October 18th 2003-M.E.N. Arena, Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
In Jin Chi (27-2, 16) vs Michael Brodie (35-1, 23) I
In October 2003 British fight fans at the M.E.N. Arena got the chance to see one of the best ever fights on British soil, as local favourite Michael Brodie and Korean visitor In Jin Chi [지인진] traded blows for the WBC Featherweight title.
January 30th 2005-Convention Hall, Grand Hilton, Seoul, South Korea
In Jin Chi (29-2-1, 18) Vs Tommy Browne (17-2-1, 7)
In 2004 Korean fighter In Jin Chi [지인진] claimed the WBC Featherweight title with a win over Britain's Michael Brodie. In his second defense he took on 21 year old Australian challenger Tommy Browne.
July 28th 2008- Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA
Erik Morales (40-0, 31) Vs In Jin Chi (24-1, 14)
In 2008 Western fans got their chance go see Korean warrior In Jin Chi [지인진], who challenged the then unbeaten Erik Morales in a bout for the WBC Featherweight title. Prior this one Chi was a real unknown outside of Asia though finished the bout with a genuinely enhanced reputation as a real tough guy and a fun to watch fighter.
April 10th 2004-M.E.N. Arena, Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
In-Jin Chi (27-2-1, 16) vs Michael Brodie (35-1-1, 23) II
In 2003 British fans saw a thrilling contest when Korean slugger In Jin Chi [池仁珍] fought to a highly controversial draw with local fighter Michael Brodie. The controversy of he bout lead to an immediate rematch with the two men again engaging in a war.
January 29th 2006-Kyuden Gym, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan
In Jin Chi (30-2, 18) Vs Takashi Koshimoto (38-1-2, 17)
South Korean fight In Jin Chi is the last Korean fighter who really proved himself on the world stage. The multi-time world champion came to prominence following bouts with Erik Morales and Michael Brodie though continued to fight at the top tier until his retirement in 2006. One of his final bouts saw him travel to Japan to defend his title again Takashi Koshimoto.
Here we include some of the best, most interesting, most exciting or most eye catching videos from around the Asian boxing world.