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Author:  kimat [ Sat Dec 20, 2008 9:41 pm ]
Post subject:  Randy Suico Vs Ichitaro Ishii

Any one can share a live streaming video link on this fight in Japan?
Hope not yet over.....Thanks in advance :)

Author:  st_ang3r [ Sun Dec 21, 2008 2:36 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Randy Suico Vs Ichitaro Ishii

Ishii upsets #7 Suico!
By Joe Koizumi
Japanese champ Ichitaro Ishii (21-2-1, 16 KOs), 135, captured the OPBF lightweight belt as he kept moving to avert vaunted powerful shots of WBC#7/WBA#11 Randy Suico (28-4-1, 24 KOs), 134.5, and occasionally scored with good counters to be awarded a split decision (115-113, 117-110 and 113-114) over twelve heats on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan. Ishii cleverly moved side-to-side to refuse mixing up with the prefight favorite Sucio, and scored points with right crosses and left hooks. Suico, making his fourth defense, had Ishii at bay in the sixth, when he caught the Japanese and had him badly nose-bleeding with solid uppercuts, but failed to finish the affair. Though Suico dominated the last two sessions, he couldn’t offset his earlier deficit on points. Suico claimed his win, but it was Ishii’s night. He fully utilized his brain and feet as well.

http://fightnews.com/

Author:  doubleblade29 [ Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Randy Suico Vs Ichitaro Ishii

st_ang3r wrote:
Ishii upsets #7 Suico!
By Joe Koizumi
Japanese champ Ichitaro Ishii (21-2-1, 16 KOs), 135, captured the OPBF lightweight belt as he kept moving to avert vaunted powerful shots of WBC#7/WBA#11 Randy Suico (28-4-1, 24 KOs), 134.5, and occasionally scored with good counters to be awarded a split decision (115-113, 117-110 and 113-114) over twelve heats on Saturday in Tokyo, Japan. Ishii cleverly moved side-to-side to refuse mixing up with the prefight favorite Sucio, and scored points with right crosses and left hooks. Suico, making his fourth defense, had Ishii at bay in the sixth, when he caught the Japanese and had him badly nose-bleeding with solid uppercuts, but failed to finish the affair. Though Suico dominated the last two sessions, he couldn’t offset his earlier deficit on points. Suico claimed his win, but it was Ishii’s night. He fully utilized his brain and feet as well.

http://fightnews.com/


sayang. there were talks of him fighting david diaz on the donaire-montiel undercard.

but of course these are all still under negotiations.. 8)

Author:  jackhammer [ Sun Dec 21, 2008 6:50 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Randy Suico Vs Ichitaro Ishii

What a waste of talent unless he dump his handlers and management to look for a new trainer, then it might give him a chance to furhter improve his skills. Suico has a decent power in both hands that might k.o. a world class fighter but lacking of skills...... :?

Author:  AkoSiBoyong [ Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Randy Suico Vs Ichitaro Ishii

jackhammer wrote:
What a waste of talent unless he dump his handlers and management to look for a new trainer, then it might give him a chance to furhter improve his skills. Suico has a decent power in both hands that might k.o. a world class fighter but lacking of skills...... :?


I dunno. I haven't seen the fight but I have a strong feeling it was a robbery.

Author:  benjo101 [ Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:14 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Randy Suico Vs Ichitaro Ishii

too late for randy! one word "SAYANG"

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