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1993-07-25 [[Myung-Woo Yuh]] w pts 12 [[Yuichi Hosono]], Hyundi Hotel, Kongju, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 119-110, 118-110, 120-111. Despite setting a good pace and concentrating his attacks on the champion’s body, Hosono (107¾) was unable to make his work pay off as Yuh (108), cut over the right eye in the fifth, responded with combinations of his own and romped away with the points to win handily.  
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1993-07-25 [[Myung-Woo Yuh]] w pts 12 [[Yuichi Hosono]], Hyundi Hotel, Kongju, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 119-110, 118-110, 120-111. Despite setting a good pace and concentrating his attacks on the champion’s body, Hosono (107¾) was unable to make his work pay off as Yuh (108), cut over the right eye in the fifth, responded with combinations of his own to romp away with the points decision.  
  
 
After Yuh relinquished his WBA version of the title when retiring in September, [[Leo Gamez]] and [[Shiro Yahiro]] were matched in order to find a successor.
 
After Yuh relinquished his WBA version of the title when retiring in September, [[Leo Gamez]] and [[Shiro Yahiro]] were matched in order to find a successor.

Latest revision as of 14:25, 13 November 2012

1993-07-25 Myung-Woo Yuh w pts 12 Yuichi Hosono, Hyundi Hotel, Kongju, South Korea - WBA. Referee: Larry Rozadilla. Scorecards: 119-110, 118-110, 120-111. Despite setting a good pace and concentrating his attacks on the champion’s body, Hosono (107¾) was unable to make his work pay off as Yuh (108), cut over the right eye in the fifth, responded with combinations of his own to romp away with the points decision.

After Yuh relinquished his WBA version of the title when retiring in September, Leo Gamez and Shiro Yahiro were matched in order to find a successor.