September 13th 1999-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Daisuke Naito (11-0-1, 9) vs Myong Sung Lee (0-0)
In 1999 future world champion Daisuke Naito [内藤大助] faced off against Korean foe Myong Sung Lee at the Korakuen Hall.
April 11th 2005-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Daisuke Naito (26-1-2, 19) vs Nobuyuki Enomoto (17-3-3, 2) II
In 1997 Daisuke Naito and Nobuyuki Enomoto fought to a draw, when both men were total novices. They would rematch in 2005, this time with Naito defending the Japanese Flyweight title against a challenger who had twice fought for the OPBF title.
July 30th 2008-Yoyogi First Gym, Tokyo, Japan
Daisuke Naito (32-2-3, 20) vs Tomonobu Shimizu (13-2, 5)
In 2008 WBC Flyweight champion Daisuke Naito [内藤大助] battle against the then Japanese champion Tomonobu Shimizu [清水智信] with Naito looking to make the 3rd defense of his green and gold WBC belt.
November 29th 2009-Super Arena, Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Daisuke Naito (35-2-3, 22) Vs Koki Kameda (21-0, 14)
In 2009 WBC Flyweight champion Daisuke Naito [内藤 大助] battled against former Light Flyweight champion Koki Kameda [亀田 興毅]
July 3rd 2016-Japan
Daisuke Naito (36-3-3, 23) Vs Tomonobu Shimizu (19-4-1, 9)
In 2008 the then WBC Flyweight champion Daisuke Naito [内藤大助] fought countryman Tomonobu Shimizu [清水智信], and scored a 10th round TKO, despite being down on the scorecards going into the later rounds. This past weekend the two men, who have both been retired for years, met up in the ring again for an exhibition bout at a special event in Japan.
December 19th 1998-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Daisuke Naito (8-0-1, 6) vs Noboru Fukuyama (6-1, 4)
In the 1998 Rookie of the Year final at Flyweight fans saw future world champion Daisuke Naito [内藤大助] take on Noboru Fukuyama [福山登].
*Other sources report this bout took place on December 9th 1998.
May 26th 2009-Differ Ariake, Tokyo, Japan
Daisuke Naito (34-2-3, 22) vs Xiong Zhao Zhong (12-1-1, 8)
In 2009 China's Xiong Zhao Zhong [熊朝忠] fought in his first world title bout, a contest against the then WBC Flyweight champion Daisuke Naito [内藤大助].
October 11th 2004-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Daisuke Naito (25-1-2, 18) vs Takeyuki Kojima (11-3-3, 5)
Japan's Daisuke Naito [内藤大助] is known for various reasons, including two speed records. One of those was his 34 second loss to Pongsaklek Wonjongkam, in their first meeting, and the other was his 24 second bout with Takeyuki Kojima [小嶋武幸], which is still a record for the shortest Japanese title fight ever.
April 19th 2002-Khon Kaen, Thailand
Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (43-2, 24) vs Daisuke Naito (19-0-2, 14)
The rivalry between Pongsaklek Wonjongkam [พงษ์ศักดิ์เล็ก ศิษย์คนองศักดิ์] and Daisuke Naito [内藤 大助] lasted around 6 years, with the men meeting 4 times. The first of those bouts was, surprisingly, the most decisive of them, and by far the shortest, in fact it still holds the record for the shortest Flyweight world title fight ever.
October 10th 2005-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Pongsaklek Wonjongkam (57-2, 30) vs Daisuke Naito (27-1-2, 19) II
In 2005 fans saw the second meeting between Pongsaklek Wonjongkam [พงษ์ศักดิ์เล็ก ศิษย์คนองศักดิ์], the then WBC Flyweight champion, and Japanese rival Daisuke Naito [内藤 大助] .
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