Difference between revisions of "1995-11-12 Saman Sorjaturong w co 4 Yuichi Hosono, Main Stadium, Ratchaburi, Thailand - WBC"

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1995-11-12 [[Saman Sorjaturong]] w co 4 [[Yuichi Hosono]], Main Stadium, Ratchaburi, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. In his first defence Sorjaturong (106½) was far too good for Hosono (107¼), who was making his third bid to win a world title. Although the Thai took time out to eye the opposition up once he got going there was no stopping him, and a barrage of heavy blows to head and body dropped the challenger in a heap to be counted out at 1.20 of the fourth round.   
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1995-11-12 [[Saman Sorjaturong]] w co 4 [[Yuichi Hosono]], Main Stadium, Ratchaburi, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Sorjaturong (106½) was far too good for Hosono (107¼), who was making his third bid to win a world title. Although the Thai took time out to eye the opposition up once he got going there was no stopping him, and a barrage of heavy blows to head and body dropped the challenger in a heap to be counted out at 1.20 of the fourth round.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:28, 4 March 2013

1995-11-12 Saman Sorjaturong w co 4 Yuichi Hosono, Main Stadium, Ratchaburi, Thailand - WBC. Referee: Tony Perez. Sorjaturong (106½) was far too good for Hosono (107¼), who was making his third bid to win a world title. Although the Thai took time out to eye the opposition up once he got going there was no stopping him, and a barrage of heavy blows to head and body dropped the challenger in a heap to be counted out at 1.20 of the fourth round.