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 Last update:  12/20/2011       Read more by Jhonny Gonzalez         
   
Caballero Secures Neutral Officials For Hosono Defense
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By Jhonny Gonzalez

Celestino Caballero (35-4, 23KOs) has secured neutral officials for his upcoming title defense against Satoshi Hosono (21-1, 15KOs). Caballero defends his WBA "regular" featherweight title against Hosono on December 31 at the Bunka Gym in Yokohama, Japan. The judges will be Puerto Rico's Roberto Ramirez, Levi Martinez of America and Wan Soo Yuh of Korea. The supervisor will be the Kim Allan, while the third man in the ring is American referee Rafael Ramos.

Tags: Celestino Caballero , Satoshi Hosono , Caballero-Hosono , Caballero vs Hosono


 

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comment by RyunosukeRonin, on 12-21-2011
[QUOTE=vick_ramalot]Japan is the best place as far as boxing is concerned. theres always fair and square judging, quality, neutral officiating anyway. I do follow the Japanese boxing scene for many years and have never seen any noteworthy discrimination of a guest fighter. the local commission do...

comment by nycsmooth, on 12-21-2011
the ref and 1 judge looks good but Martinez and Ramirez are a bit 2 inconsistent for me...@ least the're neutral(both latinos)???

comment by vick_ramalot, on 12-21-2011
Japan is the best place as far as boxing is concerned. theres always fair and square judging, quality, neutral officiating anyway. I do follow the Japanese boxing scene for many years and have never seen any noteworthy discrimination of a guest fighter. the local commission doesn't recognize WBO/...

comment by ippo, on 12-20-2011
thats good,something amir khan didn't have in his fight with peterson.

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