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1980-10-18 Shoji Oguma w pts 15 Chan-He Park, Miyagi Sports Centre, Sendai, Japan - WBC. Referee: Harry Gibbs. Scorecards: 144-143, 146-145, 148-144. Oguma (111¾) came off the floor in the first round to box his way to victory over Park (111½) in a close fight where fortunes swayed back and forth. They were proved to be the right tactics as the challenger continually came on to the counters, while Oguma, despite being cut over the right eye in the 13th, was able to keep out of harms way.   
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1980-10-18 [[Shoji Oguma]] w pts 15 [[Chan-He Park]], Miyagi Sports Centre, Sendai, Japan - WBC. Referee: Harry Gibbs. Scorecards: 144-143, 146-145, 148-144. Oguma (111¾) came off the floor in the first round to box his way to victory over Park (111½) in a close fight where fortunes swayed back and forth. They were proved to be the right tactics as the challenger continually came on to the counters, while Oguma, despite being cut over the right eye in the 13th, was able to keep out of harms way.   
  
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Revision as of 23:12, 30 December 2011

1980-10-18 Shoji Oguma w pts 15 Chan-He Park, Miyagi Sports Centre, Sendai, Japan - WBC. Referee: Harry Gibbs. Scorecards: 144-143, 146-145, 148-144. Oguma (111¾) came off the floor in the first round to box his way to victory over Park (111½) in a close fight where fortunes swayed back and forth. They were proved to be the right tactics as the challenger continually came on to the counters, while Oguma, despite being cut over the right eye in the 13th, was able to keep out of harms way.