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2005-04-04 Katsunari Takayama w pts 12 Isaac Bustos, Central Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBC. Referee: Vic Drakulich. Scorecards: 117-111, 117-112, 115-113. Starting out as he meant to continue, Takayama (105) quickly went into a healthy lead as he threw volumes of combinations, which despite having no real effect on the champion other than confuse him were certainly scoring punches. Although consistently missing, Bustos (105) never gave up hope and during the last three sessions he stalked the tiring Takayama, throwing overarm rights in a vain attempt to turn the tide. However, it was not to be and Takayama was a comfortable winner on the cards.
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2005-04-04 [[Katsunari Takayama]] w pts 12 [[Isaac Bustos]], Central Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBC. Referee: Vic Drakulich. Scorecards: 117-111, 117-112, 115-113. Starting out as he meant to continue, Takayama (105) quickly went into a healthy lead as he threw volumes of combinations, which despite having no real effect on the champion other than confuse him were certainly scoring punches. Although consistently missing, Bustos (105) never gave up hope and during the last three sessions he stalked the tiring Takayama, throwing overarm rights in a vain attempt to turn the tide. However, it was not to be and Takayama was a comfortable winner on the cards.
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Revision as of 10:00, 24 December 2011

2005-04-04 Katsunari Takayama w pts 12 Isaac Bustos, Central Gym, Osaka, Japan - WBC. Referee: Vic Drakulich. Scorecards: 117-111, 117-112, 115-113. Starting out as he meant to continue, Takayama (105) quickly went into a healthy lead as he threw volumes of combinations, which despite having no real effect on the champion other than confuse him were certainly scoring punches. Although consistently missing, Bustos (105) never gave up hope and during the last three sessions he stalked the tiring Takayama, throwing overarm rights in a vain attempt to turn the tide. However, it was not to be and Takayama was a comfortable winner on the cards.