December 14th 1986- Sum-In Gymnasium, Incheon, South Korea
Jung-Koo Chang (31-1, 12) Vs Hideyuki Ohashi (5-1, 3)
Through the 1980's South Korean fighter Jung Koo Chang was making a name for himself as one of, if not the, great South Korean fighter of all time and probably the greatest Light Flyweight in history. Chang's 11th defence came against Japanese fighter Hideyuki Ohashi, a man who being fast tracked to the top having won the Japanese national title in just his 6th professional bout. The men would have a rematch in 1988 which would be Chang's final bout before he announced his first retirement, sadly he would return to the ring due to money issue.
After retirement Ohashi went into the promotional game and has instilled the fast track mentality in to his own fighters, including Naoya Inoue who won a world title in just his 5th professional contest.