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Takashi Uchiyama vs Roy Mukhlis WBA Super Featherweight World Title Also Featuring Tomas Rojas vs Kohei Kono Official Onsite Ticket

Takashi Uchiyama vs Roy Mukhlis WBA Super Featherweight World Title Also Featuring Tomas Rojas vs Kohei Kono Official Onsite Ticket

Takashi Uchiyama vs Roy Mukhlis WBA super featherweight World title also featuring Tomas Rojas vs Kohei Kono WBC super flyweight World title official on-site stubless ticket, 20th September 2010, Super Arena, Saitama, Japan.

Uchiyama W TKO 5

Rojas W unanimous decision

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Takashi Uchiyama vs Roy Mukhlis - WBA Super Featherweight World Title

Takashi Uchiyama (内山 高志 Uchiyama Takashi?, born November 10, 1979) Japan. He is the current WBA (Super) Super featherweight Champion. Nicknamed 'KO Dynamite', he carries devastating one punch knockout power.

Uchiyama reached a peak of #10 in The Ring (magazine) Pound for Pound listings.

Early Life
He was born in Nagasaki Prefecture, grew up in Kasukabe, Saitama, and lives in Tokyo.

Boxing Career
Uchiyama compiled an amateur record of 91-22 (59 KOs), including his accomplishments of winning four lightweight titles. He turned professional in 2005, and won his debut via the first round knockout on 16 July. On September 8, 2007, Uchiyama captured the OPBF super featherweight title, then defended it five times. He has been called by a nickname KO Dynamite (Knockout Dynamite) in Japan.

WBA Super Featherweight Champion
Uchiyama won the WBA super featherweight title from Mexican Juan Carlos Salgado via a twelfth round TKO in the latter's first title defence in Tokyo at the Tokyo Big Sight on January 11, 2010. On May 17, 2010, he defeated Venezuelan Angel Granados via a sixth round TKO for his first defence at the Saitama Super Arena.

Titles

Amateur
*The 71st All Japan Amateur Boxing Championships, Lightweight Champion
*The 72nd All Japan Amateur Boxing Championships, Lightweight Champion
*The 73rd All Japan Amateur Boxing Championships, Lightweight Champion
*The 57th National Sports Festival, Boxing, Adult, Lightweight Champion

Professional
*The 35th OPBF Super featherweight Champion (Defence: 5 times)
*The 41st WBA World Super featherweight Champion (Defence: 8 times)













Roy Mukhlis (born in Bima , West Nusa Tenggara , 4 October 1986 , age 29 years, with the original name Julius Bero) Indonesia.

Mukhlis was orphaned eldest son of the deceased pair Mundawa Joseph and Dina Mahageda. He aspires happy fourth brother who was in Sumba . This time Roy Mukhlis has a home in the area Sambiroto Semarang , which is the fruit of perseverance and hard work in boxing.

Mukhlis trained by Sutan Rambing (former coach of World champion Chris John ) at Sasana Bank Buana, Semarang.

Mukhlis won the Asian level junior lightweight version of the PABA on 27 April 2007 , by beating Thailand boxer Aree Posuwangym in 12 rounds in Studio TVRI , Jakarta .

Asia-Pacific regional title Mukhlis grew when he grabbed the title of junior lightweight champion version WBO Oriental by beating boxer Philippines , Fernando Otic by KO round 5 in Jakarta , 28 December 2007 . Now Roy is the second champion title WBO Oriental and PABA asia the WBC international title.

Mukhlis got a golden opportunity to challenge super featherweight World champion version WBA , Takashi Uchiyama , in Saitama , Japan , 20 September 2010. Unfortunately, Mukhlis lost TKO round 5 to the champion.












Tomás Rojas Gómez (born June 12, 1980 in Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico) is a Mexican in the Super Flyweight division. He is the former WBC Super Flyweight Champion.

Pro Career
He won the interim WBC super flyweight title on July 18, 2009 against landsman Everardo Morales.

WBC Super Flyweight Championship
On September 20, 2010 Rojas won the WBC Super Flyweight Championship against Kohei Kono in Saitama, Saitama, Japan. On February 5, 2011, Rojas defended his title against former two time WBA Super Flyweight champion Nobuo Nashiro, winning by unanimous decision. Rojas lost his title to Suriyan Sor Rungvisai in Sisaket, Thailand on August 19, 2011.












Kohei Kono (河野公平 Kōno Kōhei?) Japan. Is the current WBA Super flyweight Champion.

Kono captured the WBA super flyweight title in his third World title shot against Thailand's Tepparith Kokietgym via fourth round knockout at the Ota-City General Gymnasium in Tokyo on December 31, 2012.