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1963-09-18 [[Hiroyuki Ebihara]] w co 1 (15) [[Pone Kingpetch]], The Gym, Tokyo, Japan - WORLD. Referee: Sang Hiranyalekha. On following in the footsteps of Yoshio Shirai and Fighting Harada, the fast moving, hard punching Ebihara (112) won the championship inside two minutes and seven seconds, a southpaw left to the jaw doing the damage. Moments earlier, Kingpetch (110¾) had taken a mandatory ‘eight’ count and at the finish had landed just two punches.  
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1963-09-18 [[Hiroyuki Ebihara]] w co 1 (15) [[Pone Kingpetch]], The Gym, Tokyo, Japan - WORLD. Referee: Sang Hiranyalekha. On following in the footsteps of Yoshio Shirai and Fighting Harada, the fast moving, hard punching Ebihara (112) won the championship inside two minutes and seven seconds, a southpaw left to the jaw doing the damage. Moments earlier Kingpetch (110¾) had taken a mandatory ‘eight’ count, and at the finish had landed just two punches.  
  
Coming into the ring, Ebihara had 36 wins from 38 contests on his record and had beaten [[Johnny Jamito]], [[Ray Perez]] and [[Chartchai Chionoi]].
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Revision as of 03:02, 14 November 2012

1963-09-18 Hiroyuki Ebihara w co 1 (15) Pone Kingpetch, The Gym, Tokyo, Japan - WORLD. Referee: Sang Hiranyalekha. On following in the footsteps of Yoshio Shirai and Fighting Harada, the fast moving, hard punching Ebihara (112) won the championship inside two minutes and seven seconds, a southpaw left to the jaw doing the damage. Moments earlier Kingpetch (110¾) had taken a mandatory ‘eight’ count, and at the finish had landed just two punches.