December 22nd 1991-Indoor Gymnasium, Incheon, South Korea
Sung Kil Moon (15-1, 12) vs Torsak Pongsupa (15-1, 11)
In 1991 the then WBC Super Flyweight champion Sung Kil Moon took on Thai challenger Torsak Pongsupa
May 17th 1987-Kudok Gymnasium, Busan, South Korea
Sung Kil Moon (1-0, 1) vs Singnoi Singkrungthon (24-7-1, 10)
In May 1987 Korean fight fans had the chance to see the second professional bout of future world champion Sung Kil Moon, who took on experienced Thai foe Singnoi Singkrungthon
August 14th 1988-New Lamada Renaissance Hotel, Seoul, South Korea
Sung Kil Moon (6-0, 6) vs Khaokor Galaxy (18-0, 13) I
In 1988 Korean fighter Sung Kil Moon challenged unbeaten WBA Bantamweight champion Khaokor Galaxy, the twin of Khaosai Galaxy, in what was his first defense.
June 9th 1990-Palpal Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea
Sung Kil Moon (11-1, 9) vs Gilberto Roman (54-5-1, 35)
In 1990 fight fans in Korea saw one of the greatest Korean fighters in history, Sung Kil Moon, take on Mexican great Gilberto Roman.
???? 1986- Seoul, South Korea
Sung Kil Moon vs Wataru Yamada
At the 1986 Asian games fans saw future world champion Sung Kil Moon battle Japan's Wataru Yamada.
October 1986-Seoul, South Korea
Sung Kil Moon Vs Sophan Surarikal
Back at the 1986 Asian Games fight fans in Korea saw Sung Kil Moon take on Thai Sophan Surarikal in the final of the 54KG division
August 5th 1984-Los Angeles, USA
Sung Kil Moon Vs Robert Shannon
In the 1984 Summer Olympics fight fans saw Korean warrior Sung Kil Moon take on American foe Robert Shannon, in one of the preliminary bouts.
1986-Seoul, South Korea
Sung Kil Moon Vs G. D. Kamble
At the 1986 Asian Games Korean fans saw their fighters dominate, taking all 12 Gold medals! One of the men starring at the games was Sung Kil Moon [문성길] who would later go on to become a professional star. On route to his gold medal Moon took on Indian fighter G. D. Kamble.
February 27th 1993-Olympic Fencing Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea
Sung Kil Moon (18-1, 14) vs Hilario Zapata (43-9-1, 14)
In 1993 Korean warrior Sung Kil Moon [문성길] scored one of his most impressive victories, as he made surprisingly light work of Hilario Zapata, albeit a Zapata who was heading into retirement and wouldn't fight again
March 16th 1991-Pabellón Príncipe Felipe, Zaragoza, Aragón, Spain
Sung Kil Moon (13-1, 10) Vs Nana Yaw Konadu (20-1-1, 16) II
In 1991 fans saw the rematch between Korean favourite Sung Kil Moon [문성길] and Ghana's Nana Yaw Konadu. The bout, which took place in Spain came about 14 months after their first clash, which featured 5 knockdowns.
Here we include some of the best, most interesting, most exciting or most eye catching videos from around the Asian boxing world.