December 12th 1968-Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Takeshi Fuji (31-2, 26) Vs Nicolino Locche (89-2-14, 12)
In 1968 American-Japanese fighter Takeshi Fuji [藤猛], the then WBA 140lb champion, faced Argentina's Nicolino Locche, who just so happened to live up to his moniker of "El Intocable".
March 7th 2014-Thai Wasadu store, Sukkapibal 3 Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (25-3-1, 23) vs Den Nattapol Gym (0-0)
In 2014 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai [ศรีสะเกษ ศ.รุ่งวิสัย] fought several stay busy bouts, one of those saw the then WBC Super Flyweight champion face Den Nattapol Gym.
February 18th 2014-NCO Club, Royal Thai Airforce, Bangkok, Thailand
Srisaket Sor Rungvisai (24-3-1, 22) v Alexis Barateau (0-1)
In 2014 the then WBC Super Flyweight champion Srisaket Sor Rungvisai [ศรีสะเกษ ศ.รุ่งวิสัย] fought several stay busy fights, including a bout with Alexis Barateau.
March 12th 2009-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Seksith Por Thitima (0-0) Vs Carlos Cuadras (6-0, 6)
In 2009 Teiken promoted Mexican Carlos Cuadras made his Korakuen Hall debut, facing off against Seksith Por Thitima.
February 26th 2016-Wat Kokkuod Surin, Thailand
Tepparith Kokietgym (32-3, 19) v Matthis Bernot (0-7)
This past week Thai fans saw former WBA Super Flyweight champion Tepparith Kokietgym [เทพฤทธิ์ ก่อเกียรติยิม] face off against French teenager Matthis Bernot.
February 26th 2016-Wat Kokkuod, Surin, Thailand
Paipharob Kokietgym (32-0, 25) Vs Jesse Espinas (12-2, 8)
Late last week Thai fans saw Paipharob Kokietgym [ไผ่ผารบ ก่อเกียรติยิม] battle against Filipino Jesse Espinas.
(We are sorry for the poor quality of this footage)
October 16th 2008-Yoyogi First Gym, Tokyo, Japan
Yasuyuki Matayoshi (4-2) Vs Carlos Cuadras (4-0, 4)
In 2008 Mexico's Carlos Cuadras made his Japanese debut as he took on Yasuyuki Matayoshi.
November 26th 2010-Nihon Gaishi Hall, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Wattana Suwanchairob (12-3, 4)* Vs Carlos Cuadras (18-0, 16)**
Mexican fighter Carlos Cuadras is one of a number of international fighters who has made a name for himself as a Teiken fighter. Here we see Cuadras in Japan facing a very limited Thai, Wattana Suwanchairob.
*Boxrec lists Wattana as "Sakchai Sor Tanapinyo"being 0-0
** Japanese TV ignore an "unsanctioned"
April 8th 2011-World Memorial Hall, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
Phissanuthep Chaiyonggym (2-3-1, 1) Vs Carlos Cuadras (19-0, 17)
Mexican born Teiken fighter Carlos Cuadras has fought numerous times in Japan. Here we we see Cuadras battle Phissanuthep Chaiyonggym.
October 13th 1996-Metropolitan Gym, Tokyo, Japan
Yong Soo Choi (20-2, 13) Vs Yamato Mitani (8-2, 7) III
We are well aware that Japanese fighters are thrown in deep, and that was certainly the case with former amateur stand out Yamato Mitani [三谷大和], who fought just 16 times as a professional. Mitani's career was highlighted by a vicious trilogy of bouts with Korean Yong Soo Choi [최용수], with the men twice trading blows over the WBA Super Featherweight title. Here is the third chapter in their rivalry, and amazingly it was Mitani's 4th title fight in just 11 career bouts
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