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 Last update:  11/6/2011       Read more by Boxing Photos         
   
Photos/Quotes: Aoh Wins, Boschiero Screams Robbery
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Yoyogi #2 Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan - WBC super featherweight champion Takahiro Aoh (22-2-1, 10KOs) retained his title with a tougher than expected win over previously undefeated Devis Boschiero (29-1-1, 14KOs). Aoh secured a twelve round split decision victory, with two judges scoring 115-113 in his favor, while the third judge had it 116-113 for the challenger.

After the fight was over, Boschiero and his team screamed robbery:

"Devis Boschiero is the champion without belt," said his manager Christian Cherchi after the spilt decision was announced. "Everybody can watch the fight and judge for themselves. Boschiero won by at least by 3 points. OPI 2000, the promoter of Boschiero, will fill a protest to the WBC for an immediate rematch. Japanese people are proud people and I think Takahiro Aoh and the promoter Mr. Honda will give Boschiero a deserved rematch."

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comment by MotorCityJaguar, on 11-09-2011
[QUOTE=Team Vitaminas]Sorry but I've yet to see anybody get robbed in Japan. Unless they brought over some Nevada judges then I would believe it. The Japanese people don't act like the rest , they are respectable people and true to the sport.[/QUOTE] I saw a lot of robberies in Japan too.

comment by Team Vitaminas, on 11-09-2011
[quote=jjbj2]This is sarcasm. It better be sarcasm.[/quote] no it wasn't.why?

comment by Doctor_Tenma, on 11-09-2011
It was a poor showing on both sides, neither fighter established themselves in the ring. I probably wouldn't even call that boxing, it looked more like a grappling match. Aoh's conditioning looked worse than ever (He's always had stamina problems) the man was breathing heavily, falling all over t...

comment by jjbj2, on 11-06-2011
[QUOTE=Team Vitaminas]Sorry but I've yet to see anybody get robbed in Japan. Unless they brought over some Nevada judges then I would believe it. The Japanese people don't act like the rest , they are respectable people and true to the sport.[/QUOTE] This is sarcasm. It better be sarcasm.

comment by Team Vitaminas, on 11-06-2011
Sorry but I've yet to see anybody get robbed in Japan. Unless they brought over some Nevada judges then I would believe it. The Japanese people don't act like the rest , they are respectable people and true to the sport.

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