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Old 11-03-2012, 11:15 AM   #271
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Yamanaka is turning into a fine champion, great performance, stoppage was brutal!
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:08 PM   #272
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Shinsuke Yamanaka (17-0-2, 12KOs) scored an impressive stoppage victory, halting former WBC super flyweight champion Tomas Rojas (39-14-1, 26KOs) in the 7th round of their contest.
Yamanaka vs Koki Kameda is the most anticipated fight in the world

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This run of wins for Yamanaka will make it all the sweeter when the man in my avy scores his revenge over him in the near future!
No chance.

Iwasa is a samurai but Shinsuke is his daimyo!
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Old 11-03-2012, 09:15 PM   #273
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Old 11-03-2012, 09:19 PM   #274
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@ Him brushing hair back at end. G'd that KO up even more..
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Old 11-04-2012, 04:32 AM   #275
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:37 AM   #276
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Look, Gusano was never particularly good, that's get that out the way first.

But still, an absolutely savage stoppage from Yamanaka which, added to the Darchinyan win has marked him out as a good fighter, and bantam looks dead and buried at the moment so he has a chance to do some damage. Would love Mijares to put a bit of effort in and get down to 118lbs and take this guy on I reckon he'd merc him even now.
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:04 PM   #277
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...By the way, some people might remember me mentioning Yuta Saito (5-3-1, 4KOs) before after he scored this KO:

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Well, he has reached the finals of the East Japan Rookie of the year tournament. He will be boxing Yoshiyuki Yamaguchi (5-3-1, 3KOs) at super flyweight on November 4th. If he wins that, then he'll be facing off against the West champion later this year for the full Rookie title
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:54 AM   #278
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Looks like Shinsuke Yamanaka will be trying his luck in America next year, with a unification against Leo Santa Cruz being touted in the summer.

Firstly, he has to face the winner of the upcoming December fight between forgotten man Malcolm Tunacao and Christian Esquivel (who he previously beat for the vacant WBC title).
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Tunacao has been around for donkeys years (Wonjongkam splattered him to take his FIRST WBC title!!!) but wow, Yamamaka Vs Santa Cruz is the way to go
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Old 11-05-2012, 03:51 AM   #280
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Tunacao has been around for donkeys years (Wonjongkam splattered him to take his FIRST WBC title!!!) but wow, Yamamaka Vs Santa Cruz is the way to go
12 years and 25 fights later for Tunacao to finally get another chance at a 'world' title if he wins that eliminator. Would be a great story if he gets that opportunity

As for Yamanaka-Santa Cruz, Shinsuke has Teiken behind him, so you know they have the power to get him that fight in America. I'm optimistic it'll happen if Santa Cruz doesn't move up.
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What a fight that will be! Santa Cruz looks like a beast but Yamanaka is a damn good fighter.

Isn't Mcdonnell mandatory for Leo?
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Hasegawa to campaign at super bantamweight

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After mixed results at featherweight, Hozumi Hasegawa has decided to move down to super bantamweight in search of becoming a three-weight 'world' champion. The 31-year old Hasegawa (30-4, 13KOs), who rose to prominence for his five year streak as WBC bantamweight champion from 2005 to 2010, will have his first fight in this new weight class on December 22 in Kobe, Japan. The bout is scheduled for 10 rounds and an opponent is to be announced in the near future.
His opponent is WBC #13 Arturo Santos Reyes (12-2, 4KOs), who is most known for dropping a split decision to Fernando Montiel back in June. His last fight was a handy win over Khabir Suleymanov.

Hasegawa-Reyes is supported by the aforementioned Tunacao-Esquivel contest.

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What a fight that will be! Santa Cruz looks like a beast but Yamanaka is a damn good fighter.

Isn't Mcdonnell mandatory for Leo?
I think he is mate, but I think they can get some sort of dispensation for mandatory fights if they take part in a unification fight?
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Old 11-21-2012, 10:19 AM   #283
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Just a few updates over the last few days:

Fast tracked prospect Yukinori Oguni (10-0, 2KOs) successfully defended his OPBF super bantamweight title for the third time, defeating Roli Gasca (19-4, 5KOs) via an uncontentious split decision. Although the scorecards (116-112, 116-114 and 113-114) indicated a closer victory for the 24-year old Japanese boxer than their previous encounter - a clear decision win for Oguni last November - Filipino Gasca, 23, was unable to exact revenge.

On the undercard, domestic super featherweight gatekeeper Hirohito Fukuhara (15-7-8, 7KOs) upset Roberto Gonzales (20-2, 11KOs), stopping him in the third of a scheduled eight rounds.

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OPBF welterweight champ, hard-punching southpaw Akinori Watanabe (27-4, 24 KOs), 147, kept his regional belt as he floored WBC top ranked super-lightweight contender Prawet Singwancha (48-4-2, 27 KOs), 147, in the fifth and earned a very unanimous decision (116-112, 116-111 and 117-108.) over twelve sizzling rounds on Monday in Tokyo, Japan.

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On the undercard, amateur stand out Naoto Uebayashi (1-0, 1KO) made his debut, stopping Ryota Koizumi (6-9-1, 4KOs) in two rounds.

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The exciting Wars Katsumata (18-6, 16KOs) rebounded from his disappointment last time out to stop Indonesian Isack Junior (20-3-2, 8KOs) in the eighth and scheduled last round of their bantamweight encounter. Katsumata, fighting out of Japan via the Philippines, got his career back on track after losing in just 34 seconds to the big punching Oscar Blanquet in June of this year.

The main event saw 23-year old Masamichi Nozaki (16-3, 3KOs) acquire the vacant WBC Youth World bantamweight title, overcoming a knockdown in the fourth round to win a split decision over Vergel Nebran (8-4-1, 6KOs). The scorecards were 95-94, 95-94 and 94-95.

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Super flyweight prospect Yushi Tanaka (9-0-2, 6KOs) added the most impressive name to his record, stopping former Interim WBC light flyweight champion Wandee Singwancha (67-15-1, 18KOs) inside six rounds. The bout, which was scheduled for eight rounds, ended abruptly when the 21-year old Tanaka delivered a body shot to end proceedings. Singwancha, 32, was last seen in Japan losing to one fight novice Yohei Tobe in June 2011.

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...Fast-rising Koki Eto (12-2-1, 9 KOs), 113.75, stunned the crowd with his demolition of WBA#9 rated flyweight Denchailek Kratingdaeng-gym (20-2-1, 8 KOs), 114, in the second round. Eto, one of his three brothers, dropped the highly regarded Thailander on three occasions to score an upset KO win due to the JBC’s three knockdown rules in effect. This tall and hard-hitting prospect is worth watching.

...Ex-WBA super-bantam champ Akifumi Shimoda (27-3-1, 12 KOs), 124, impressively displayed a fine stoppage of WBC-rated Mexican Hugo Partida (16-4-2, 13 KOs), 124, at1:18 of the ninth round. Shimoda had the wild-swinging Mexican hit the deck three times in the fifth, eighth and fatal ninth rounds.

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The supporting bout for the Shimoda-Partida main event saw JBC#3 light welterweight Keita Obara (7-1, 6KOs) carve out an important victory, stopping JBC#2 Hayato Hokazono (16-3-1, 9KOs) in the eighth of a scheduled ten rounds. The 26-year old Obara is unbeaten in his last seven contests.

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Also some news:

The always exciting Nobuo Nashiro (18-5-1, 12KOs) has decided to do a u-turn on his proposed retirement plans. The former WBA super flyweight champion, 31, put in a gallant effort against Tepparith Kokeitgym last time out, which helped make him decide not to retire.

WBA super featherweight champion Takashi Uchiyama (18-0-1, 15KOs) has reiterated his desire to face Yuriorkis Gamboa (21-0, 16KOs) in the near future. Gamboa is scheduled to face former Uchiyama opponent Michael Farenas on the Pacquiao-Marquez IV card on December 8, while 'KO Dynamite' headlines a card on December 31 against dangerous mandatory Bryan Vasquez.

Heavyweight hope Kyotaro Fujimoto (5-0, 3KOs) has been added to the Miyazaki-Porpramook card on December 31. The 26-year old, ranked #15 with the WBC, will challenge for the vacant OPBF heavyweight title against 37-year old Solomon Haumono (19-1-2, 17KOs).
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Old 11-22-2012, 03:23 AM   #284
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122 is better for Hozumi. He's a natural feather but most featherweights aren't nowadays.

Hasegawa Vs Mijares would be heartbreaking for me though so hopefully Diamanté goes down to 118 and schools the Jap'
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Japan could begin to recognise the IBF and WBO sanctioning bodies:

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...We, in Japan, have recognized only two sanctioning bodies of the WBC and WBA for so long, plus only two regional championships of the OPBF (Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation) and the WBC Youth (authorized just from last year). It is said that the JBC may affiliate next year with the IBF and WBO to widen opportunities for local boys to fight more for world championships due to strong requests of JPBA (Japan Professional Boxing Association that consists of all licensed club owners). Although we have already had five world champions, we may have much more titlists and see much more title bouts from next year on. In the boxing world, however, the logic of the more the better wouldn’t stand since our champs will apparently lose the rarity value.

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