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 Last update:  4/26/2013       Read more by Hisao Adachi         
   
Hozumi Hasegawa Returns, Stops Chantasith in Three
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by Hisao Adachi

At the Municipal Gym in Kobe, Japan, the Shinsei Boxing Gym staged a show headlined by a popular local star. In the 10-round main event, former bantamweight and featherweight champion and current WBC #5/WBO #2 featherweight Hozumi Hasegawa (32-4, 14KOs) scored a knockout victory at 2:51 of the third round against Sor Veeraphol Chantasith (8-3, 2KOs) of Bangkok. After boxing for the first two rounds, Hasegawa let his hands go in the third and scored three knockdowns before the fight was waved off. After the match, Hasegawa said that he was focused on landing a fight with WBO/WBA champion Guillermo Rigondeaux.

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comment by any craic lad?, on 04-27-2013
[QUOTE=hougigo]People are lined up for him. If Donaire doesn't fight Juan Ma at 126, then he'd be right after Darchinyan[/QUOTE] True but the WBC rankings hardly ever follow reason HH has made them money throughout his 118 reign then his short stay atop at fw but then again loyalty isn't an a...

comment by Hougigo, on 04-27-2013
[QUOTE=any craic lad?]Ya be great if Yamanaka and Uchiyama would go at some stage too.Id rather see HH fight Terrazas first and try and win the WBC[/QUOTE] People are lined up for him. If Donaire doesn't fight Juan Ma at 126, then he'd be right after Darchinyan

comment by any craic lad?, on 04-27-2013
[QUOTE=hougigo]I'd be down to see this... mostly because he might come to the states[/QUOTE] Ya be great if Yamanaka and Uchiyama would go at some stage too.Id rather see HH fight Terrazas first and try and win the WBC

comment by Hougigo, on 04-27-2013
I'd be down to see this... mostly because he might come to the states

comment by sugar555, on 04-27-2013
[QUOTE=warp1432]How many people does the Municipal gym hold?[/QUOTE] about 2000 not that big

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