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2005-01-03 [[Katsushige Kawashima]] w pts 12 [[Jose Navarro]], Ariake Coliseum, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Mark Green. Scorecards: 109-120, 115-114, 115-113. In a battle of skill versus power the hard-hitting Kawashima (115) held on to his title, but it was much closer than one of the scorecards suggested as the lanky southpaw challenger proved a tough test. There were no knockdowns to report, but Kawashima was cut over the right eye in the second round before being similarly damaged on the left eye in the fifth. Subsequently, the action swayed to and fro, with Navarro (114½) displaying good skills and Kawashima beginning to concentrate on the body following a lack of success upstairs. Although fading towards the end Navarro continued to keep his boxing together as the wild-swinging Kawashima poured in the leather, receiving warm applause at the final bell from an audience appreciative of his skills.     
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2005-01-03 [[Katsushige Kawashima]] w pts 12 [[Jose Navarro]], Ariake Coliseum, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Mark Green. Scorecards: 109-120, 115-114, 115-113. In a battle of skill versus power although the hard-hitting Kawashima (115) held on to his title it was much closer than one of the scorecards suggested, the lanky southpaw challenger proving a tough test. There were no knockdowns to report, but Kawashima was cut over the right eye in the second round before being similarly damaged on the left eye in the fifth. Subsequently, the action swayed to-and-fro, with Navarro (114½) displaying good skills and Kawashima beginning to concentrate on the body following a lack of success upstairs. Even though fading towards the end Navarro continued to keep his boxing together as the wild-swinging Kawashima poured in the leather, receiving warm applause at the final bell from an audience appreciative of his skills.     
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:48, 12 March 2013

2005-01-03 Katsushige Kawashima w pts 12 Jose Navarro, Ariake Coliseum, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Mark Green. Scorecards: 109-120, 115-114, 115-113. In a battle of skill versus power although the hard-hitting Kawashima (115) held on to his title it was much closer than one of the scorecards suggested, the lanky southpaw challenger proving a tough test. There were no knockdowns to report, but Kawashima was cut over the right eye in the second round before being similarly damaged on the left eye in the fifth. Subsequently, the action swayed to-and-fro, with Navarro (114½) displaying good skills and Kawashima beginning to concentrate on the body following a lack of success upstairs. Even though fading towards the end Navarro continued to keep his boxing together as the wild-swinging Kawashima poured in the leather, receiving warm applause at the final bell from an audience appreciative of his skills.