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Posted: 2006-08-21 21:31:22
I could've sworn that there were two approaches in the Japanese Kickboxing scene. Oh, well. Shingo, I didn't mean to be harsh on Joichiro Tatsuyoshi, it's just that there were other deserving champions that should've been more recognized. Like Katsuya Onizuka, he hid his fading vision in his left eye and fought on, defending his WBA super-flyweight title several times before being TKO'd and finally retiring.
I've heard a story about Kyoji Saito. He wanted to train in Mejiro Gym and wouldn't stop asking so Kurosaki told him to stand still with a book on his head for 3 days. If he failed, Kurosaki told him to never come back again. Sato was able to do it, and I heard he later knocked out his sempai, Fujiwara. Is this true?

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