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16 April Yasuei Yakushiji w co 10 Josefino Suarez, Inae Sports Centre, Nagoya, Japan - WBC. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Prior to round six, Yakushiji (117¾) had not really imposed himself on Suarez (116¾), but after gaining control despite suffering a cut over the left eye he steadily piled up the points with the straight right working well in his favour. Meanwhile, the challenger was always dangerous with his attacks to the body and had to be given every respect, but in the tenth, having absorbed a solid right to the head, Yakushiji got down to business in that area himself and a series of body shots dropped Suarez, who was counted out on the 2.21 mark.
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1994-04-16 [[Yasuei Yakushiji]] w co 10 [[Josefino Suarez]], Inae Sports Centre, Nagoya, Japan - WBC. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Prior to round six, Yakushiji (117¾) had not really imposed himself on Suarez (116¾), but after gaining control despite suffering a cut over the left eye he steadily piled up the points with the straight right working well in his favour. Meanwhile, the challenger was always dangerous with his attacks to the body and had to be given every respect, but in the tenth, having absorbed a solid right to the head, Yakushiji got down to business in that area himself and a series of body shots dropped Suarez, who was counted out on the 2.21 mark.
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Revision as of 10:28, 21 February 2012

1994-04-16 Yasuei Yakushiji w co 10 Josefino Suarez, Inae Sports Centre, Nagoya, Japan - WBC. Referee: Carlos Padilla. Prior to round six, Yakushiji (117¾) had not really imposed himself on Suarez (116¾), but after gaining control despite suffering a cut over the left eye he steadily piled up the points with the straight right working well in his favour. Meanwhile, the challenger was always dangerous with his attacks to the body and had to be given every respect, but in the tenth, having absorbed a solid right to the head, Yakushiji got down to business in that area himself and a series of body shots dropped Suarez, who was counted out on the 2.21 mark.