March 18th 2001-Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea
Lakva Sim (13-2-1, 12) Vs Seung Ho Yuh (13-0-1, 7)
In 2001 former world champion Lakva Sim took on unbeaten Korean Seung Ho Yuh in a good match up on paper
September 16th 2005-Gwinnett Center, Duluth, Georgia, USA
Lakva Sim (20-4-1, 17) Vs Ebo Elder (22-1, 14)
In 2005 Mongolian Lakva Sim, a former 2-weight world champion, battle against Ebo Elder in a WBA Lightweight title eliminator.
June 27 1999-Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo, Japan
Takanori Hatakeyama (22-0-2, 17) Vs Lakva Sim (10-1-1, 9)
In 1999 fans saw an historic bout as Takanori Hatakeyama [畑山隆則] took on Mongolian challenger Lakva Sim [Дугарбаатарын Лхагва]. The bout saw history being created with it's result and saw the loser immediately move up in weight, where he swiftly became a 2-weight world champion.
June 18th 2005-FedEx Forum, Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Lakva Sim (19-4-1, 16) Vs Shawn Simmons (26-13-1, 16)
In 2004 Monbolian fighter Lakva Sim [Дугарбаатарын Лхагва] claimed the WBA Lightweight title, before losing it in his first defense, to Juan Diaz. The following year Sim returned to the ring to face Shawn Simmons.
July 17th 2004-Reliant Center, Houston, Texas, USA
Lakva Sim (19-3-1, 16) Vs Juan Diaz (24-0, 12)
In April 2004 Lakva Sim [Дугарбаатарын Лхагва] became a 2-weight world champion with a stoppage win over Miguel Callist to claim the WBA Lightweight title. Just 3 months later he returned to the ring to try and defend that title against the then fast rising Juan Diaz.
October 31st 1999-Gudeok Gymnasium, Busan, South Korea
Jong Kwon Baek (20-0, 18) Vs Lakva Sim (11-1-1, 10)
In 1999 fans saw Lakva Sim [Дугарбаатарын Лхагва] become the first Mongolian world champion. In his first defense he faced heavy handed Korean Jong kwon Baek [백종권]. Between them the men had 31 wins with 28 KO's and had only been the distance in 5 combined bouts.
February 1st 1997-Songnam Gymnasium, Seoul, South Korea
Yong Soo Choi (21-2, 13) Vs Lakva Sim (5-0, 4)
In recent years we've seen a lot of fighters being fast tracked, with mixed success. One fighter to be fast tracked to a title fight was Mongolian Lakva Sim [Дугарбаатарын Лхагва] who, in his 6th professional bout, challenged WBA Super Featherweight champion Yong Soo Choi [최용수] of South Korea.
April 13th 2002-Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
Yodsanan Sor Nanthachai (37-2-1, 31) vs Lakva Sim (16-2-1, 13)
In 2002 Thai fans got a treat as local action fighter Yodsanan Sor Nanthachai [ยอดสนั่น 3เคแบตเตอรี่] took on former world champion Lakva Sim [Дугарбаатарын Лхагва ], of Mongolia, for the then vacant WBA Super Featherweight title, which had been made vacant after the WBA had elevated Aceline Freitas's position to "Super Champion". IF you like your fights hard with heavy leather then this really is a treat and both men had to prove their toughness.
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