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2002-07-31 Alexander Munoz w co 2 Eiji Kojima, Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBA]. Referee: Julio Cesar Alvarado. The tall southpaw challenger, Kojima (115), had a good look at Munoz (114¾) before the pair of them got down to business in the second round, at one stage landing solid shots simultaneously which almost floored both of them. It was a warning for Munoz and he immediately followed up with a cracking right hander to the head that smashed Kojima to the canvas, where he was counted out on the 2.18 mark.  
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2002-07-31 [[Alexander Munoz]] w co 2 [[Eiji Kojima]], Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBA]. Referee: Julio Cesar Alvarado. The tall southpaw challenger, Kojima (115), had a good look at Munoz (114¾) before the pair of them got down to business in the second round, at one stage landing solid shots simultaneously which almost floored both of them. It was a warning for Munoz and he immediately followed up with a cracking right hander to the head that smashed Kojima to the canvas, where he was counted out on the 2.18 mark.  
  
 
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Revision as of 23:47, 5 January 2012

2002-07-31 Alexander Munoz w co 2 Eiji Kojima, Prefectural Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBA]. Referee: Julio Cesar Alvarado. The tall southpaw challenger, Kojima (115), had a good look at Munoz (114¾) before the pair of them got down to business in the second round, at one stage landing solid shots simultaneously which almost floored both of them. It was a warning for Munoz and he immediately followed up with a cracking right hander to the head that smashed Kojima to the canvas, where he was counted out on the 2.18 mark.