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1984-11-29 [[Jiro Watanabe]] w rsc 11 (12) [[Payao Poontarat]], Prefectural Gym, Kumamoto, Japan - WBC. Referee: Joey Curtis. Retaining his title, Watanabe (114¾) made a better job of it than in their first meeting when it was very close. This time round he put Poontarat (115) on the floor with a solid right hook in the fifth before biding his time until the 11th. Having set up a big attack in that session, the Thai was floored by a straight left and rescued by the referee at on the 1.54 mark.     
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1984-11-29 [[Jiro Watanabe]] w rsc 11 (12) [[Payao Poontarat]], Prefectural Gym, Kumamoto, Japan - WBC. Referee: Joey Curtis. Retaining his title, Watanabe (114¾) made a better job of it than in their first meeting when it was very close. This time round he put Poontarat (115) on the floor with a solid right hook in the fifth before biding his time until the 11th. Having set up a big attack in that session, the Thai was floored by a straight left and rescued by the referee on the 1.54 mark.     
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:17, 11 March 2013

1984-11-29 Jiro Watanabe w rsc 11 (12) Payao Poontarat, Prefectural Gym, Kumamoto, Japan - WBC. Referee: Joey Curtis. Retaining his title, Watanabe (114¾) made a better job of it than in their first meeting when it was very close. This time round he put Poontarat (115) on the floor with a solid right hook in the fifth before biding his time until the 11th. Having set up a big attack in that session, the Thai was floored by a straight left and rescued by the referee on the 1.54 mark.