July 21st 2001-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Okello Peter (7-2, 6) vs Mosese Kavika (10-8-2, 5)
In 2001 OPBF Heavyweight champion Okello Peter defended his title against Mosese Kavika.
November 21st 1981- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Koji Kobayashi (14-1-2, 10) vs Phaktai Lipovitan (2-2)
In 1981 Japan's Koji Kobayashi battle Thai foe Phaktai Lipovitan at the Korakuen Hall.
June 4th 1982-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Koji Kobayashi (16-1-2,11) vs Chong Chul Park (2-3-1)
In 1982 Japan's Koji Kobayashi, a future WBC Flyweight champion, battled against Korean visitor Chong Chul Park.
April 20th 1992- Tokyo, Japan
Yuri Arbachakov (11-0, 10) vs Suvatchai Chalermsri (4-5, 1)
In 1992 Japanese based Russian born puncher Yuri Arbachakov took on Suvatchai Chalermsri, just a month after Arbachakov had gone 10 rounds with the similarly named Samanchai Chalermsri
May 16th 1994- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Yuri Arbachakov (17-0, 13) vs Hiroshi Kobayashi (8-10-1, 3)
In May 1994 Japanese fans saw WBC Flyweight champion Yuri Arbachakov fight in a stay busy fight of sorts, as he took on domestic foe Hiroshi Kobayashi in a non-title defense
November 25th 1991-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Yuri Arbachakov (9-0, 9) vs Shun Hazama (6-4, 2)
In 1991 Yuri Arbachakov claimed the Japanese Flyweight title. Later that same year he made his first defense, as he took on Shun Hazama.
September 30st 1991-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Yuri Arbachakov (8-0, 8) vs Byung Kap Kim (0-4)*
In 1991 Japanese based Russian puncher Yuri Arbachakov claimed the Japanese Flyweight title. His first bout after winning the title saw him battle against Korean Byung Kap Kim.
February 17th 2018-Gimnasio Municipal Enrique Mosconi, Cutral Có, Neuquen, Argentina
Terumi Nuki (9-2, 6) Vs Debora Anahi Dionicius (26-0, 6)
This past Saturday Japanese fighter Terumi Nuki [貫輝美] challenged IBF female Super Flyweight champion Debora Anahi Dionicius, who was seeking her 11th world title defense
November 5th 1993-Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo, Japan
Katsuya Onizuka (22-0, 17) vs Thanomsak Sithbaobay (44-3, 25) II
In April 1992 Japan's popular Katsuya Onizuka claimed the WBA Super Flyweight title, with a win over Thanomsak Sithbaobay. The two would rematch in late 1993, in Onizuka's 4th defense of the title.
April 3rd 1994-Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Katsuya Onizuka (23-0, 17) vs Seung Koo Lee (15-2-1, 11)
In April 1994 Japan's Katsuya Onizuka made returned to the ring hunting his 5th defense of the WBA Super Flyweight title, as he took on Korean Seung Koo Lee.
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