Sung Kil Moon (10-1, 9) Vs Nana Yaw Konadu (18-0-1, 14) I
In today's boxing world we hear a lot about multi-weight world champions who have moved up in weight after struggling to make weight. We rarely hear success stories about fighters who move down in weight. The struggles with moving down in weight often seem to take the best from a fighter who never quite looks the same. That rule however didn't apply to Korean great Sung Kil Moon who began his career at Bantamweight, and won the WBA title there, though really forged his legacy at Super Flyweight. That Super Flyweight legacy began when Moon was involved in an up and war with the tough and unbeaten Nana Yaw Konadu, then the WBC champion. If you've never seen this one you really need to, just for the opening round alone.