July 27th 2018-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Yusaku Kuga (16-2-1, 11) Vs Shingo Wake (24-5-2, 16)
This past Friday fight fans at the Korakuen Hall saw Yusaku Kuga [久我勇作] hunt his third defense of the Japanese Super Bantamweight title as he faced off with former world title challenger Shingo Wake [和氣 慎吾].
June 10th 2013-Korakuen Hall, Toyko, Japan
Shingo Wake (15-4-2, 8) vs Jovylito Aligarbes (10-2, 4)
Back in 2013 Shingo Wake [和氣 慎吾], the then OPBF Super Bantamweight champion, took on Jovy Aligarbes, who also fought in Japan as Jovy Katsumata.
June 10th 2013-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Shingo Wake (13-4-2, 6) vs Eita Kikuchi (14-2-4, 6)
In his first defense of the OPBF Super Bantamweight title Shingo Wake [和氣 慎吾] battled felow Japanese fighter Eita Kikuchi [菊地永太].
October 14th 2013-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Shingo Wake (14-4-2, 7) vs Jhunriel Ramonal (13-5-4, 7)
In early 2013 Shingo Wake [和氣 慎吾] won the OPBF Super Bantamweight title, stopping Yukinori Oguni, in his second defense of the title Wake took on Filipino fighter Jhunriel Ramonal.
December 31st 2017-Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan
Shingo Wake (22-5-2, 14) vs Adundet Saithonggym (0-2)
To end 2017 Japanese fight fans at the Ota-City gym saw Shingo Wake [和氣 慎吾] take on Adundet Saithonggym.
September 13th 2017-EDION Arena Osaka, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Shingo Wake (21-5-2, 13) Vs Panomroonglek Kaiyanghadaogym (50-2, 31)
Earlier this week Japanese fans at the EDION Arena Osaka saw former world title challengers collide, as Japan's Shingo Wake [和氣 慎吾] took on Thai veteran Panomroonglek Kaiyanghadaogym [พนมรุ้งเล็ก].
July 19th 2017-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Shingo Wake (20-5-2, 12) vs Mikihito Seto (34-13-3, 18)
In 2016 we saw Japan's Shingo Wake [和氣 慎吾] suffer a loss in a world title bout, against the hard hitting Jonathan Guzman. Last week he returned to the ring, to begin rebuilding his career, and took on former Japanese interim Super Bantamweight champion Mikihito Seto [瀬藤 幹人].
July 20th 2016-EDION Arena Osaka, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Shingo Wake (20-4-2, 12) Vs Jonathan Guzman (21-0-0-1, 21)
Earlier today Japan's Shingo Wake [和氣 慎吾] faced off against monster punching Dominican Jonathan Guzman in a bout for the vacant IBF Super Bantamweight title.
February 17th 2016-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Shingo Wake (19-4-2, 11) Vs Waldo Sabu (7-2, 2)
Last week Japanese fans saw IBF #1 ranked Super Bantamweight Shingo Wake [和氣慎吾] take on Indonesian champion Waldo Sabu in a bout supposed to be a world title prelude for Wake.
June 10th 2015- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Shingo Wake (18-4-2, 11) Vs Mike Tawatchai (35-7-1, 21)
The Super Bantamweight division has been one of the most frustrating, with champions picking weak challengers and the contenders refusing to face off. Today however we got one rare bout between contenders as Mike Tawatchai traveled to Japan to face Shingo Wake in an IBF eliminator. For once we had contenders facing off for the right to fight a champion.
Note-At the time of writing this fight hasn't been aired in Japan, however fans in Thailand got the chance to see it live. This is from that Thai broadcast.
(Video courtesy of KOM THAIREC)
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