October 19th 1987- Tokyo, Japan
Tomohiro Kiyuna (19-2, 8) vs Missile Kudo (9-10-2, 3) II
In 1984 Tomohiro Kiyuna took an 8 round decision over Missile Kudo. The two men would then have a rematch in 1987, over 10 rounds, after Kiyuna had claimed the Japanese Light Flyweight title.
Note-On screen graphic shows Kudo as 10-9-2 (3) not 9-10-2 (3) as boxrec states.
January 11th 1988-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hideyuki Ohashi (7-2, 4) Vs Tomohiro Kiyuna (20-2, 8)
In 1988 Hideyuki Ohashi [大橋秀行] attempted to become a 2-time Japanese champion Tomohiro Kiyuna. Interestingly both of these men had come up short in world title bouts prior to this contest against Korean legends, with Ohahsi losing to Jung Koo Chang and Kiyuna losing to Myung Woo Yuh, both in 1986.
April 27th 1987-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Tomohiro Kiyuna (17-2, 7) v Seiji Tomari (14-2, 8)
In 1986 Japan's Tomohiro Kiyuna challenged for a Light Flyweight world title, coming up short against Myung Woo Yuh. Over the years that followed he managed to make a name for himself on the Japanese domestic scene, having several reigns as a Japanese champion. One of his notable domestic rivalries was against Seiji Tomari, with the two men meeting twice. Here is their first meeting, which came 15 months before their rematch.
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