We've got to be honest November 8th has been a very quiet day through Asian boxing history and going back more than 40 years we've only been able to find a couple of interesting fights.
In 1995 fans saw Japanaese fighter Hiroshi Kawashima successfully defend the WBC Super Flyweight title for the 4th time as he scored a quick win over Indonesian challenger Boy Aruan. Kawashima had won the title 18 months earlier when he had out pointed Jose Luis Bueno and would continue to defend it until 1997 when he lost to Gerry Penalosa and retired.
More recently, in 2004, we saw French based Iranian bantamweight Mahyar Monshipour score a 6th round TKO over Thailand's Yoddamrong Sithyodthong in a WBA Super Bantamweight title fight. For Monshipour this was his 3rd title defence and was his first world title bout against a Thai, coming some 16 months before his memorable FOTY with Somsak Sithchatchawal. Yoddamrong was attempting to regain the title he had held back in 2002 before his first career loss, to Osamu Sato.