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1977-01-30 Yoko Gushiken w pts 15 Jaime Rios, Martial Arts Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 70-67, 73-67, 67-76. Surviving a third-round knockdown, cut over both eyes and being behind on points, Gushiken (107) began to make up the leeway in the ninth and from then on dominated the proceedings. Afterwards, Rios (106¼) complained bitterly about the verdict, while Gushiken stated that his cuts had been caused by the challenger’s butts and overarm swings.  
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1977-01-30 [[Yoko Gushiken]] w pts 15 [[Jaime Rios]], Martial Arts Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 70-67, 73-67, 67-76. Surviving a third-round knockdown, cut over both eyes and being behind on points, Gushiken (107) began to make up the leeway in the ninth and from then on dominated the proceedings. Afterwards, Rios (106¼) complained bitterly about the verdict, while Gushiken stated that his cuts had been caused by the challenger’s butts and overarm swings.  
  
 
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Revision as of 17:05, 27 December 2011

1977-01-30 Yoko Gushiken w pts 15 Jaime Rios, Martial Arts Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Rudy Ortega. Scorecards: 70-67, 73-67, 67-76. Surviving a third-round knockdown, cut over both eyes and being behind on points, Gushiken (107) began to make up the leeway in the ninth and from then on dominated the proceedings. Afterwards, Rios (106¼) complained bitterly about the verdict, while Gushiken stated that his cuts had been caused by the challenger’s butts and overarm swings.