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1980-08-02 [[Yasutsune Uehara]] w co 6 (15) [[Sam Serrano]], Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USA - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. After 15 minutes of boxing all three officials had the champion in front, Uehara (129¼) having been subjected to left and right-hand counters and the occasional uppercut. All of his work had virtually been nullified up to that point, but in the sixth session things changed for Uehara when Serrano (130), pushed back against the ropes, failed to spot a huge overarm right which crashed against his jaw and sent him down on his haunches. Desperately trying to get to his feet, Serrano’s reign came to an end as he was counted out with just one second of the round remaining.   
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1980-08-02 [[Yasutsune Uehara]] w co 6 (15) [[Sam Serrano]], Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USA - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. After 15 minutes of boxing all three officials had the champion in front, Uehara (129¼) having been subjected to left and right-hand counters and the occasional uppercut. All of his work had virtually been nullified up to that point, but in the sixth session things changed for Uehara when Serrano (130), pushed back against the ropes, failed to spot a huge overarm right which crashed against his jaw to send him down on his haunches. Desperately trying to get to his feet, Serrano’s reign came to an end as he was counted out with just one second of the round remaining.   
  
 
[[Category: 1980 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1980 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Junior Lightweight Division]]
 
[[Category: Junior Lightweight Division]]

Latest revision as of 00:19, 19 February 2013

1980-08-02 Yasutsune Uehara w co 6 (15) Sam Serrano, Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan, USA - WBA. Referee: Luis Sulbaran. After 15 minutes of boxing all three officials had the champion in front, Uehara (129¼) having been subjected to left and right-hand counters and the occasional uppercut. All of his work had virtually been nullified up to that point, but in the sixth session things changed for Uehara when Serrano (130), pushed back against the ropes, failed to spot a huge overarm right which crashed against his jaw to send him down on his haunches. Desperately trying to get to his feet, Serrano’s reign came to an end as he was counted out with just one second of the round remaining.