January 6th 2001-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hiroyuki Enoki (11-0, 8) vs Siengthip Sitsyasei (3-7, 1)
In earlier 2001 Japan's Hiroyuki Enoki [榎洋之] faced off against Siengthip Sitsyasei at the Korakuen Hall.
March 20th 1999-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hiroyuki Enoki (2-0, 2) vs Kiyoshi Watanabe (1-2, 1)
In 1999 the rising Hiroyuki Enoki took on Kiyoshi Watanabe at Korakuen Hall.
January 9th 1999-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hiroyuki Enoki (1-0, 1) vs Takashi Nishihara (0-2) I
In 1999 a then 19 year old Hiroyuki Enoki, a future world title challenger, took on Takashi Nishihara in what was the first of two bouts between the two men.
June 2nd 2001-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hiroyuki Enoki (12-0, 9) vs Tomoyuki Kusama (11-7-2, 3)
In 2001 the then unbeaten Hiroyuki Enoki battled against Tomoyuki Kusama in a 10 round bout at the Korakuen Hall.
November 17th 2001-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hiroyuki Enoki (13-0, 9) v Jae-Kwang Jung (7-0, 2)
In November 2001 Japanese fans had an interesting match up between unbeaten local Hiroyuki Enoki [榎 洋之] and Korean visitor Jae Kwang Jung, a Korean champion fighting away from home for the first time.
October 10th 2009-Yoyogi #2 Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (15-0, 12) vs Hiroyuki Enoki (28-2, 20)
In the final bout before his first world title bout Satoshi Hosono [細野悟] took on Hiroyuki Enoki [榎洋之], himself a former world title challenger. Interestingly Enoki would only fight once more after this, losing that bout by stoppage, his only stoppage defeat.
April 23rd 2010-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hiroyuki Enoki (28-3-2, 20) Vs Alberto Garza (21-4-1, 17)
Through his first 29 fights Japan's Hiroyuki Enoki (榎 洋之) was unbeaten, sadly for him his downfall was quick and was ended in 2010 after a bout with Alberto Garza.
It's fair to say that Chris John was never known for his wars. He was an excellent fighter though, barring one or two examples, he fought as a boxer as opposed to a brawler.
One of those exceptions was his fantastic bout with Japanese fighter Hiroyuki Enoki, a bout that deserved to be called a "war" with both men throwing serious leather at the other and both having the scars of war at the end of the bout. It truly was a great bout that combined plenty of skills, lots of action and real heart from both men.
If you've not seen this one before we really recommend you give it a watch it a watch, it may help change your view on Chris John who really could go to war when he needed to.
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