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1996-12-03 Pichit Chor Siriwat w rsc 2 Keiji Yamaguchi, Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBA. Referee: Renato Caddeo. Having made a cautious start, Yamaguchi (107¾) began to showboat in the second round before being sunk by a great right hook-straight left combination which floored him. It was amazing that the champion ever got to his feet, but in a dazed condition the referee decided that he was in no fit state to carry on and stopped the contest on the 2.45 mark in favour of Chor Siriwat (106¾).       
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1996-12-03 [[Pichit Chor Siriwat]] w rsc 2 [[Keiji Yamaguchi]], Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBA. Referee: Renato Caddeo. Having made a cautious start, Yamaguchi (107¾) began to showboat in the second round before being sunk by a great right hook-straight left combination which floored him. It was amazing that the champion ever got to his feet, but in a dazed condition the referee decided that he was in no fit state to carry on and stopped the contest on the 2.45 mark in favour of Chor Siriwat (106¾).       
  
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Revision as of 10:39, 28 December 2011

1996-12-03 Pichit Chor Siriwat w rsc 2 Keiji Yamaguchi, Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBA. Referee: Renato Caddeo. Having made a cautious start, Yamaguchi (107¾) began to showboat in the second round before being sunk by a great right hook-straight left combination which floored him. It was amazing that the champion ever got to his feet, but in a dazed condition the referee decided that he was in no fit state to carry on and stopped the contest on the 2.45 mark in favour of Chor Siriwat (106¾).