December 9th 1996-Tokyo, Japan
Koji Arisawa (14-0, 11) vs Masuaki Takeda (25-3, 12)
After winning the Japanese Featherweight title in April 1996 the unbeaten Koji Arisawa was on a roll. In his second defense, just 8 months later, he took on former world title challenger Masuaki Takeda.
October 4th 2001-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Koji Arisawa (25-2-1, 19) vs Khumpoon Eausamphan (6-5-1, 5)
In March 2001 Japan's Koji Arisawa [コウジ有沢] suffered a loss to Kinji Amano, to bouce nack from that loss he took on Thai visitor Khumpoon Eausamphan.
September 14th 1998-Tokyo, Japan
Koji Arisawa (18-1, 15) vs Lito Gonzaga (24-19-1, 8)
Following his first professional loss Japan's Koji Arisawa [コウジ有沢] took on Filipino journeyman Lito Gonzaga
December 14th 1998-Tokyo Japan
Koji Arisawa (19-1, 16) vs Panther Yanagida (13-1, 11) I
On December 14th 1998 fight fans in Tokyo saw the heavy handed pairing of Koji Arisawa and Panther Yanagida battle for the Japanese Super Featherweight title, in what was the first of 2 bouts the men had against each other.
March 12th 2001-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Kinji Amano (17-5-3, 9) vs Koji Arisawa (25-1-1, 19)
In the Spring of 2001 Kinji Amano challenged Japanese Super Featherweight champion Koji Arisawa at the Korakuen Hall.
July 10th 2000-Tokyo, Japan
Koji Arisawa (24-1, 19) vs Tetsuya Shinozaki (13-6-6, 5)
After winning the Japanese Super Featherweight title in 1998 Koji Arisawa was an active champion and in his 5th defense, in the summer of 2000, he took on Tetsuya Shinozaki, in their first bout.
December 13th 1999-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Koji Arisawa (22-1, 17) vs Nobutoshi Hiranaka (18-5-1, 11) II
In 1999 Japanese fighters Koji Arisawa and Nobutoshi Hirnaka faced off twice. The first bout saw Arisawa win a decision over Hiranaka, the younger brother of Akinobu Hiranaka, looking to avenge that loss.
December 8th 1997-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Koji Arisawa (17-0, 14) vs Yoshinori Takenaka (11-1, 9)
In 1997 Japanese hard hitter Koji Arisawa [コウジ有沢] looked to make the 5th defense of the Japanese Super Featherweight title as he went up against fellow puncher Yoshinori Takenaka [竹中義則].
March 29th 1998-Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan
Takanori Hatakeyama (20-0-1, 15) vs Koji Arisawa (18-0, 15)
In 1998 Japan's exciting Takanori Hatakeyama [畑山隆則] took part in his sole Japanese title fight, as he challenged the then Japanese Super Featherweight champion Koji Arisawa [コウジ有沢].
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