November 14th hasn't been one of the greatest days in the history of Asian boxing but we have managed to find a couple of fights that peaked our attention.
The first of those came in 2003 when the Thai great Pongsaklek Wonjongkam retained his WBC Flyweight title with a clear win over Hussein Hussein. The bout was Wonjongkam's 8th defense of the WBC title in less than 3 years as he kept an active schedule with 2 other none title bouts. Of course the Thai would later add numerous other defenses, become a 2-time world champion and become of the modern legends of the Flyweight division.
More recently, in 2013, Japan fans saw female great Momo Koseki record the 12th defense of the WBC Atomweight title as she over-came Nora Cardoza with a clear decision win. This saw Koseki move to within a fight of Japanese legend Yoko Gushiken's long standing record of 13 title defenses, a record Koseki has now broken