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Eagle Den Junlaphan (Eagle Akakura, Eagle Kyowa) boxer

Eagle Den Junlaphan image
Status inactive
Division minimumweight
Height 5′ 3½″/161cm
Reach 62″/157cm
Debut 2000-01-19
Born 1978-12-04
Nationality Thailand
Residence Tokyo, Japan
bouts
20
won
18
lost
2
draw
0
bouts
20
won
18
lost
2
draw
0
Status inactive
Division minimumweight
Height 5′ 3½″/161cm
Reach 62″/157cm
Debut 2000-01-19
Born 1978-12-04
Nationality Thailand
Residence Tokyo, Japan

Eagle Den Janlaphan was born as the eight of nine children in Phichit, Thailand. He entered Thammasat University at the age of 16, and began boxing, making his amateur debut in 1995. He turned pro, and made his professional debut in January, 2000, in Bangkok, Thailand. He transferred to the Kadoebi Houseki Gym in Tokyo, Japan, and made his Japanese debut in August, 2001 as "Eagle Okuda", winning by first-round knockout. He won the WBC Minimumweight title in January, 2004, beating Jose Antonio Aguirre by decision. He made his first defense in May of the same year, but lost his second defense in December, 2004 against Isaac Bustos. The fight was stopped in the 4th round due to a shoulder injury by Kyowa. He made his return in August, 2005, against Katsunari Takayama, who had beaten Bustos to win the WBC Minimumweight title. Kyowa won by decision, regaining his title.On January 9, 2006, he defeated Ken Nakajima (14-2-0) by 7th round tko. On May 6, 2006, he defeated future light flyweight champion Rodel Mayol (22-0) by a 12-round unanimous decision. In his next bout, he almost lost his title to journeyman Lorenzo Trejo in November, 2006. Kyowa dropped Trejo in the 3rd round, but was knocked down twice in the 6th. All three judges awarded Kyowa the decision by one point, and Kyowa won a close third title defense (fourth total).

Eagle Den Janlaphan was born as the eight of nine children in Phichit, Thailand. He entered Thammasat University at the age of 16, and began boxing, making his amateur debut in 1995. He turned pro, and made his professional debut in January, 2000, in Bangkok, Thailand. He transferred to the Kadoebi Houseki Gym in Tokyo, Japan, and made his Japanese debut in August, 2001 as "Eagle Okuda", winning by first-round knockout. He won the WBC Minimumweight title in January, 2004, beating Jose Antonio Aguirre by decision. He made his first defense in May of the same year, but lost his second defense in December, 2004 against Isaac Bustos. The fight was stopped in the 4th round due to a shoulder injury by Kyowa. He made his return in August, 2005, against Katsunari Takayama, who had beaten Bustos to win the WBC Minimumweight title. Kyowa won by decision, regaining his title.On January 9, 2006, he defeated Ken Nakajima (14-2-0) by 7th round tko. On May 6, 2006, he defeated future light flyweight champion Rodel Mayol (22-0) by a 12-round unanimous decision. In his next bout, he almost lost his title to journeyman Lorenzo Trejo in November, 2006. Kyowa dropped Trejo in the 3rd round, but was knocked down twice in the 6th. All three judges awarded Kyowa the decision by one point, and Kyowa won a close third title defense (fourth total).

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Nov. 29, 2007 Kittipong Jaigrajang WWWWWW Bangkok World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 13, 2006 Lorenzo Trejo WWWLWW Nippon Budokan World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
May 6, 2006 Rodel Mayol WWWWWW Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 9, 2006 Ken Nakajima WWLWWW Pacifico, Yokohama World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 6, 2005 Katsunari Takayama LWWWWW Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 18, 2004 Isaac Bustos WWWWWW Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
June 28, 2004 Satoshi Kogumazaka WWWWWW Arena, Yokohama World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
TD
Jan. 10, 2004 Jose Antonio Aguirre WWWWWW Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
June 7, 2003 Elmer Gejon LLWLLW Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 10, 2003 Fabio Marfa LWWWLL Korakuen Hall WIN
Corner retirement
Aug. 26, 2002 Noel Tunacao WWWWWW Super Arena, Saitama WIN
Unanimous decision
June 1, 2002 Min Soo Jang LLWL Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 5, 2002 Nico Thomas WWWLWL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Aug. 4, 2001 Tsutomu Oshigane WDLLWW Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
March 24, 2001 Thongchai Taliso WWWLLW Bangkok WIN
Points
June 21, 2000 Ran Thongprakon LLL Bangkok WIN
Points
March 15, 2000 Somchai Longluachat LLLLWL Bangkok WIN
Points
Feb. 16, 2000 Somsri Worwutnan LLLL Bangkok WIN
KO
Jan. 19, 2000 Saming Porkungpaorachada Bangkok WIN
KO