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1977-01-01 Guty Espadas w rtd 7 (15) Jiro Takada, Nihon University Auditorium, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Servio Tulio Ley. A one-sided affair from the beginning saw Takada (112) dropped in the third round but bravely fight back despite a badly swollen right eye before his situation was compounded when his other eye began to close. Finally, at 1.46 of the seventh, the towel was thrown into the ring as Espadas (111¼) was pounding the challenger at will along the ropes.   
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1977-01-01 [[Guty Espadas]] w rtd 7 (15) [[Jiro Takada]], Nihon University Auditorium, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Servio Tulio Ley. A one-sided affair from the beginning saw Takada (112) dropped in the third round but bravely fight back despite a badly swollen right eye, before his situation was compounded when his other eye began to close. Finally, at 1.46 of the seventh, the towel was thrown into the ring as Espadas (111¼) was pounding the challenger at will along the ropes.   
  
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Revision as of 11:59, 14 November 2012

1977-01-01 Guty Espadas w rtd 7 (15) Jiro Takada, Nihon University Auditorium, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Servio Tulio Ley. A one-sided affair from the beginning saw Takada (112) dropped in the third round but bravely fight back despite a badly swollen right eye, before his situation was compounded when his other eye began to close. Finally, at 1.46 of the seventh, the towel was thrown into the ring as Espadas (111¼) was pounding the challenger at will along the ropes.