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Hideyuki Ohashi boxer

Hideyuki Ohashi image
Status inactive
Division minimumweight
Debut 1985-02-12
Born 1965-03-08
Nationality Japan
Residence Tokyo, Japan
bouts
24
won
19
lost
5
draw
0
bouts
24
won
19
lost
5
draw
0
Status inactive
Division minimumweight
Debut 1985-02-12
Born 1965-03-08
Nationality Japan
Residence Tokyo, Japan

Ohashi dropped out of college to begin a professional boxing career, and made his debut in February, 1985, with the Yonekura Boxing Gym. He won the vacant Japanese Light flyweight title in his 6th professional fight, and in December 1986, he challenged Jung-Koo Chang for the WBC Light flyweight title, but lost by TKO in the 5th round. Ohashi reclaimed the Japanese Light flyweight title in January 1988, and challenged Chang for the second time in June of the same year, only to lose again by 8th-round TKO. This was Chang's 15th consecutive defense of the WBC title, and Ohashi was knocked down a total of 7 times in 8 rounds before the referee stopped the contest.Ohashi challenged Jum-Hwan Choi in January 1990 for the Lineal and WBC Minimumweight title, and won by KO to claim his first world title. This win stopped the streak of 21 losses in a row suffered in world title bouts by Japanese boxers. There had been no Japanese world champions for over a year before Ohashi won the WBC title.

Ohashi dropped out of college to begin a professional boxing career, and made his debut in February, 1985, with the Yonekura Boxing Gym. He won the vacant Japanese Light flyweight title in his 6th professional fight, and in December 1986, he challenged Jung-Koo Chang for the WBC Light flyweight title, but lost by TKO in the 5th round. Ohashi reclaimed the Japanese Light flyweight title in January 1988, and challenged Chang for the second time in June of the same year, only to lose again by 8th-round TKO. This was Chang's 15th consecutive defense of the WBC title, and Ohashi was knocked down a total of 7 times in 8 rounds before the referee stopped the contest.Ohashi challenged Jum-Hwan Choi in January 1990 for the Lineal and WBC Minimumweight title, and won by KO to claim his first world title. This win stopped the streak of 21 losses in a row suffered in world title bouts by Japanese boxers. There had been no Japanese world champions for over a year before Ohashi won the WBC title.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Feb. 10, 1993 Chana Porpaoin WWWWWW Metropolitan Gym World Boxing Association World Minimumweight

LOSS
Majority decision
Oct. 14, 1992 Hi-Yong Choi WWWWWW Kokugikan World Boxing Association World Minimumweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
June 2, 1992 Joe Constantino LLLLWL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Dec. 17, 1991 In-Kyu Hwang LLLLLW Korakuen Hall WIN
Points
Aug. 20, 1991 Rico Macaubos WLLWWL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
April 23, 1991 Julius Planas LDLDLW Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Oct. 25, 1990 Ricardo Lopez WWWWWW Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
June 8, 1990 Napa Kiatwanchai WWWWLW Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 7, 1990 Jum-Hwan Choi WWWWLW Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Minimumweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 3, 1989 Boy Kid Emilia LWWWWL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
April 25, 1989 JaeMan Lee L Korakuen Hall WIN
Technical knockout
March 7, 1989 Joel Revilla DDLLWW Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Oct. 18, 1988 Romy Ceniza WLDDWL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
June 27, 1988 Jung Koo Chang WWWWWW Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Light Flyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Jan. 11, 1988 Tomohiro Kiyuna LWWWWW Korakuen Hall Japanese Light Flyweight

WIN
Points
Sept. 8, 1987 Yasutaka Sakurai WWWWWL Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
April 7, 1987 Shin Sayama LLLLLL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Dec. 14, 1986 Jung Koo Chang WWWWWW Sum-In Gymnasium, Incheon World Boxing Council World Light Flyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
June 23, 1986 Yoshiaki Nojima DWWWLL Korakuen Hall vacant Japanese Light Flyweight

WIN
Points
March 20, 1986 Bong-Jun Kim WDLWWW Korakuen Hall vacant Japanese Light Flyweight

LOSS
Points
Dec. 3, 1985 Shin Sayama WWLWLL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Aug. 27, 1985 Tadashi Kuramochi LDWWLL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
May 7, 1985 Hideto Osanai WWWLLL Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 12, 1985 Masakatsu Aikata WWWL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO