May 8th 1976-Estadio Juan Ramon Loubriel, Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Guts Ishimatsu (31-11-6, 17) vs Esteban De Jesus (47-3, 27)
In May 1976 Japan's Guts Ishimatsu [ガッツ 石松] travelled to Puerto Rico to defend the WBC Lightweight title against Esteban De Jesus
April 11th 1974-Nihon University Auditorium, Tokyo, Japan
Guts Ishimatsu (26-11-5, 14) vs Rodolfo Gonzalez (79-6-1, 66)
In 1974 Japan's Guts Ishimatsu [ガッツ 石松] challenged WBC Lightweight champion Rodolfo Gonzalez, in what was the third world title shot for Ishimatsu
September 8th 1973-Gimnasio Nuevo Panama, Panama City, Panama
Guts Ishimatsu (25-10-5, 13) Vs Robert Duran (37-1, 31)
In 1973 Japanese fighter Guts Ishimatsu [ガッツ 石松] took on boxing legend Roberto Duran, in a bout for Duran's WBA Lightweight title.
June 6th 1970-Gimnasio Nuevo Panama, Panama City, Panama
Guts Ishimatsu (16-5-4, 10) vs Ismael Laguna (62-6-1, 36)
In the summer of 1970 Japan's the then relatively unknown Ishimatsu Suzuki, who would later become Guts Ishimatsu [ガッツ 石松], travelled to Panama to take on the great Ismael Laguna, then the WBA and WBC Lightweight champion
December 4th 1975-Nihon University Auditorium, Tokyo, Japan
Guts Ishimatsu (30-11-6, 16) vs Alvaro Rojas (12-6, 6)
In December 1975 Guts Ishimatsu [ガッツ 石松], the then WBC Lightweight champion, entered the ring looking for his 5th title defense, as he took on Costa Rican challenger Alvaro Rojas.
April 2nd 1977-Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Saensak Muangsurin (7-1, 6) vs Guts Ishimatsu (31-12-6, 17)
In 1977 the then WBC Light Welterweight champion Saensak Muangsurin [แสนศักดิ์ เมืองสุรินทร์] travelled to Japan to face former Lightweight champion Guts Ishimatsu [ガッツ 石松].
February 27th 1975-Metropolitan Gym, Tokyo, Japan
Guts Ishimatsu (28-11-6, 16) Vs Ken Buchanan (56-2, 25)
In 1975 Japanese fans saw local fighter Guts Ishimatsu [ガッツ 石松] take on Ken Buchanan the bout was the third defense of the WBC Lightweight title by Ishimatsu whilst Buchanan was hoping to become a 2-time world champion.
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