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Photos/Weights: Hozuimi Hasegawa vs Arturo Santos

By Miguel Rivera

The weights are in for the battle between 2008 Mexican Olympian Arturo "King" Santos and two-division world champion Hozuimi Hasegawa. Both fighters made the super bantamweight limit of 122-pounds. Santos came in at 121.9, and Hasegawa was initially a pound over and shed down. Prior to their battle on the scale, Santos and Hasegawa were declared medically in good condition to collide over ten rounds at the Kobe Central Gym in Kobe, Japan. Santos comes in with a record of 12 wins, four of them by knockout, in exchange for two defeats, while Hasegawa has 30 wins, 13 by knockout and four defeats.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MakeItRain on 12-21-2012

I got Hasegawa on this one.

Comment by Hougigo on 12-21-2012

War Hasegawa

Comment by truestory1987 on 12-21-2012

Hasegawa is one of my favorite fighters. He can do well at 122 but his chin will always be his downfall.

Comment by any craic lad? on 12-21-2012

HasegaWAR.Hozumi takes a ud

Comment by koji mizuhara on 12-21-2012

Hasegawa looks good enough. Go Hozumi!

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