June 27th 1988-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Jung Koo Chang (35-1, 15) vs Hideyuki Ohashi (8-2, 4) II
In 1988 Korean icon Jung Koo Chang [장정구] travelled to Japan to defend the WBC Light Flyweight title against Japan's Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋 秀行], in a second meeting between the two men
December 3rd 1985- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (3-0, 2) vs Shin Sayama (6-6, 4) I
In 1985 Japanese legend Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] took on Shin Sayama, in their first of two bouts.
March 20th 1986- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (4-0, 3) vs Bong Jun Kim (8-3-2, 2)
Sometimes we come across footage we can't believe exists and amazingly we've come across some fan-cam footage of the 1986 bout between Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] and Bong Jun Kim [김봉준]. The footage, and similar footage, leaves us wondering what other hidden classics are out there on other tape in someones loft. Of course this is bout is known for other reasons, but we won't spoil those reasons.
April 7th 1987-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (5-2, 3) Vs Shin Sayama (6-10, 4) II
Japanese great Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] twice fought Shin Sayama. Their first bout was in 1985 whilst their second came in 1987.
January 11th 1988-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (7-2, 4) Vs Tomohiro Kiyuna (20-2, 8)
In 1988 Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] attempted to become a 2-time Japanese champion Tomohiro Kiyuna. Interestingly both of these men had come up short in world title bouts prior to this contest against Korean legends, with Ohahsi losing to Jung Koo Chang and Kiyuna losing to Myung Woo Yuh, both in 1986.
October 18th 1988- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (8-3, 4) vs Romy Ceniza (4-7-2, 3)
In summer 1986 Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] suffered his second set back at world level, being beaten by the great Jung Koo Chang for the second time. In his first bout back after that loss he took on the limited Romy Cenzia.
October 3rd 1989- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (11-3, 7) vs Boy Emilia (3-3)
In 1989 Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] fought 3 times as he tried to work his way towards a third world title bout. His third bout of the year saw him take on Boy Emilia.
Note- On screen graphic lists Emilia as being 12-4-1 (2)
June 8th 1990- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (13-3, 9) vs Napa Kiatwanchai (11-1-1, 5)
In early 1990 Japan's Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] claimed the WBC Minimumweight title, less than 4 months later he returned to the ring to make his first defense, as he took on Thailand's Napa Kiatwanchai [นภา เกียรติวันชัย]
August 20th 1992-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (15-4, 10) vs Rico Macaubos (17-11-1, 11)
Just 10 months after he was stopped by Ricardo Lopez Japanese fighter Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] was looking to rebuild and in his second bout since that loss he took on Rico Macaubos.
June 2nd 1992-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (17-4, 11) vs Joe Constantino (6-9-1, 2)
In 1992 Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] was battling his way towards a second world title. On his way to that shot he took on former world title challenger Joe Constantino.
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