Dekkers’ next fight was against Decharwin 6-6-1993 in
Rotterdam/Holland. Ramon knocked him out. No more point decision.
Decharwin faced Ramon Dekkers in Holland where he was incredibly hard to
beat. In front of a hometown crowd, he always seems seemed so dominant.
There was more aggression and pressure fighting at home. Ramon says if you
fight against a Thai in your own country, then you think, “yeah, now, I
can’t lose.” And the Thai was clowning around, trying to win the points as
far as the showmanship. But with Dekkers fighting him in Rotterdam, Holland,
it was going to take more than clowning. It was going to take more of a
punch-kick situation for which Dekkers was the master that night with that
devastating final punch.
Once again it showed the flexibility of Ramon Dekkers because the Thai had
his defense very tucked up high, tucked up behind his guard, when all of a
sudden that devastating liver punch came in and that hurt so bad. The liver
punch did some damage and Dekkers’ opponent couldn’t stand up. Once again, a
KO victory for Ramon Dekkers. Ramon’s left kicks were hard and his punches
also, despite the fact he is right handed.