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  Ken Buchanan
Buchanan lost a 15 round decision to Velazquez, but nevertheless, he continued his ascent towards the number one spot in the rankings by beating Tavarez in a rematch, Chris Fernandez[?] and Brian Hudson[?], the latter of whom was beaten by a knockout in five in a defense of the British Lightweight title.
Buchanan retained the title with another decision over Laguna, and then he had a couple of non-title affairs, one in London and one in South Africa.
Buchanan re-grouped once again, and won in a defense of the European Lightweight title against Giancarlo Usai[?] by a knockout in 12.
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Ken, the older of two boys, caught the fistic fever after he received a pair of boxing gloves from an aunt for his eighth birthday, and soon Ken had talked his father into allowing him to join the local Sparta boxing club (where a plaque now commemorates his career).
Buchanan rallied in the championship rounds and pinned Laguna against the ropes in the twelfth for a particularly heavy barrage.
Buchanan's reactions that he was in the sort of pain not often produced by a legal punch.
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 Pinal County Development Services - [Assistant County Manager]
Ken Buchanan is a native Pinal County resident born in Casa Grande and raised in Eloy.
Buchanan is a graduate of Central Arizona College (AS -Law Enforcement) and Arizona State University (BS- Recreation Management and MPA - Masters in Public Administration).
Ken is currently an active member of the Central Arizona College Foundation and the Pinal County University Foundation.
www.co.pinal.az.us /DevServices/director.asp   (207 words)

 US Bazaar.com : Encyclopedia Pages : Ken Buchanan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Buchanan was born in Edinburgh and started boxing professionally on September 20, 1965, beating Brian Tonks by a knockout in two rounds in London.
At that time, the WBA and the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBC), were in the middle of a feud, and Buchanan was not allowed to fight in the United Kingdom.
Buchanan took a beating through out the bout and required hospitalization and surgery after the bout.
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 Ken Buchanan Autograph
Ken Buchanan challenged lightweight champion Ismael Laguna on September 26, 1970 in Puerto Rico.
Buchanan rocked the champion in the 12th round and won the title via narrow split decision -- 145-144 (twice) and 144-145.
Ken Buchanan was inactive from 1976 to 1978 and fought sporadically until retiring for good in 1983.
www.boxing-memorabilia.com /buchanan.htm   (358 words)

 Ken Buchanan - Iron Life Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ken Buchanan was one of the finest lightweights of the modern era.
Born in Edinburgh on January 28, 1945, Buchanan’s rise was slow by today’s standards and, after turning pro in November 1965, most of his early contests were in sporting clubs where he picked up the Scottish and later the British title with an 11th round knockout of Maurice Cullen.
Buchanan had earned one final crack at the big time, but lost on points in a bid for the WBC crown against Japanese champion Guts Ishimatsu in Tokyo.
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 IBHOF / International Boxing Hall of Fame, Ken Buchanan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Buchanan challenged lightweight champion Ismael Laguna on September 26, 1970 in Puerto Rico.
Buchanan claimed he was kneed in the groin.
Buchanan was inactive from 1976 to 1978 and fought sporadically until retiring for good in 1983.
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 Borough park dedicated to late councilman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ken Buchanan was a veteran of World War II and was one of the people responsible for getting the boat launch established at the River Road park during his 18-year tenure on the Borough Council.
Ken was the son of a longtime borough councilman.
He said Ken Buchanan was instrumental in seeing the completion of numerous projects in the borough.
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Buchanan tried to discourage his challenger with one or two effective uppercuts and certainly seemed to be finding his rhythm in a calmer fourth round, but the champion’s few successes were being swamped by the greater volume of return fire.
Buchanan looked like a man who was in the fight of his life, who had to dig and scrap and claw for every small piece of turf he gained.
Buchanan broke free of his tireless pursuer and bounced up and down as he tried vainly to shake fresh life into his arms and legs Duran was hunting him down all the time, but Ken was firing back defiantly when the two fighters moved to the ropes at the sound of the bell.
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 Boxing in Las Vegas: Amato's Digest 5/28/06.htm
It was the June night in which Roberto lifted Ken's lightweight title and started a reign of terror in the lightweight division that lasted until 1978.
Although Duran was winning, the controversial end in the thirteenth round of the Buchanan fight should have warranted a return match for Ken. The Buchanan camp said he was hit low at the end of the thirteenth round and could not continue.
Buchanan would have had a better chance of establishing his fine jab thus giving him a decent chance of beating DeJesus.
www.boxinginlasvegas.com /Amato/amato_052806.htm   (417 words)

 Ken Buchanan vs. Jim Watt - Excellent Fight - Boxing Forum
Actually the ref was scoring the fight and had it 74 and and a quarter to Buchanan, and 72 and a half for Watt.
Buchanan stormed the last couple of rounds, his stamina was fantastic, even though the skill he displayed in this fight was not that great.
So much of Buchanan's style depended on landing his jab with ease (which he did in most of his prime fights); this was an example of what Buchanan did when that wasn't possible.
www.eastsideboxing.com /forum/showthread.php?t=47206   (1100 words)

 Ken Buchanan Once More | TheSweetScience.com Boxing
I sometimes come across Ken Buchanan at the fights, sometimes at boxing dinners, a short, sparse man whose face carries the marks of battle, a man in the Hall of Fame.
Ken Buchanan peered into the mirror set on a wall of his cramped quarters, carefully peeling back bruised lips so that he could examine the cuts inside his mouth.
Buchanan retained the body of a young man; the shoulders well shaped, his abdomen a washboard of rippling muscle, but the face in the dressing room mirror was that of pensioner.
www.thesweetscience.com /boxing-article/2759/ken-buchanan-once-more/boxing-prediction.php   (1122 words)

 Councilman Buchanan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Daniel E. Buchanan, 31, is a life-long resident of Sayreville and is serving his first three- year term on the Sayreville Borough Council.
Buchanan has strong ties to the community and is a strong community leader.
Buchanan is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in Administration of Justice.
www.sayreville.com /BIOS/bio_Buchanan.htm   (143 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Buchanan lost a 15 round decision to Velazquez, but nevertheless he continued his ascent to the number one spot in the rankings by beating Tavarez (in a rematch), Chris Fernandez and Brian Hudson...
Buchanan added the European Lightweight championship belf to his shelf by defeating Puddu by a decision in 15 rounds.
Ken Buchanan retired with a record of 61 wins, with 27 wins by knockout, and 8 losses in 69 professional bouts.
www.ringwork.com /Bios.aspx?BioBoxer=75   (930 words)

 Overview of Kenneth (Ken) Buchanan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Buchanan went on to defend this title twice in the USA, before losing it in a controversial fight against Robert Duran at Madison Square Garden (New York) in 1972.
Buchanan came back to defeat fellow Scot and future world champion Jim Watt (b.1948) to regain the British lightweight title and win the Lonsdale Belt outright (1973).
Buchanan fought relatively little thereafter and finally retired in 1983, with a record of 62 win and only 8 defeats.
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 Council ready to settle dispute over park name
The new ordinance comes on the heels of complaints raised by members of the Buchanan family that, despite the fact that many people refer to the site as Buchanan Park, the park name was never made official.
Ken Buchanan's grandson, Councilman Daniel Buchanan, recused himself from discussion of the issue during the council's agenda meeting last week, due to his family connection to the matter.
In 1991, the park was going to be named after Ken Buchanan, who was one of the people responsible for getting the boat launch established there.
suburban.gmnews.com /news/2006/0316/Front_Page/023.html   (671 words)

 Scotsman.com Sport - Boxing - Buchanan rekindles glove affair   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
RING legend Ken Buchanan can now relive the most glorious moment of his boxing career at the same Sparta gym where his quest for glory began in 1953.
Buchanan, the British, European and undisputed world lightweight champion between 1968 and 1972 and also voted Britain’s greatest-ever boxer by sportswriters in 1978, unveiled the plaque which has been returned to its rightful place in McDonald Road after being stolen 20 years ago.
Again a delighted Ken Buchanan said: "American ring great Sugar Ray Robinson couldn’t handle 104 degrees of heat in 1952 when he collapsed in the 13th round against Joey Maxim in a world title fight.
sport.scotsman.com /boxing.cfm?id=812952004   (387 words)

 Edinburgh Evening News - Sport - Boxing legend Ken Buchanan in hospital after fall at his home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
BOXING legend Ken Buchanan is being treated in hospital after falling at his home.
Buchanan has injured his ankle and is now in the Mears Ward of Edinburgh's Astley Ainslie Hospital recovering and looks set to be there for at least two weeks.
Ken Buchanan joined the Sparta club in McDonald Road in 1953 as an eight-year-old and, after a brilliant amateur ring career at featherweight, he went on to even greater glory as a professional boxer.
edinburghnews.scotsman.com /sport.cfm?id=2101842005   (599 words)

 Network America News
Ken: Yeah, as soon as the people realize that these judges — and the politicians who appoint them -- are kept in power by easily rigged, secretly counted computerized elections — this country’s going to be filled with righteous anger.
Ken: Buchanan did well in all the early primaries in 1996 where paper ballots were used --- then, when the computerized states came, Dole beat him in 28 straight computer landslides.
Ken: It looks to me like the 5 Big TV Networks, 49 Secretaries of state, and 3000+ counties in this country are spitting on the ultimate sacrifice of our brave ancestors.
www.votefraud.org /News/2000/10/101900.html   (2455 words)

 Lightweight Champion of the World - signed by Ken Buchanan - Limited edition authentically signed sports memorabilia ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ken is the only living British boxer to be inaugurated in the International Boxing Hall of Fame.
Arguably the greatest Scottish boxer of all time, Ken Buchanan was the undisputed lightweight world champion between 1968 and 1972.
Buchanan's crafty boxing style enabled him to shade the decision by the odd point and he reigned for four years as undisputed World Champion.
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Ken: These same Big TV Networks feed us their warped public opinion polls every day for months to prepare us for the easily rigged computerized count on election day.
Ken: The modern day Money Changers know that if Buchanan gets less than 5%, that means no ballot access and no matching funds for the Reform Party in 2004.
Ken: In the 90's it was terror bomb IRAQ, where a flurry of Clinton/ Bush/Gore War Crimes still continue.
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 BraggingRightsCorner.com - A couple of fights I wish I could have seen... by Jim Amato
Finally Ken secured a match with WBC lightweight champion Ishimatsu " Guts" Suzuki in Tokyo.
Buchanan had his most trouble with hard charging, aggressive fighters like Duran and Suzuki.
Buchanan would have had a better chance of establishing his fine jab thus giving him a decent chance of beating De Jesus.
www.braggingrightscorner.com /amatofantasyfights062406.html   (441 words)

 Ken Buchanan vs Mando Ramos
On paper it looks like Ken by decision win unless Mando came into this one in great shape, from clean training and then anything is possible.
As much as I like and respect Ramos as a fighter, I think Buchanan would win a decision, even if Ramos was clean.
Buchanan was a brilliant boxer, underappreciated in his day, I would see his excellent jab spearing Mando all night long.
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 Buchanan, Watson and Related Families - pafn73 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Annie (Julia Ann)'s obit, and Emily's as well, say their father's name was William Scott, not John Scott.] George Scott, son of James Scott, remembers when he accompanied his father to the huckleberry marsh in Ellice to help him draw out ties, when he was a small boy.
Stanley Buchanan built the barn on this property in 1909 and the house in 1915.
James Buchanan originally owned this Century farm, which passed through his son, Stanley, to his grandson, Walter, to his great granddaughter, Anne.
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 Roberto Duran, Born to be Champion
By the time he was to face Ken Buchanan for the lightweight title Duran was already growing past the stage of being just a slugging hitter, but was gradually molding into a fine puncher-boxer.
Duran won the lightweight championship at the age of 21 by beating clever Ken Buchanan in 13 rounds at New York’s Madison Square Garden.
It was a good fight and although Buchanan’s boxing ability gave Duran some difficulty Roberto was clearly winning at the time of the stoppage.
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 Buchanan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Buchanan is a surname of Scottish origin and is the surname of:
Bay Buchanan, sister to Pat Buchanan, President of The American Cause
Francis Buchanan, (1762-1829), Scottish surgeon, geographer and naturalist
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Buchanan   (183 words)

 Southwest Children's Literature Main Page
Ken Buchanan knew he wanted to be a writer since he was a little boy.
Ken wrote the first draft of the story in one sitting.
Ken has only been on half of these trips because he is currently working.
storytrail.com /SWCL/pages/hmm3.html   (485 words)

 Sportlist.com - TV Sports Listings.
A look back over the career of Scottish former WBA world lightweight champion Ken Buchanan, featuring many of the highlights of an impressive career.
Ken Buchanan is the first living Scottish boxer to make it into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and, more significantly
A low blow after the bell sounded the end of the 13th prevented him from continuing, but Buchanan had already won the hearts of the American public with one of the bravest performances ever seen in the ring.
members.fortunecity.com /sportlist/editorial/boxing/big-fights.html   (294 words)

 Ken Buchanan on TV - Live TV Schedules, Ken Buchanan Coverage and TV Channel Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Ken Buchanan on TV - Full Listings of TV shows featuring Ken Buchanan this week.
Central City Mayor Ken Buchanan says he'd like the village to...
Central City Mayor Ken Buchanan says he'd like the village to consider lowering its utility tax to give residents a break with the upcoming rate increases...
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