October 18th 2019-Incheon Gymnasium, Incheon, South Korea
In Chul Baek (38-1, 36) vs Jun Suk Hwang (34-2, 23)
Back in October 1986 the heavy handed In Chul Baek [백인철] faced off with Jun Suk Hwang [황준석], with Baek looking to defense the OPBF Light Middleweight title.
July 27th 1986-Jeonju Gymnasium, Jeonju, South Korea
Jun Suk Hwang (33-2, 22) vs Rolando Aldemir (17-6-5, 12)
In the summer of 1986 Korean fighter Jun Suk Hwang [황준석], the then OPBF Welterweight champion took on Filipino challenger Rolando Aldemir.
July 12th 1984-Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California, USA
Jun Suk Hwang (26-2, 17) vs Pipino Cuevas (30-9, 27)
In 1984 Korean fighter Jun Suk Hwang [황준석] faced off with the hard hitting Pipino Cuevas in Los Angeles. Coming into this bout Jun was 0-2 in the US, but had been the South Korean and OPBF Welterweight champion. Cuevas on the other hand was the former WBA Welterweight champion.
April 18th 1982-Jeonju Gymnasium, Jeonju, South Korea
Jun Suk Hwang (15-0, 6) vs Chung Jae Hwang (22-0, 19)
In 1980 the big punchign Chung Jae Hwang [황충재] claimed the OPBF Welterweight title, a title he would defend regularly in what was a very busy reign, in 1982 he came up against fellow unbeaten Korean Jung Suk Hwang [황준석]. By that point the champion had scored 14 defenses in just 26 months! Notably the challenger would, later on, challenge for world titles in what was part of a great era of Korean boxing.
February 13th 1983-Tarrant Co Convention Center, Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Jun-Suk Hwang (21-0, 12) Vs Donald Curry (15-0, 12)
In 1983 Jun Suk Hwang [황준석] became the first Korean to challenge for a Welterweight title as he took on unbeaten American Donald Curry for the vacant WBA title, which has been vacated by the great Sugar Ray Leonard.
*Note boxrec list Curry as being 15-0 (11)
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