Kyung Duk Ahn (29-1, 12) Vs Julio Cesar Chavez (72-0, 60)
South Korean fighters have long been known for their heart, guts and spirit. Sometimes that heart can over-come a small difference in skills with the sheer will to win being enough to make a more talented fighter crumble mentally. Sometimes however a fighter comes across someone who is just too good, and for most fighters Julio Cesar Chavez was simply too good. In 1990 we saw Chavez battle against South Korea's Kyun Duk Ahn and the decks were certainly stacked against the South Korean, could his will over come the ability of Chavez?