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1994-05-04 [[Hiroshi Kawashima]] w pts 12 [[Jose Luis Bueno]], The Cultural Gym, Yokohama, Japan - WBC. Referee: Marty Denkin. Scorecards: 114-113, 114-112, 116-110. Making his first defence, Bueno (114¾), despite being a skilful boxer and an accurate puncher, was unable to retain his title when outspeeded by the southpaw Kawashima (115), who was in-and-out before being caught. In the second half of the contest Kawashima began to boss matters, eventually putting Bueno on the deck with a left-hand delivery in the 11th round. Although the champion recovered and chased after Kawashima until the final bell, he had not done enough to warrant the verdict.     
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1994-05-04 [[Hiroshi Kawashima]] w pts 12 [[Jose Luis Bueno]], The Cultural Gym, Yokohama, Japan - WBC. Referee: Marty Denkin. Scorecards: 114-113, 114-112, 116-110. Making his first defence, Bueno (114¾), despite being a skilful boxer and an accurate puncher, was unable to retain his title when outspeeded by the southpaw Kawashima (115), who was in and out before being caught. In the second half of the contest Kawashima began to boss matters, eventually putting Bueno on the deck with a left-hand delivery in the 11th round. Although the champion recovered and chased after Kawashima until the final bell, he had not done enough to warrant the verdict.     
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:16, 17 March 2013

1994-05-04 Hiroshi Kawashima w pts 12 Jose Luis Bueno, The Cultural Gym, Yokohama, Japan - WBC. Referee: Marty Denkin. Scorecards: 114-113, 114-112, 116-110. Making his first defence, Bueno (114¾), despite being a skilful boxer and an accurate puncher, was unable to retain his title when outspeeded by the southpaw Kawashima (115), who was in and out before being caught. In the second half of the contest Kawashima began to boss matters, eventually putting Bueno on the deck with a left-hand delivery in the 11th round. Although the champion recovered and chased after Kawashima until the final bell, he had not done enough to warrant the verdict.