Some fighters fight their whole career for once chance to become a world champion. Other fighters get numerous chances though seem to fall short time and time again, despite often putting up a great effort. It's the wins over those repeated title challengers that can split the champions from title holder to real champion, from paper belt holder to world champion.
One of those repeated challengers is Japan's Hiroyuki Hisataka who has faced numerous world level fighters and often given a great account of himself lasting the distance in competitive contests. The one exception came when he battled Argentina's amazing talented Omar Andres Narvaez and was genuinely dominated by the supremely talented Argentinian, from the first bell to the eventual stoppage. If was masterclass by Narvaez that showed, even at his advanced age, that he was still one of the very best in weight class.
If you've not seen this one you've missed out on one of Narvaez's best performance. Really sensational stuff from the Argentinian known as the "Hurracan".
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