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2004-06-28 [[Katsushige Kawashima]] w rsc 1 [[Masamori Tokuyama]], The Arena, Yokohama, Japan - WBC. Referee: Jay Nady. Aggressive from the start, the challenger tore into Tokuyama (115), unloading left-right combinations before sending in a vicious right to the head that dropped the champion on all fours. Somehow Tokuyama made it to his feet but still on shaky legs he was set about by Kawashima (115) who saw his chance and took it when hammering in punches from all angles. When a cracking right to the head sent Tokuyama crashing again the referee did not even bother to count, and at 1.47 of the opening round the fight was over.       
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2004-06-28 [[Katsushige Kawashima]] w rsc 1 [[Masamori Tokuyama]], The Arena, Yokohama, Japan - WBC. Referee: Jay Nady. Aggressive from the start, the challenger tore into Tokuyama (115), unloading left-right combinations before sending in a vicious right to the head that dropped the champion on all fours. Somehow Tokuyama made it to his feet, but still on shaky legs he was set about by Kawashima (115) who saw his chance and took it when hammering in punches from all angles. When a cracking right to the head sent Tokuyama crashing again the referee did not even bother to count, and at 1.47 of the opening round the fight was over.       
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:35, 12 March 2013

2004-06-28 Katsushige Kawashima w rsc 1 Masamori Tokuyama, The Arena, Yokohama, Japan - WBC. Referee: Jay Nady. Aggressive from the start, the challenger tore into Tokuyama (115), unloading left-right combinations before sending in a vicious right to the head that dropped the champion on all fours. Somehow Tokuyama made it to his feet, but still on shaky legs he was set about by Kawashima (115) who saw his chance and took it when hammering in punches from all angles. When a cracking right to the head sent Tokuyama crashing again the referee did not even bother to count, and at 1.47 of the opening round the fight was over.