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1992-09-11 Katsuya Onizuka w rsc 5 Kenji Matsumura, Nihon Budokan Martial Arts Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Ken Morita. Showing good hand speed, Onizuka (115) went ahead from the opening bell before bringing his punching power into play in the fourth, a heavy left hand and a right sending Matsumura (115) down for two counts. Just 86 seconds into the fifth, the referee rescued the brave challenger, who was being nailed repeatedly without reply.     
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1992-09-11 [[Katsuya Onizuka]] w rsc 5 [[Kenji Matsumura]], Nihon Budokan Martial Arts Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Ken Morita. Showing good hand speed, Onizuka (115) went ahead from the opening bell before bringing his punching power into play in the fourth, a heavy left hand and a right sending Matsumura (115) down for two counts. Just 86 seconds into the fifth, the referee rescued the brave challenger, who was being nailed repeatedly without reply.     
  
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1992-09-11 Katsuya Onizuka w rsc 5 Kenji Matsumura, Nihon Budokan Martial Arts Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBA. Referee: Ken Morita. Showing good hand speed, Onizuka (115) went ahead from the opening bell before bringing his punching power into play in the fourth, a heavy left hand and a right sending Matsumura (115) down for two counts. Just 86 seconds into the fifth, the referee rescued the brave challenger, who was being nailed repeatedly without reply.