October 21st 2019- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Cristiano Aoqui (14-7-2, 10) vs Daishi Nagata (13-2-1, 5)
Back in on Monday Japanese fight fans at Korakuen Hall saw Cristiano Aoqui [アオキ クリスチャーノ] face off with the Daishi Nagata [永田大士], with the men clashing in a Japanese title eliminator, with the winner securing title a bout at the 2020 Champion Carnival.
October 11th 2018-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Rikki Naito (20-2, 7) vs Daishi Nagata (11-1-1, 5)
Earlier this month fight fans at the Korakuen Hall got a thrilling bout for the OPBF Light Welterweight title, as Rikki Naito [内藤 律樹] battled against Daishi Nagata [永田 大士] in an action packed thriller!
December 7th 2015-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Daishi Nagata (4-0-1, 2) vs Yoshiyuki Suzuki (5-8-5, 1)
In December 2015 fight fans saw the then unbeaten Daishi Nagata take on Yoshiyuki Suzuki in an 8 round bout at the Korakuen Hall
June 30th 2015-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Daishi Nagata (2-0-1, 1) vs Takuya Matsusaka (5-3, 5)
We like fighters who get matched hard and as a result we like Daishi Nagata who faced the heavy handed Takuya Matsusaka in just his 4th bout.
November 25th 2014- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Daishi Nagata (0-0-1) Vs Jeffrey Arienza (12-2-1, 7)
On his debut Daishi Nagata fought to a draw with Takeshi Inoue, rather than being given an easy bout for fight #2 Nagata was thrown in with the very capable, and much more experienced, Jeffrey Arienza of the Philippines. It was a tough, tough match up on paper and proved to be tough and competitive in the ring.
(Footage courtesy of 永田大士)
August 2nd 2014- Adachi Ward Sogo Sports Center, Tokyo, Japan
Daishi Nagata (0-0) Vs Takeshi Inoue (0-0)
In Japan many hopeful prospects begin their careers with 6 round bouts rather than the 4 rounders we typically see in the west. Rarely however do we get two good prospects making their debuts against each other. One of those rare cases saw Daishi Nagata battle against Takeshi Inoue in a bout that really was an amazing test for both men and both deserve a lot a credit to both for taking on the other guy
(Footage courtesy of by 永田大士)
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