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1961-06-27 Pone Kingpetch w pts 15 Mitsunori Seki, Kuramae Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WORLD. Referee: Cheaur Chaksuraks. Scorecards: 147-138, 147-138, 144-145. Although Seki (112) started well, employing an accurate left jab, Kingpetch (111¾) proved to be the stronger of the two when using sustained attacks to the body which eventually paid dividends as the challenger slowed towards the end. Scheduled to defend against Kyo Noguchi on 23 March 1962, it was put back until May due to Kingpetch suffering an injury to his right hand just days before the fight took place.  
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1961-06-27 [[Pone Kingpetch]] w pts 15 [[Mitsunori Seki]], Kuramae Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WORLD. Referee: Cheaur Chaksuraks. Scorecards: 147-138, 147-138, 144-145. Although Seki (112) started well, employing an accurate left jab, Kingpetch (111¾) proved to be the stronger of the two when using sustained attacks to the body which eventually paid dividends as the challenger slowed towards the end.  
  
[[Category: 1961 Flyweight Title Contests]]
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Scheduled to defend against [[Kyo Noguchi]] on 23 March 1962, it was put back until May due to Kingpetch suffering an injury to his right hand just days before the fight took place.
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[[Category: 1961 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Flyweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Flyweight Division]]

Revision as of 17:08, 30 December 2011

1961-06-27 Pone Kingpetch w pts 15 Mitsunori Seki, Kuramae Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WORLD. Referee: Cheaur Chaksuraks. Scorecards: 147-138, 147-138, 144-145. Although Seki (112) started well, employing an accurate left jab, Kingpetch (111¾) proved to be the stronger of the two when using sustained attacks to the body which eventually paid dividends as the challenger slowed towards the end.

Scheduled to defend against Kyo Noguchi on 23 March 1962, it was put back until May due to Kingpetch suffering an injury to his right hand just days before the fight took place.