March 4th 2000- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Nobuaki Naka (10-0, 9) vs Eiichi Odaka (23-3, 14)
In 2000 Japanese fight fans saw Nobuaki Naka take on Eiichi Odaka for the then vacant Japanese Bantamweight title.
December 19th 1998- Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Nobuaki Naka (6-0, 5) vs Yuki Hiruma (2-1-1, 1)
In 1998 the talented, and promising, Nobuaki Naka faced off with Yuki Hiruma.
March 13th 2004- Brondby Hallen, Brondby, Denmark
Nobuaki Naka (17-0-2, 11) Vs Johnny Bredahl (54-2, 26)
The exciting Japanese Bantamweight Nobuaki Naka began his career with a 19 fight unbeaten streak on the Japan scene. Those 19 fights had seen him win the Japanese national title and score 7 defenses of the belt before he was given the biggest opportunity of his career and fought for the WBA Bantamweight title. Naka got his opportunity against the experienced Johnny Bredahl in Denmark, in what was Naka's first bout outside of his native homeland. For Bredahl this was his third defense of the title.
(Video courtesy of DoctorShawHi)
October 20th 2001- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Nobuaki Naka (14-0, 10) Vs Hisakata Ikemori (15-4-3, 7)
In February 2001 Nobuaki Naka made the 3rd defense of the Japanese Bantamweight title as he defeated Hisataka Ikemori by 10 round unanimous decision in a highly controversial decision. The decision riled Ikemori's camp who filed a protest and just 8 months later the men were back in the ring fighting a rematch that wowed the fans as the men traded bombs in a thrilling, bloody and very evenly fought contest.
(Video courtesy of BunchesInPunches)
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