July 10th 1982-Changchung Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea
Jung Koo Chang (17-0, 8) vs Amado Ursua (28-10, 22)
In 1982 Korean teenager Jung Koo Chang [장정구] took on former world champion Amado Ursua in what was essentially a world title eliminator.
December 13th 1987-Chungmu Gymnasium, Daejeon, South Korea
Jung Koo Chang (34-1, 15) vs Isidro Perez (47-3-3, 36)
In December 1987 Korean legend Jung Koo Chang [장정구] faced Mexican challenger Isidro Perez, with Chang looking to set a new Asian record for most world title defenses, in what was his 14th defense.
April 19th 1987-Sunin Gymnasium, Incheon, South Korea
Jung Koo Chang (32-1, 13) vs Efren Pinto (17-11, 6)
In his 12th defense of the WBC Light Flyweight title Jung Koo Chang [장정구] faced off with Mexican challenger Efren Pinto.
June 28th 1987-Sunin Gymnasium, Incheon, South Korea
Jung Koo Chang (33-1, 14) vs Agustin Garcia (23-5-3, 5)
In June 1987 the legendary Jung Koo Chang [장정구] entered the ring seeking his 13th defense of the WBC Light Flyweight world title. in the opposite corner to the Korean great was Colombian challenger Agustin Garcia.
June 11th 1983-Kyungbok Gymnasium, Daegu, South Korea
Jung Koo Chang (21-1, 10) vs Masaharu Inami (19-2-1, 4)
In the summer of 1983 Korean great Jung Koo Chang [장정구] made his first defense of the WBC Light Flyweight title, taking on Japanese challenger Masaharu Inami.
March 26th 1983-Chungmu Gymnasium, Daejeon, South Korea
Jung Koo Chang (20-1, 9) vs Hilario Zapata (22-2, 9) II
In 1982 Korean great Jung Koo Chang [장정구] suffered his first professional loss, losing a decision to the highly skilled Hilario Zapata, the then WBC Light Flyweight champion. The following year the two men had a rematch with Chang looking to avenge his sole defeat.
December 26th 1981- Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea
Jung Koo Chang (14-0, 5) vs Alfonso Lopez (35-11-2, 20)
In 1981 fight fans in Korea saw Jung Koo Chang [장정구] take a massive step up in class, as he battled former world champion Alfonso Lopez. At the time Chang was just 18 years old and a long way from being the hall of fame sensation he would become, however there was signs of him being something special here.
June 27th 1988-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Jung Koo Chang (35-1, 15) vs Hideyuki Ohashi (8-2, 4) II
In 1988 Korean icon Jung Koo Chang [장정구] travelled to Japan to defend the WBC Light Flyweight title against Japan's Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋 秀行], in a second meeting between the two men
September 13th 1986-Chungmu Gymnasium, Daejeon, South Korea
Jung-Koo Chang (30-1, 12) vs Francisco Montiel (20-5, 13) II
In 1985 Korean fight fans saw the first meeting between Jung Koo Chang [장정구] and Francisco Montiel, with Chang retaining his WBC Light Flyweight title. Just 13 months later the two men engaged in a rematch.
Fore those who haven't seen their first match that's here Jung Koo Chang vs Francisco Montiel I
August 4th 1985-Munhwa Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea
Jung-Koo Chang (27-1, 12) vs Francisco Montiel (18-3, 12) I
In the mid 1980's Korean fans twice saw the brilliant Jung Koo Chang [장정구] battle Mexican tough Francisco Montiel. Here's the first of those two bout.
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