Current Japanese promoter Hideyuki Ohashi was one of the more notable "little men" of the 1980's and 1990's despite only having two very short reigns as a world champion. His style, guts and bravery left him as one of Japan's stand out figures in the sport with his popularity still high today and his personality is able to draw top fighters to his gym on a regular basis. Part of why he's so popular is that he faced the best on a regular basis and were it not for the likes of Ricardo Lopez and Jung Koo Chang he would likely have held titles for much longer than he did.
Here we see a documentary on Ohashi following his first title win, a victory over Jum Hwan Choi in 1990 to claim the WBC Minimumweight title, the first of two titles that Ohashi would claim at the world level.
The documentary features fight footage, interviews and training footage of Ohashi and is well worth a watch for boxing historians and those who perhaps aren't aware of Ohashi's in-ring career.
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