hook in the fifth. Back in the fray, but under severe pressure from Wonjongkam’s follow-up attack, Martinez was rescued by the referee at 1.49 of the session.