World Titles: Hasegawa & Yamanaka won by Stoppage Friday

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World Titles: Hasegawa & Yamanaka won by Stoppage Friday

Post by gomez1012 » Fri Aug 19, 2016 11:26 am

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HASEGAWA BUSCA TERCER TITULO DEL MUNDO FRENTE AL "CUATITO"

El nipón Hozumi Hasegawa, buscará conquistar su tercer título del mundo en distintas categorías el próximo 16 de septiembre en Osaka, Japón; frente al mexicano Hugo "Cuatito" Ruiz, actual campeón mundial supergallo del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo.

Hasegawa quien fuera monarca universal de peso gallo y peso pluma buscará el título intermedio frente al peligroso noqueador mochitense quien expondrá por vez primera la faja que le arrebató al mexiquense Julio Ceja a quien puso fuera de combate en apenas un epispdio.

El Japonés tiene un largo historial enfrentando a peleadores mexicanos, pues a lo largo de su carrera se ha medido a diez peleadores aztecas y sólo ha caído en dos de esas opoerunidades; por lo que confía en mantener su buena racha frente a púgiles aztecas aunque enfrente tendrá a un peligroso noqueador nato.

Hasegawa destronó del título gallo WBC al tailandés Veeraphol Sahaprom, cinto que defendió exitosamente en diez oportunidades antes de caer con Fernando Montiel; de inmediato dio el salto a peso pluma y se adjudicó el cinto vacante del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo al derrotar a Juan Carlos Burgos por punto, título que perdió al caer por nocaut con Jhonny González.

El Japonés de guardia zurda y quien tiene una efectividad noqueadora del 40% afirmó recientemente que el poderío de Ruiz no será un problema pues no es la primera ocasión que se verá las caras con un ponchador y logra neutralizarlo por lo que el "Cuatito", peleador exclusivo de Promociones del Pueblo y Sampson Boxing Promotions tendrá que emplearse a fondo si es que quiere continuar como monaca.

Será la EDION Arena de Osaka la sede para el combate donde Ruiz Domínguez se juega la corona de las 126 libras frente al doble campeón mundial en un combate a calado por el Consejo Mundial de Boxeo.

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Re: 122 WBC Title: Hasegawa vs Hugo Ruiz on Sept 16 Osaka

Post by WillieB59 » Fri Aug 19, 2016 2:05 pm

It's on the same card as the Shinsuke Yamanaka-Anselmo Moreno rematch.

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Re: 122 WBC Title: Hasegawa vs Hugo Ruiz on Sept 16 Osaka

Post by gomez1012 » Fri Aug 19, 2016 2:09 pm

WillieB59 wrote:It's on the same card as the Shinsuke Yamanaka-Anselmo Moreno rematch.
Solid.

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Re: 122 WBC Title: Hasegawa vs Hugo Ruiz on Sept 16 Osaka

Post by gilgamesh » Fri Aug 19, 2016 2:22 pm

I favor Ruiz. Hasegawa's seen better days, and Ruiz is a pretty tough guy. Should be fun though, and is definitely a great addition to the card.
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Re: 122 WBC Title: Hasegawa vs Hugo Ruiz on Sept 16 Osaka

Post by Tocsin » Fri Aug 19, 2016 2:31 pm

It would be a great win for Hasegawa at this stage of his career. Most likely I think he'll end up being stopped again though.

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Re: 122 WBC Title: Hasegawa vs Hugo Ruiz on Sept 16 Osaka

Post by the13r » Sun Sep 11, 2016 10:21 pm

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Friday 16 September 2016
EDION Arena Osaka, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
commission: Japan Boxing Commission
promoter: Akihiko Honda (Teiken Promotions)

Shinsuke Yamanaka 25 0 2
vs
Anselmo Moreno 36 4 1
Bantamweight
WBC World bantamweight title

Hugo Ruiz 36 3 0
vs
Hozumi Hasegawa 35 5 0
Super Bantamweight
WBC World super bantamweight title

Ryohei Hamano 4 5 0
vs
Kenji Kihisa 4 2 0
Bantamweight

Hikaru Matsumine 3 2 0
vs
Koichi Wakita 3 2 0
Super Bantamweight

Rikuto Adachi 2 0 0
vs
Takuya Yamaguchi 2 5 2
Welterweight

Daiki Yamanaka 3 0 0
vs
Yuma Wada 1 0 0
Light Flyweight

Hiroshi Hoshimoto 2 1 1
vs
Hiroyuki Takahara 3 1 0
Featherweight






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Re: 122 WBC Title: Hasegawa vs Hugo Ruiz on Sept 16 Osaka

Post by the13r » Sun Sep 11, 2016 10:22 pm

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz -&- Yamanaka/Moreno II Frida

Post by the13r » Tue Sep 13, 2016 11:57 pm

FIRST FIGHT

Shinsuke Yamanaka 23 0 2
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Anselmo Moreno 35 3 1
Bantamweight
WBC World bantamweight title

Yamanaka won by SD
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As expected Yamanaka adopted the winning gameplan of fighting it from outside the pocket with his busy jab and follow up straight lefts. That neutralised Moreno's counterpunching from the backfoot. Forced Moreno to try to land the lenghty left which was easier for Yamanaka to manoevre around. Still a VERY close fight but imo the jab from Yamanaka made the slight difference.


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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz -&- Yamanaka/Moreno II Frida

Post by the13r » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:11 am

Yamanaka is the king of the straight punch 1-2... mixing that deceiving but precise jab and following up with a precise straight on the button

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Like almost ALL real southpaws, they have the precise power hand uppercut in their arsenal
Yamanaka has decent pop too

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz -&- Yamanaka/Moreno II Frida

Post by the13r » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:24 am

Once one of the best technical boxer in boxing, once the best counterpuncher in boxing... Now ???
One thing is sure Moreno can claim he won vs Yamanaka. It was THAT close. But the rematch is in Japan and Moreno needs to apply some adjustments.

Ultimately imo he needs to find a solution to Yamanaka's jab which leads to distance boxing and pressuring him to try desperate straight shots at full arm lenght to land anything...

A good solution which is unlikely to happen but still... Solis showed us it's possible... Could Moreno take early risks when Yamanaka is confident and more aggressive...try to trade a little and maybe land a big counter to take a lead on the cards...
Goal would be to force Yamanaka into fighting more aggressively, dropping the distance fighting with the jab and straights...

Moreno is such a good fighter, anything is possible here is he gets Yamanaka off of his safe winning gameplan.
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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz -&- Yamanaka/Moreno II Frida

Post by the13r » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:27 am

A rare QUALITY and Entertaining Southpaw battle

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz -&- Yamanaka/Moreno II Frida

Post by the13r » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:37 am

One thing that jumps out when researching Cuatito Ruiz is how much TV exposure, great wins and regular quality stoppages Ruiz got over the last few years...
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In 9yrs he only loss twice... once a controversial SD loss in Japan to Koki Kameda... The 2nd win recently vs Ceja (a perfect left hook on the button), a loss he avenged in his last fight with a stoppage win.
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Ruiz has scored brutal stoppages... beauties
Excellent straight puncher too, good impulsion, great timing.
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Good lengthy hook too.
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Makes you wonder why a fighter like Hasegawa who has a soft chin would fight a brutal fighter like Ruiz?????

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz -&- Yamanaka/Moreno II Frida

Post by the13r » Wed Sep 14, 2016 12:45 am

Hasegawa has to be one of the most talented and gifted offensive fighters... His best skills and most efficient is imo his straight punches flurries while goind forward. Impressive and very effective.
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Looking forward to this one. Hasegawa is more gifted...
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BUT his durability is not good... and he is fighting a beast in Cuatito Ruiz... It will be brutal and quick IMO.[/size]

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Can Moreno win a dec?

Post by tainos » Thu Sep 15, 2016 10:11 am

I thought he clearly beat Yamanaka the first time and got hosed on the dec. Chemito reminds me so much of my favorite fighter of all time Wilfredo Benitez. Defensive minded counter puncher. I doubt he can get a dec but Im riding with my boy.
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Re: Can Moreno win a dec?

Post by gilgamesh » Thu Sep 15, 2016 11:39 am

I think he can probably get a decision, but the judges will probably favor Yamanaka in any close round. He needs to make the rounds he wins decisive.
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Re: Can Moreno win a dec?

Post by Tocsin » Thu Sep 15, 2016 11:41 am

I didn't think the first fight was a robbery...to me it was extremely close, and just happened to go the home guy's way by a very tight margin.

I don't believe Moreno is in a position where he needs to clearly get the better of 9+ rounds to get a decision, but if the judges are looking to give one guy the benefit of the doubt in close rounds it probably won't be him.

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Re: Can Moreno win a dec?

Post by tainos » Thu Sep 15, 2016 12:24 pm

gilgamesh wrote:I think he can probably get a decision, but the judges will probably favor Yamanaka in any close round. He needs to make the rounds he wins decisive.
Definitely. His style isnt a dominant one. The rounds he wins are usually close. Hopefully he opens up more in this one and makes it decisive.
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Re: Can Moreno win a dec?

Post by tainos » Thu Sep 15, 2016 12:26 pm

Tocsin wrote:I didn't think the first fight was a robbery...to me it was extremely close, and just happened to go the home guy's way by a very tight margin.

I don't believe Moreno is in a position where he needs to clearly get the better of 9+ rounds to get a decision, but if the judges are looking to give one guy the benefit of the doubt in close rounds it probably won't be him.
Youre right it wasnt a robbery but i thought Chemito did enough to win.
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Re: Can Moreno win a dec?

Post by DBO » Thu Sep 15, 2016 2:05 pm

I also thought Moreno won narrowly. He probably will get the same treatment although Yamanaka may be slipping.

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz & Yamanaka/Moreno II •Live@7

Post by the13r » Fri Sep 16, 2016 12:36 am

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz & Yamanaka/Moreno II •Live@7

Post by the13r » Fri Sep 16, 2016 12:36 am

Watch this one in HQ in the living room LIVE

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz & Yamanaka/Moreno II •Live@7

Post by Tocsin » Fri Sep 16, 2016 6:39 am

And Yamanaka becomes the first to stop Moreno....putting him down 4 times in the process.

Great night for the Japanese boxers...Hasegawa also stopped 5 to 1 favorite, and seemingly much bigger, Hugo Ruiz.

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz & Yamanaka/Moreno II •Live@7

Post by J.J.Dillon » Fri Sep 16, 2016 9:12 am

Hasegawa stopped Ruiz? Holy pleasant surprises!

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz & Yamanaka/Moreno II •Live@7

Post by Tocsin » Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:11 am

Full Yamanaka fight with clips of Hasegawa-Ruiz at the end (credit to http://www.asianboxing.info):

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Re: World Titles: Hasegawa/Ruiz & Yamanaka/Moreno II •Live@7

Post by the13r » Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:38 am

Shinsuke Yamanaka 25 0 2
vs
Anselmo Moreno 36 4 1
Bantamweight
WBC World bantamweight title


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Yamanaka won 7th round TKO
Moreno down once in the 1st round
Yamanaka down once in the 4th round
Moreno down again once in the 6th round
Moreno down twice in round 7 for the TKO
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