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1996-08-13 Keiji Yamaguchi w pts 12 Carlos Murillo, Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. Scorecards: 119-109, 119-111, 115-113. In a return meeting demanded by the WBA, Yamaguchi (108) proved that his earlier victory was no fluke, winning virtually every round with his excellent footwork and jab making Murillo (107¾) appear sluggish. Apart from sporadic aggression from the challenger, it was Yamaguchi all the way.       
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1996-08-13 [[Keiji Yamaguchi]] w pts 12 [[Carlos Murillo]], Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. Scorecards: 119-109, 119-111, 115-113. In a return meeting demanded by the WBA, Yamaguchi (108) proved that his earlier victory was no fluke, winning virtually every round with his excellent footwork and jab making Murillo (107¾) appear sluggish. Apart from sporadic aggression from the challenger, it was Yamaguchi all the way.       
  
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Revision as of 02:36, 28 December 2011

1996-08-13 Keiji Yamaguchi w pts 12 Carlos Murillo, Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Thailand - WBA. Referee: Mitch Halpern. Scorecards: 119-109, 119-111, 115-113. In a return meeting demanded by the WBA, Yamaguchi (108) proved that his earlier victory was no fluke, winning virtually every round with his excellent footwork and jab making Murillo (107¾) appear sluggish. Apart from sporadic aggression from the challenger, it was Yamaguchi all the way.