March 3rd 2000-Tokyo, Japan
Akihiko Nago (14-1, 10) vs Felix Marfa (21-20-3, 3)
Following a loss in a world title bout to Hideki Todaka in 1999 Akihiko Nago [名護明彦] would return to the ring the following year in a confidence building match up against Filipino Felix Marfa.
October 21st 1996-Tokyo, Japan
Akihiko Nago (5-0, 3) vs Ryo Yoneyama (2-2, 1)
Unbeaten hopeful Akihiko Nago might never have won a world title, but their was always big hopes on his shoulders and he did look like a really good prospect early on, and in fairness he was a top contender several years. Here we see him in an early bout against against Ryo Yoneyama.
May 10th 2011-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Akihiko Nago (29-7-1, 14) vs Mitsuru Furuya (8-8, 2)
In 2011 Japanese fight fans saw Akihiko Nago battle against Mitsuru Furuya.
October 25th 1998-Ginowan, Okinawa, Japan
Keiji Yamaguchi (26-3, 10) vs Akihiko Nago (12-0, 9)
In 2008 the former WBA Super Flyweight champion Keiji Yamaguchi [山口圭司] took on rising puncher Akihiko Nago [名護明彦], in a bout for Nago's Japanese Super Flyweight title.
November 7th 1999-Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Hideki Todaka (15-2-1, 7) vs Akihiko Nago (14-0, 10)
In late 1999 Japanese puncher Akihiko Nago [名護明彦] challenged compatriot, and the then WBA Super Flyweight champion, Hideki Todaka [戸高秀樹]. The bout would be Todaka's first defense of the title that he had won earlier in 1999.
March 20th 2007-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Akihiko Nago (26-6-1, 14) vs Hidenobu Honda (28-4, 14)
In 2007 former world title challengers Akihiko Nago [名護明彦] and Hidenobu Honda [本田秀伸] faced off in what looked a really good bout on paper and was ultra-competitive in the ring.
July 20th 1998-Tokyo, Japan
Akihiko Nago (11-0, 9) vs Hiroaki Murakoshi (11-4, 9)
In July 1998 Akihiko Nago [名護明彦] made his first defense of the Japanese Super Flyweight title, as he took on fellow puncher Hiroaki Murakoshi [村越裕昭].
March 9th 1998-Tokyo, Japan
Akihiko Nago (10-0, 8) vs Yoshiaki Matsukura (16-2-1, 14)
In March 1998 Japanese fans saw the fast rising Akihiko Nago [名護明彦] challenge Japanese Super Flyweight champion Yoshiaki Matsukura [松倉義明], who was defending the title he had won in tragic circumstances against Akira Taiga the previous year. We don't want to spoil the ending too much, but the finish is outstanding.
December 12th 2000-Maizu Arena, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Masamori Tokuyama (22-2-1, 5) vs Akihiko Nago (17-1, 11)
In the year 2000 Masamori Tokuyama [徳山 昌守] won the WBC Super Flyweight title. In his first defense he took on Akihiko Nago [名護明彦].
June 11th 2000-Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo, Japan
Akihiko Nago (16-1, 11) vs Chartchai Nakornthongparkview (6-1, 5)
Back in 2000 former world title challenger Akihiko Nago battled Thailand's Chartchai Nakornthongparkview, as Nago searched for a second world title fight.
Note-This is an abridged TV version of the fight.
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