We've got to be honest we've again struggled to find much of note to include here though we have got some interesting things for August 21st it's not as many as we'd have liked.
In 1973 Hawaii played host to a card featuring numerous Asian fighters. The most notable of the bouts on this card saw Filipino Ben Villaflor score a 3rd round KO against Japan's Akihiro Kawasaki and in his very next bout, just 2 months later, Vallaflor became a 2-time world champion winning the WBA World Super Featherweight title with an opening round KO against Kuniaki Shibata. That KO was one of the greatest of all time and really should be watched and over.
Exactly 8 years after that card saw the birth of one-time world title challenger Daigo Nakahiro, unfortunately for Nakahiro he is best known for his loss to Pongsaklek Wonjongkam rather than any particular win, though he was, for a while, the Japanese Super Flyweight champion. At the time of writing Nakahiro has a record of 24-4-2 (10) and all 4 of those losses have come to world champions.
In 2005 Koki Kameda stopped Wanmeechok Singwancha to claim the OPBF Flyweight title, Koki's first professional title. The bout saw Wanmeechok coming in as the champion having won the title 2 months earlier but his reign lasted less than 3 rounds with Kameda dropping him twice in the opening round and again in round 3 as he showed the early promise that had many fans being excited about him. Sadly for Koki, Japan's only 3-weight world champion, he would later become more infamous than famous and now many in Japan have turned against him and his brothers who are all unlicensed by the JBC.