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1990-06-08 June Hideyuki Ohashi w pts 12 Napa Kiatwanchai, Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Mickey Vann. Scorecards: 116-110, 116-112, 117-112. After being floored in the second round, Kiatwanchai (104¼) came back well to last the distance against the impressive Ohashi (105), as well as pushing him all the way. Although the champion picked up the pace over the last five sessions with clusters of left hooks and right crosses, he was not without damage, carrying a cut right eye.
 
1990-06-08 June Hideyuki Ohashi w pts 12 Napa Kiatwanchai, Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Mickey Vann. Scorecards: 116-110, 116-112, 117-112. After being floored in the second round, Kiatwanchai (104¼) came back well to last the distance against the impressive Ohashi (105), as well as pushing him all the way. Although the champion picked up the pace over the last five sessions with clusters of left hooks and right crosses, he was not without damage, carrying a cut right eye.
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1990-06-08 June Hideyuki Ohashi w pts 12 Napa Kiatwanchai, Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Mickey Vann. Scorecards: 116-110, 116-112, 117-112. After being floored in the second round, Kiatwanchai (104¼) came back well to last the distance against the impressive Ohashi (105), as well as pushing him all the way. Although the champion picked up the pace over the last five sessions with clusters of left hooks and right crosses, he was not without damage, carrying a cut right eye.