1980-07-28 Shoji Oguma w pts 15 Sung-Jun Kim, Kurumae Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WBC

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1980-07-28 Shoji Oguma w pts 15 Sung-Jun Kim, Kurumae Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Paul Field. Scorecards: 147-145, 148-145, 146-149. Making his first defence, Oguma (112), who suffered cuts over both eyes in a gruelling fight, held a huge lead before Kim (112) came on strong to hammer him around the ring in the last three rounds. However, the champion, using everything at his disposal, hung on to take the split decision.  
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1980-07-28 [[Shoji Oguma]] w pts 15 [[Sung-Jun Kim]], Kurumae Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Paul Field. Scorecards: 147-145, 148-145, 146-149. Making his first defence, Oguma (112), who suffered cuts over both eyes in a gruelling fight, held a huge lead before Kim (112) came on strong to hammer him around the ring in the last three rounds. However, the champion, using everything at his disposal, hung on to take the split decision.  
  
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1980-07-28 Shoji Oguma w pts 15 Sung-Jun Kim, Kurumae Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Paul Field. Scorecards: 147-145, 148-145, 146-149. Making his first defence, Oguma (112), who suffered cuts over both eyes in a gruelling fight, held a huge lead before Kim (112) came on strong to hammer him around the ring in the last three rounds. However, the champion, using everything at his disposal, hung on to take the split decision.

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