June 6th 1992-Tokyo, Japan
Dong Chun Lee (37-8-2, 21) vs Masaki Yamaoka (11-1-1, 8)
In the summer of 1992 Dong Chun Lee, better known in Japan as Great Kamayama [グレート金山], challenger Japanese Bantamweight champion Masaki Yamaoka [山岡正規]
December 3rd 1986-Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia
Elly Pical (13-2, 9) vs Dong Chun Lee (26-6-1, 12)
In 1986 Indonesian fighter Elly Pical, the then IBF Super Flyweight champion, took on Korean challenger Dong Chun Lee [이동춘].
February 28th 1995-Tokyo, Japan
Dong Chun Lee (45-8-2, 26) Vs Setsuo Segawa (4-0, 3) I
In 1995 Japanese fans saw the popular Dong Chun Lee, then fighting as Great Kanayama [グレート金山], battle against Setsuo Segawa [瀬川設男] for the first time. Lee a popular Korean based in Japan, was defending the Japanese Bantamweight title for the 8th time. The controversial result of this bout lead to a rematch later in 1995 and sadly Lee passed away due to injuries suffered in that rematch, becoming the first fighter to die following a Japanese title fight.
March 6th 1985-Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok, Thailand
Khaosai Galaxy (25-1, 22) vs Dong-Chun Lee (20-5-1, 8)
After winning the WBA Super Flyweight title in 1984 Khaosai Galaxy [เขาทราย แกแล็คซี่] returned to the ring in Spring 1985 and took on Dong Chun Lee (also known as Great Kanayama [グレート金山]), in what was Galaxy's first defense of the world title.
February 8th 1993-Tokyo, Japan
Dong-Chun Lee (40-8-2, 23) Vs Eiichi Odaka (11-0, 8)
In 1993 Japanese fans saw Lee Dong Chun (also known as Great Kanayama [グレート金山]), the then Japanese Bantamweight champion, battle against the unbeaten Eiichi Odaka [尾高栄一].
Note-At the time of publishing boxrec have the result for this one wrong
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