2004-09-14 Muhammad Rachman w pts 12 Daniel Reyes, Kalapa Gading Sports Mall, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF

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2004-09-14 Muhammad Rachman w pts 12 Daniel Reyes, Kalapa Gading Sports Mall, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: John Wright. Scorecards: 113-116, 115-113, 116-112. In what was a very close fight, Reyes (105) left Indonesia minus his title after two judges decided that the aggressive Rachman (105), who was 27 unbeaten coming into the fight, had done enough to warrant the decision. Undoubtedly it was a tough one to call, but Rachman appeared to land more clean punches despite being frequently outboxed. Following the decision, Reyes called for an immediate rematch and filed a complaint with the IBF, but to no avail.
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2004-09-14 [[Muhammad Rachman]] w pts 12 [[Daniel Reyes]], Kalapa Gading Sports Mall, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: John Wright. Scorecards: 113-116, 115-113, 116-112. In what was a very close fight, Reyes (105) left Indonesia minus his title after two judges decided that the aggressive Rachman (105), who was 27 unbeaten coming into the fight, had done enough to warrant the decision. Undoubtedly it was a tough one to call, but Rachman appeared to land more clean punches despite being frequently outboxed. Following the decision, Reyes called for an immediate rematch and filed a complaint with the IBF to no avail.
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Latest revision as of 16:18, 1 March 2013

2004-09-14 Muhammad Rachman w pts 12 Daniel Reyes, Kalapa Gading Sports Mall, Jakarta, Indonesia - IBF. Referee: John Wright. Scorecards: 113-116, 115-113, 116-112. In what was a very close fight, Reyes (105) left Indonesia minus his title after two judges decided that the aggressive Rachman (105), who was 27 unbeaten coming into the fight, had done enough to warrant the decision. Undoubtedly it was a tough one to call, but Rachman appeared to land more clean punches despite being frequently outboxed. Following the decision, Reyes called for an immediate rematch and filed a complaint with the IBF to no avail.

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