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2004-11-08 [[Mahyar Monshipour]] w rsc 6 [[Yoddamrong Sithyodthong]], Bercy Sports Palace, Paris, France - WBA. Referee: Guillermo Perez. Making his third defence, Monshipour (121¼) was quickly on the attack as he relentlessly set about Sithyodthong (121¾) with hooks and uppercuts, and by the third the latter’s right eye was beginning to close. Unfortunately for the Thai Monshipour was walking through his best punches, a cracking left hook to the liver dropping him in the sixth. On getting up after the mandatory ‘eight’ count and being immediately swamped with punches, Sithyodthong was rescued by the referee at 1.07 of the session.       
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2004-11-08 [[Mahyar Monshipour]] w rsc 6 [[Yoddamrong Sithyodthong]], Bercy Sports Palace, Paris, France - WBA. Referee: Guillermo Perez. Making his third defence, Monshipour (121¼) was quickly on the attack as he relentlessly set about Sithyodthong (121¾) with hooks and uppercuts, and by the third the latter’s right eye was beginning to close. Unfortunately for the Thai, with Monshipour walking through his best punches he was caught by a cracking left hook to the liver that dropped him in the sixth. On getting up after the mandatory ‘eight’ count, Sithyodthong was immediately swamped with punches before being rescued by the referee at 1.07 of the session.       
  
 
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2004-11-08 Mahyar Monshipour w rsc 6 Yoddamrong Sithyodthong, Bercy Sports Palace, Paris, France - WBA. Referee: Guillermo Perez. Making his third defence, Monshipour (121¼) was quickly on the attack as he relentlessly set about Sithyodthong (121¾) with hooks and uppercuts, and by the third the latter’s right eye was beginning to close. Unfortunately for the Thai, with Monshipour walking through his best punches he was caught by a cracking left hook to the liver that dropped him in the sixth. On getting up after the mandatory ‘eight’ count, Sithyodthong was immediately swamped with punches before being rescued by the referee at 1.07 of the session.