September 5th 1995-Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Hi Yong Choi (18-1, 8) Vs Keiji Yamaguchi (18-0, 7)
In 1995 Korean fighter Hi Yong Choi [최점환] travelled to Osaka to defend his WBA Light Flyweight title against the unbeaten Keiji Yamaguchi [山口圭司]
October 25th 1998-Ginowan, Okinawa, Japan
Keiji Yamaguchi (26-3, 10) vs Akihiko Nago (12-0, 9)
In 2008 the former WBA Super Flyweight champion Keiji Yamaguchi [山口圭司] took on rising puncher Akihiko Nago [名護明彦], in a bout for Nago's Japanese Super Flyweight title.
August 13th 1996-Central Gymnasium, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Keiji Yamaguchi (20-1, 7) Vs Carlos Murillo (34-3, 28) II
In 1996 Japanese fans twice got to see Keiji Yamaguchi [山口圭司] battle Carlos Murillo, here we see their second meeting.
November 22nd 1997-Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Keiji Yamaguchi (23-2, 8) Vs Jose Bonilla (23-3, 12)
In 1997 Japan's Keiji Yamaguchi 山口圭司] attempted to become a 2-weight champion as he took on WBA Flyweight champion Jose Bonilla, who was looking for the 3rd defense of his title.
December 3rd 1996-Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Pichit Chor Siriwat (16-1, 8) Vs Keiji Yamaguchi (21-1, 7)
In 1996 Thailand's Pichit Chor Siriwat [พิชิต ช.ศิริวัฒน์] travelled to Japan to face then then WBA Light Flyweight champion Keiji Yamaguchi [山口圭司] in what looked like a well matched bout on paper, with each fighter having just a single blemish on their records.
Note-During the research for this we were informed that Pichit Chor Siriwat was the brother of fellow champion Pichit Sithbanprachan, one of the few world champions to retire unbeaten.
October 10th 2000-Tokyo, Japan
Masayuki Arinaga (10-1, 6) vs Keiji Yamaguchi (30-5-1, 11)
One of the many random fights that we recently stumbled on was a contest between Masayuki Arinaga [有永 政幸], who later went on to claim JBC and OPBF titles, and Keiji Yamaguchi [山口 圭司], a former WBA World Light Flyweight champion.
[Note-video doesn't include round 1]
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