1976-03-06 David Kotey w rsc 12 (15) Flipper Uehara, The Sports Stadium, Accra, Ghana - WBC

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1976-03-06 David Kotey w rsc 12 (15) Flipper Uehara, The Sports Stadium, Accra, Ghana - WBC. Referee: Harry Gibbs. Showing his class, Kotey (126) speared the shorter Uehara (124½) with left jabs, followed by hooks and uppercuts to head and body from the opening bell and for five rounds the challenger looked to be on his way out. However, recharging his batteries, Uehara came back strongly in rounds six and seven as he tried to find the punch that would turn things around, but was ultimately outgunned and from the eighth it was Kotey all the way. With Uehara puffy around the eyes, in the 11th the referee called for a doctor’s inspection and although the man from Japan was allowed to continue, the intervention eventually arrived in the 12th when Kotey opened up to have his rival defenceless.       
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1976-03-06 [[David Kotey]] w rsc 12 (15) [[Flipper Uehara]], The Sports Stadium, Accra, Ghana - WBC. Referee: Harry Gibbs. Showing his class, Kotey (126) speared the shorter Uehara (124½) with left jabs, followed by hooks and uppercuts to head and body from the opening bell and for five rounds the challenger looked to be on his way out. However, recharging his batteries, Uehara came back strongly in rounds six and seven as he tried to find the punch that would turn things around, but was ultimately outgunned and from the eighth it was Kotey all the way. With Uehara puffy around the eyes, in the 11th the referee called for a doctor’s inspection and although the man from Japan was allowed to continue, the intervention eventually arrived in the 12th when Kotey opened up to have his rival defenceless.       
  
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Revision as of 13:05, 13 January 2012

1976-03-06 David Kotey w rsc 12 (15) Flipper Uehara, The Sports Stadium, Accra, Ghana - WBC. Referee: Harry Gibbs. Showing his class, Kotey (126) speared the shorter Uehara (124½) with left jabs, followed by hooks and uppercuts to head and body from the opening bell and for five rounds the challenger looked to be on his way out. However, recharging his batteries, Uehara came back strongly in rounds six and seven as he tried to find the punch that would turn things around, but was ultimately outgunned and from the eighth it was Kotey all the way. With Uehara puffy around the eyes, in the 11th the referee called for a doctor’s inspection and although the man from Japan was allowed to continue, the intervention eventually arrived in the 12th when Kotey opened up to have his rival defenceless.

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