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Paul Williams Decisions Nobohiro Ishida Over Twelve

American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, Texas - Former champion Paul Williams (41-2, 27KOs) returned to the ring to win a dominating twelve round unanimous decision over Nobuhiro Ishida (24-7-2, 9KOs) in a junior middleweight contest. All three of the judges scored it 120-108.

Williams was busier from the start, but neither boxer doing anything too impressive in the first three rounds. Ishida was landing good left hands that stunned Williams, but the former champ fired right back. Williams was throwing a lot of punches, but not landing too many of them.

Ishida landed some well-placed hard punches in the fourth, with Williams coming back in the final ten seconds. In the fifth round, Williams found his range on the inside and started to work Ishida over with shots to the head and body. Ishida allowed himself to be outworked and outhustled in each passing round by the much busier Williams.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Ravens Fan on 02-22-2012

[QUOTE=915angel;11805605]how is losing 2 fights being "finished product" -_- you guys make to much on 1 or 2 fights,, but kirkland will break p-wills ribs if they ever fought hes like a mini-tyson[/QUOTE] The only comparison between Kirkland and Tyson…

Comment by Bushbaby on 02-21-2012

[QUOTE=freedom213;11801309]U cant be serious. Williams would get his butt handed to him by Alvarez or Cotto. At Welterweight he was fresher and able to fight those fights of attrition but I think he is a good example of a guy…

Comment by LoStranger on 02-20-2012

[QUOTE=freedom213;11801309]U cant be serious. Williams would get his butt handed to him by Alvarez or Cotto. At Welterweight he was fresher and able to fight those fights of attrition but I think he is a good example of a guy…

Comment by 915angel on 02-20-2012

how is losing 2 fights being "finished product" -_- you guys make to much on 1 or 2 fights,, but kirkland will break p-wills ribs if they ever fought hes like a mini-tyson

Comment by Ravens Fan on 02-20-2012

Just watched the Paul "Pitty Pat Punching" Williams fight. And I honestly I thought I was going to puke when the announcers were actually comparing Williams to Thomas Hearns. To paraphrase former heavyweight champion Larry Holmes, Williams couldn't carry the…

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