January 24th 2006- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Crazy Kim (23-3, 20) vs Tatsuki Kawasaki (18-1, 14)
In early 2006 the exciting Crazy Kim [クレイジー・キム] was the unified Japanese and OPBF Light Middleweight champion. To begin the year Kim faced off with Tatsuki Kawasaki [川崎タツキ] at Korakuen Hall with his Japanese and OPBF titles both on the line.
April 19th 2005-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Crazy Kim (21-3, 18) vs Hiroyuki Maeda (29-7-2, 18)
Whilst the Japanese Light Middleweight scene will never be regarded as one of the nation's best it has delivered some truly brilliant fights. One of the most entertaining men on the scene in the last 20 years or saw was Crazy Kim [クレイジー・キム] . Here we see Kim, the then Japanese national champion, taking on former Japanese Welterweight king Hiroyuki Maeda [前田宏行] at Korakuen Hall.
September 6th 2000-Tokyo, Japan
Crazy Kim (7-2, 6) vs Boy Nituda (0-5)
Hard hitting Toshiharu Kaneyama, better known as Crazy Kim would score one of his quickest wins in September 2000, when he faces off with Filipino Boy Nituda.
April 14th 2003-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Crazy Kim (14-3, 12) Vs Toshiharu Kayama (19-3-1, 11)
In 2003 the always fun to watch Crazy Kim faced off with Toshiharu Kayama in a bout for the Japanese Light Middleweight title.
July 17th 2007-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Crazy Kim (25-4, 22) vs Heath Stenton (13-17-1, 2)
In 2007 Japan's Crazy Kim moved up to Light Heavyweight and challenged OPBF champion Heath Stenton.
February 12th 2001-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Hiroyuki Yoshino (34-8-1, 25) vs Crazy Kim (8-2, 7)
In early 2001 Japanese fans saw domestic Light Middleweight champion Hiroyuki Yoshino take on the heavy handed Crazy Kim in a title defense that promised a lot of excitement.
June 14th 2004-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Nobuhiro Ishida (11-4-1, 4) Vs Crazy Kim (19-3, 17) II
In 2002 Nobuhiro Ishida [石田順裕] was defeated in an Japanese interim title fight against Crazy Kim [クレイジー・キム]. In 2004 the two men had a rematch for the actual Japanese Light Middleweight title.
October 26th 2006-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Crazy Kim (25-3, 22) Vs Javier Alberto Mamani (29-5-1,16)
In 2006 Japanese exciting and heavy handed Crazy Kim took on Argentina's Javier Alberto Mamani.
Note- Sadly we weren't sent the sound with this video so it'sin complete silence.