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1982-11-11 [[Jiro Watanabe]] w rtd 12 (15) [[Shoji Oguma]], City Gym, Hamamatsu, Japan - WBA. Referee: Marty Denkin. Outreached by five inches and with a damaged right optic giving him trouble, at 1.26 of the 12th Oguma (115) retired himself when his other eye was shut tight following a series of heavy jabs from the champion, and fellow southpaw, Watanabe (114¾).     
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1982-11-11 [[Jiro Watanabe]] w rtd 12 (15) [[Shoji Oguma]], City Gym, Hamamatsu, Japan - WBA. Referee: Marty Denkin. With a damaged right optic giving him trouble, at 1.26 of the 12th Oguma (115) retired himself when his other eye was shut tight following a series of heavy jabs from the champion. Making good use of his five-inch reach advantage, Watanabe (114¾) always appeared to have his fellow southpaw under control.     
  
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1982-11-11 Jiro Watanabe w rtd 12 (15) Shoji Oguma, City Gym, Hamamatsu, Japan - WBA. Referee: Marty Denkin. With a damaged right optic giving him trouble, at 1.26 of the 12th Oguma (115) retired himself when his other eye was shut tight following a series of heavy jabs from the champion. Making good use of his five-inch reach advantage, Watanabe (114¾) always appeared to have his fellow southpaw under control.