October 2nd 2017- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Reiya Abe (14-2, 7) Vs Satoshi Hosono (33-3-1, 22)
Last week Japanese fight fans saw rising youngster Reiya Abe [阿部 麗也] battle against former multi-time world title challenger Satoshi Hosono [細野 悟]
October 3rd 2016-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (32-2-1, 21) Vs Jonathan Victor Barros (40-4-1, 22)
Earlier this month Japanese veteran Satoshi Hosono [細野 悟] battled against Argentina's Jonathan Victor Barros in an IBF Featherweight world title eliminator
November 8th 2010-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (17-1, 13) vs Koji Umetsu (16-10-3, 7)
Back in 2010 former world title challenger Satoshi Hosono [細野 悟] attempted to become the Japanese Featherweight champion for the first time, taking on former champion Koji Umetsu [梅津 宏治] in a bout for the vacant title.
June 26th 2016-Fashion Center Event Hall Seoul, South Korea
Satoshi Hosono (31-2-1, 20) vs Rasmanudin (19-15-3, 10)
This past Sunday fans had the chance to see former world title challenger Satoshi Hosono [細野 悟] travel to Korea for a stay busy type bout against Indonesian fighter Rasmanudin.
March 28th 2016-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (30-2-1, 20) vs Rikiya Fukuhara (31-8-1, 23) III
In late March Japanese fans in Tokyo had the chance to see the third meeting between former world title challenger Satoshi Hosono [細野 悟] and Japanese rival Rikiya Fukuhara [福原 力也]. The previous two bouts had both seen Hosono come out on top, though it was clear that Fukuhara was determined to change that, and claim the Japanese Featherweight title, coming in to this one.
October 22nd 2015-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (28-2-1, 20) vs Takuya Watanabe (26-5-1, 12)
In 2015 we saw Japanese Featherweight champion Satoshi Hosono [細野 悟] fight 4 times. One of those bouts saw former world title challenger battle the teak tough Takuya Watanabe [渡邉 卓也], who was taking part in his second Japanese title bout.
This video also features footage of Momo Koseki [小関 桃] Vs Ayaka Miyao [宮尾 綾香] and Ryo Matsumoto [松本 亮] Vs Saensak Sithwarunee, though both of those bouts are only shown very briefly.
October 10th 2009-Yoyogi #2 Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (15-0, 12) vs Hiroyuki Enoki (28-2, 20)
In the final bout before his first world title bout Satoshi Hosono [細野悟] took on Hiroyuki Enoki [榎洋之], himself a former world title challenger. Interestingly Enoki would only fight once more after this, losing that bout by stoppage, his only stoppage defeat.
December 29th 2015-Ariake Colosseum Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (29-2-1, 20) Vs Akifumi Shimoda (30-4-2, 13)
December 29th 2015 staged the second FES boxing card. As part of that card fans in Tokyo got the chance to see a compelling Japanese Featherweight title bout between defending champion Satoshi Hosono and former world champion Akifumi Shimoda if you like compelling and competitive fights then this is one for you.
(Video thanks to 高嶋史郎)
January 24th 2009-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (13-0, 10) Vs Masaki Sawanaga (22-8-4, 8)
There are a lot of fighters out there who spend their career being regarded as a contender in their division with out ever becoming a world champion. There is a growing feeling that that might be the case for Satoshi Hosono. The Japanese puncher is a multi-time world title challenger and one of the heaviest handed fighters on the Oriental scene. One of his Oriental title bouts saw him face off against fellow Japanese fighter Masaki Sawanaga. This bout came just 3 months after Hosono had claimed the Oriental title with a decision win against Makyo Sugita.
January 3rd 2007-Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo, Japan
Satoshi Hosono (6-0, 5) Vs Mario Garcia (7-6-1, 4)
Japan's heavy handed Satoshi Hosono has rarely been dull to watch given his toughness, aggressive nature and power. Japanese fans got to see him very early in his career ans seen here with Hosono's 7th professional bout, a contest with Mexican fighter Mario Garcia.
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