February 17th 2002-International Conference Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Ryuhei Sugita (21-1-1, 18) vs Javier Jauregui (43-10-1, 31)
In 2002 promising Japanese fighter Ryuhei Sugita [杉田竜平] battled against Mexican veteran Javier Jauregui
November 4th 2001-International Conference Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Ryuhei Sugita (20-1-1, 17) vs Nakboon Nationman (0-0)
In November 2001 Japanese fight fans saw the heavy handed Ryuhei Sugita take on Nakboon Nationman at the International Conference Hall in Nagoya.
February 25th 2001-International Conference Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Tiger Ari (57-5-3, 25) vs Ryuhei Sugita (19-0-1, 16)
In 2001 Filipino fighter Tiger Ali travelled to Japan to defend the OPBF Super Flyweight title against the unbeaten Ryuhei Sugita.
November 3rd 2000-Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Ryuhei Sugita (18-0-1, 15) Vs Hiroshi Mizushima (17-4-4, 10)
In 2000 Japanese fight fans saw talented prodpespect Ryuhei Sugita take on Hiroshi Mizushima
February 5th 2006-International Conference Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Randy Suico (23-2, 20) vs Ryuhei Sugita (30-2-2, 22)
In 2006 the then OPBF Super Featherweight champion Randy Suico travelled to Japan to take on Ryuhei Sugita in what looked like a really good match up on paper.
July 4th 1998-Tokyo, Japan
Ryuhei Sugita (13-0-1, 11) vs Go Kaneuchi (10-1, 6)
In 1998 Japanese fights saw Ryuhei Sugita fight in his first title fight, as he took on Go Kaneuchi for the vacant Japanese Super Featherweight title. Whilst the contest was the first title bout for Sugita, who later went on to fight for world honours, it was also Kaneuchi's final bout as a professional fighter.
February 8th 2004-Memorial Center, Gifu, Gifu, Japan
Yodsanan Sor Nanthachai (42-2-1, 35) vs Ryuhei Sugita (25-1-2, 21)
The "Thai Tyson" Yodsanan Sor Nanthachai [ยอดสนั่น 3เคแบตเตอรี่] fought his first 45 bouts at home in Thailand. His 46th bout however came in Japan when he took on Japan's Ryuhei Sugita [杉田竜平] in Suguita's birth place of Gifu.
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