October 2nd 2012-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Ryuji Hara (12-0, 10) vs Kenichi Horikawa (23-10-1, 4)
In 2012 the then unbeaten Ryuji Hara [原隆二] took on veteran Kenichi Horikawa [堀川謙一] in a bout for the then vacant Japanese Minimumweight title.
July 25th 2020-Central Gym, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
Kenichi Horikawa (40-16-1, 13) Vs Daiki Tomita (14-1, 5)
Yesterday in Kobe we had the chance to catch an OPBF Light Flyweight title bout between 40 year old veteran Kenichi Horikawa [堀川 謙一] and promising youngster Daiki Tomita [冨田 大樹].
On Saturday Shinsei Gym streamed a double header from the Central Gym in Kobe.
The bouts here were the OPBF Light Flyweight title bout, between Kenichi Horikawa (40-16-1, 13) [堀川 謙一] and Daiki Tomita (14-1, 5) [冨田 大樹] and the JBC Atomweight title bout Kaori Nagai (4-2-3, 2) [長井香織] and Momoko Kanda (10-12-2, 4) [神田桃子], who were meeting for the second time.
October 10th 2019-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Kenichi Horikawa (40-15-1, 13) vs Yuto Takahashi (10-4, 5)
This past week fight fans at the Korakuen Hall saw a Japanese Light Flyweight title fight, as veteran champion Kenichi Horikawa [堀川 謙一] took on young challenger Yuto Takahashi [高橋悠斗]
April 21st 2017-EDION Arena Osaka, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Tetsuya Hisada (27-9-2, 17) vs Kenichi Horikawa (32-14-1, 7) III
In 2017 Japanese fight fans in Osaka saw Tetsuya Hisada [久田 哲也] and Kenichi Horikawa [堀川 謙一] complete their trilogy in a bout for the Japanese Light Flyweight title, which had been vacated by Ken Shiro who was moving towards a world title fight.
May 26th 2018-EDION Arena Osaka, Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Kenichi Horikawa (35-15-1, 9) vs Mongkol Kamsommat (4-3, 3)
Back in May Japanese fight fans in Osaka had the chance to see former Japanese Light Flyweight champion Kenichi Horikawa fight in his 52nd professional contest, as he took on Thai foe Mongkol Kamsommat.
November 27th 2010-Cebu City Waterfront Hotel & Casino, Barangay Lahug, Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
Florante Condes (24-5-1, 20) Vs Kenichi Horikawa (20-8-1, 4)
In 2010 fight fans in the Philippines saw former world champion Florante Condes take on Japanese foe Kenichi Horikawa [堀川 謙一]
September 17th 2015-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Kenichi Horikawa (29-13-1, 6) vs Shin Ono (18-6-2, 2)
In September 2015 former world title challenger Shin Ono [小野 心] took on Kenichi Horikawa [○堀川 謙一] in a bout for the vacant Japanese Light Flyweight title.
July 20th 2015-Namihaya Dome, Kadoma, Osaka, Japan
Kenichi Horikawa (28-13-1, 5) vs Il Che (7-8-5, 1)
It's fair to describe 2015 as a career defining year for Kenichi Horikawa [堀川 謙一] who scored his biggest late in the year, in fact he managed to squeeze 3 fights into the final 6 months of the year. The first of those 3 bouts saw him take on Il Che [諸 一宇].
December 27th 2015-Oyamazaki-cho Gym Otokuni-gun, Kyoto, Japan
Ken Shiro (5-0, 3) Vs Kenichi Horikawa (30-13-1, 7)
Japanese youngster Ken Shiro has been "one to watch" since his debut in mid 2014. To end 2015 he faced experienced Japanese Light Flyweight champion Kenichi Horikawa in what looked like a brilliant match up on paper and a real test of the youngster's credentials.
(Footage courtesy of BMBBOXING)
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