November 6th 1986-Tokyo, Japan
Fujio Ozaki (19-4, 12) vs Akinori Yoshida (5-6-1, 2)
In June 1986 Fujio Ozaki became a 2-time Japanese Welterweight champion, reclaiming the title from Nobuyuki Tabata. In his first defense of his second reign he took on Akinori Yoshida
February 11th 1989- Tokyo, Japan
Fujio Ozaki (23-5, 15) Vs Jung Oh Park (11-1-1, 6)
In 1989 the then OPBF Welterweight champion Fujuio Ozaki battled against future world title challenger Jung Oh Park. Interestingly prior to this bout Ozaki had fought for a world title and he would do so again after this bout.
December 10th 1989- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Fujio Ozaki (25-5, 16) Vs Mark Breland (25-1-1, 18)
Right now we have two of the greatest amateurs, Vasyl Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux, making their names in the professional ranks. Back in the 1980's there was Mark Breland, one of the USA's greatest amateur, who was doing the same. Unlike many American's Breland was happy to travel, and went to Japan to defend his WBA Welterweight title against Fujio Ozaki in Ozaki's native Japan. For Ozaki this was his second shot at world title having previously lost to Marlon Starling, who had actually stopped Breland.
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