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2005-10-10 Pongsaklek Wonjongkam w tdec 7 Daisuke Naito, Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Scorecards: 68-64, 68-64, 68-64. Despite having a quick win over Naito (112) on his record, Wonjongkam (112) started slowly against the aggressive challenger, being content to counter before having a point deducted in the second for a head butt. With Naito now cut over the right eye, the southpaw Wonjongkam began to get home with left-right combinations to the head as he attempted to worsen the damage, but Naito continued to fight back strongly. Unfortunately it was a lost cause and at 2.38 of the seventh the referee called for the cards to be totted up following the doctor’s advice that Naito’s cut was now too bad for him to continue. On 16 December at The Arena, Monterrey, Mexico, Jorge Arce stopped Adonis Rivas in the tenth round and then defeated the same opponent by way of a sixth-round retirement at the Bullring, Cancun, Mexico on 28 January 2006 to retain his WBC ‘interim’ title.   
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2005-10-10 [[Pongsaklek Wonjongkam]] w tdec 7 [[Daisuke Naito]], Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Scorecards: 68-64, 68-64, 68-64. Despite having a quick win over Naito (112) on his record, Wonjongkam (112) started slowly against the aggressive challenger, being content to counter before having a point deducted in the second for a head butt. With Naito now cut over the right eye, the southpaw Wonjongkam began to get home with left-right combinations to the head as he attempted to worsen the damage, but Naito continued to fight back strongly. Unfortunately it was a lost cause and at 2.38 of the seventh the referee called for the cards to be totted up following the doctor’s advice that Naito’s cut was now too bad for him to continue.  
  
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On 16 December at The Arena, Monterrey, Mexico, [[Jorge Arce]] stopped [[Adonis Rivas]] in the tenth round and then defeated the same opponent by way of a sixth-round retirement at the Bullring, Cancun, Mexico on 28 January 2006 to retain his WBC ‘interim’ title.   
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Revision as of 17:38, 31 December 2011

2005-10-10 Pongsaklek Wonjongkam w tdec 7 Daisuke Naito, Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan - WBC. Referee: Lupe Garcia. Scorecards: 68-64, 68-64, 68-64. Despite having a quick win over Naito (112) on his record, Wonjongkam (112) started slowly against the aggressive challenger, being content to counter before having a point deducted in the second for a head butt. With Naito now cut over the right eye, the southpaw Wonjongkam began to get home with left-right combinations to the head as he attempted to worsen the damage, but Naito continued to fight back strongly. Unfortunately it was a lost cause and at 2.38 of the seventh the referee called for the cards to be totted up following the doctor’s advice that Naito’s cut was now too bad for him to continue.

On 16 December at The Arena, Monterrey, Mexico, Jorge Arce stopped Adonis Rivas in the tenth round and then defeated the same opponent by way of a sixth-round retirement at the Bullring, Cancun, Mexico on 28 January 2006 to retain his WBC ‘interim’ title.