Difference between revisions of "1996-08-26 Yuri Arbachakov w rsc 9 Takato Tokuchi, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WBC"

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1996-08-26 [[Yuri Arbachakov]] w rsc 9 [[Takato Tokuchi]], Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Nobuaki Uratani. Despite putting up a brave show, the challenging Tokuchi (112) was decked twice before being rescued by the referee after 1.29 of round nine had elapsed following an Arbachakov (112) assault that left him defenceless.  
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1996-08-26 [[Yuri Arbachakov]] w rsc 9 [[Takato Toguchi]], Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Nobuaki Uratani. Despite putting up a brave show, the challenging Toguchi (112) was decked twice before being rescued by the referee after 1.29 of round nine had elapsed following an Arbachakov (112) assault that left him defenceless.  
  
 
With Arbachakov sidelined with a broken wrist, [[Chatchai Sasakul]] outpointed [[Ysaias Zamudio]] on points over 12 rounds at the Prince Palace Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand on 9 May 1997 to win the WBC ‘interim’ title. Then, on 1 August 1997, with Arbachakov still not available, Sasakul forced [[Juan Cordoba]] to retire inside seven rounds at the Prince Palace Hotel to successfully defend the ‘interim’ crown and earn himself a crack at the champion.   
 
With Arbachakov sidelined with a broken wrist, [[Chatchai Sasakul]] outpointed [[Ysaias Zamudio]] on points over 12 rounds at the Prince Palace Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand on 9 May 1997 to win the WBC ‘interim’ title. Then, on 1 August 1997, with Arbachakov still not available, Sasakul forced [[Juan Cordoba]] to retire inside seven rounds at the Prince Palace Hotel to successfully defend the ‘interim’ crown and earn himself a crack at the champion.   

Revision as of 13:32, 1 January 2012

1996-08-26 Yuri Arbachakov w rsc 9 Takato Toguchi, Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Arena, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Nobuaki Uratani. Despite putting up a brave show, the challenging Toguchi (112) was decked twice before being rescued by the referee after 1.29 of round nine had elapsed following an Arbachakov (112) assault that left him defenceless.

With Arbachakov sidelined with a broken wrist, Chatchai Sasakul outpointed Ysaias Zamudio on points over 12 rounds at the Prince Palace Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand on 9 May 1997 to win the WBC ‘interim’ title. Then, on 1 August 1997, with Arbachakov still not available, Sasakul forced Juan Cordoba to retire inside seven rounds at the Prince Palace Hotel to successfully defend the ‘interim’ crown and earn himself a crack at the champion.