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Hiroyuki Ebihara boxer

Hiroyuki Ebihara image
Status inactive
Age 51
Division flyweight
Height 5′ 4″/163cm
Debut 1959-09-20
Born 1940-03-26
Death 1991-04-20
Nationality Japan
Residence Tokyo, Japan
bouts
68
won
62
lost
5
draw
1
bouts
68
won
62
lost
5
draw
1
Status inactive
Age 51
Division flyweight
Height 5′ 4″/163cm
Debut 1959-09-20
Born 1940-03-26
Death 1991-04-20
Nationality Japan
Residence Tokyo, Japan

Hiroyuki Ebihara (海老原 博幸, Ebihara Hiroyuki, March 26, 1940 – April 20, 1991) was a Japanese world champion flyweight boxer from Fussa, Tokyo. His record includes 62 wins (33 Os), 5 losses, and 1 draw. In September 18, 1963, he won the Lineal, WBA, WBC and The Ring flyweight titles when he knocked out Pone Kingpetch in Tokyo, Japan. Yuri Arbachakov used the ring name Yuri Ebihara in honor of him and the Pokémon Ebiwalar (エビワラー, Ebiwarā), known as Hitmonchan in the English-speaking world, is named after him.

Hiroyuki Ebihara (海老原 博幸, Ebihara Hiroyuki, March 26, 1940 – April 20, 1991) was a Japanese world champion flyweight boxer from Fussa, Tokyo. His record includes 62 wins (33 Os), 5 losses, and 1 draw. In September 18, 1963, he won the Lineal, WBA, WBC and The Ring flyweight titles when he knocked out Pone Kingpetch in Tokyo, Japan. Yuri Arbachakov used the ring name Yuri Ebihara in honor of him and the Pokémon Ebiwalar (エビワラー, Ebiwarā), known as Hitmonchan in the English-speaking world, is named after him.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Oct. 19, 1969 Bernabe Villacampo DWLWLW Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka World Boxing Association World Flyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 30, 1969 Jose Garcia Lopez Prefectural Gymnasium, Okayama City WIN
KO
March 30, 1969 Jose Severino WWWWWW Nakajima Sports Center, Sapporo vacant World Boxing Association World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 23, 1968 Ely Axinto WWLLLL Sendai WIN
KO
July 29, 1968 Bart Limin LLLWLL WIN
KO
May 20, 1968 Rudy Ventura WLDLLL Tokuyama WIN
Points
April 8, 1968 Yuzo Narumi WDWLLW WIN
Unanimous decision
March 4, 1968 Manuel Magallanes LLLWLW WIN
Corner retirement
Aug. 12, 1967 Horacio Accavallo WWWWLW Estadio Luna Park, Buenos Aires World Boxing Association World Flyweight

LOSS
Majority decision
July 10, 1967 Un Mo Oh LLLLL WIN
KO
May 22, 1967 Manuelo Balaba WLDWD WIN
Unanimous decision
April 10, 1967 Speedy Hayase DWWWLD WIN
Points
July 15, 1966 Horacio Accavallo WWWWWW Estadio Luna Park, Buenos Aires World Boxing Association World Flyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 24, 1966 Dio Espinosa LLWWLL WIN
KO
Nov. 14, 1965 Bonny Boromeo LWWWLL Toyota WIN
Points
Aug. 15, 1965 Un Mo Oh L WIN
Technical knockout
July 4, 1965 Yoshio Nakane WLWLWL WIN
Points
May 7, 1965 Efren Torres LWWWWW Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles WIN
Technical knockout
March 28, 1965 Shigeo Nirasawa WWLWWW WIN
Technical knockout
March 13, 1965 Hideki Osaka LLDDWL Kure WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 7, 1965 Katsuo Haga LLWWL WIN
Points
Jan. 3, 1965 Tsuyoshi Nakamura WLWWWW WIN
Points
Nov. 1, 1964 Hi Soo Kang WLL Nagoya WIN
Points
Sept. 7, 1964 Ric Magramo LLWLLW WIN
Points
July 19, 1964 Kung-Kang Nam Osaka WIN
KO
April 30, 1964 Efren Torres WWWWWW Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
Split-decision
March 19, 1964 Fabian Esquivel LWWWWL Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 23, 1964 Pone Kingpetch WWWLWL Rajadamnern Stadium, Bangkok World Boxing Association World Flyweight

World Boxing Council World Flyweight

LOSS
Split-decision
Nov. 20, 1963 Henry Acido WWWLLL Nagoya WIN
KO
Sept. 18, 1963 Pone Kingpetch WWWWLW Metropolitan Gym World Boxing Association World Flyweight

World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
Aug. 1, 1963 Masao Ogawa LLLLLW WIN
Technical knockout
July 17, 1963 Young Bonnie LLLLLL WIN
KO
March 27, 1963 Billy Brown WLLWLW WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 1, 1963 Vic Campo WWWLLL City Gymnasium, Hachioji WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 31, 1962 Chartchai Chionoi WWWLWW Yasaka Hall, Kyoto WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 6, 1962 Roberto Luna DWLLWL WIN
KO
Nov. 21, 1962 Manuel Magallanes WLLLLL WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 26, 1962 Narongrit Jalengkabo L WIN
KO
Sept. 28, 1962 Shinsuke Taniwaki WWWWWL Otemae Hall, Osaka WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 6, 1962 Ray Perez LWWWWW WIN
KO
Aug. 13, 1962 Little Rufe WDWLLL WIN
KO
July 27, 1962 Cherngchai Laemfapha LLWLLL WIN
KO
May 4, 1962 Katsuo Haga WLWLWW WIN
Unanimous decision
April 12, 1962 Ray Ortiz WW WIN
KO
March 9, 1962 Tsuyoshi Nakamura WDWWWW WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 8, 1962 Marcel Juban WWWWWW WIN
Corner retirement
Jan. 6, 1962 Sombang Banbung LWW WIN
KO
Dec. 15, 1961 Kazuyoshi Yamakawa LWDLDL WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 30, 1961 Johnny Jamito WWWWLL WIN
Majority decision
Sept. 29, 1961 Shigeru Ito WDWWLW WIN
KO
Aug. 27, 1961 Singtong Por Tor W WIN
Unanimous decision
July 28, 1961 Hajime Taroura DWWWWD WIN
KO
June 27, 1961 Seinosuke Tsuchiya LLLLLL Kokugikan WIN
Unanimous decision
June 9, 1961 Yoshikatsu Furukawa DLLLLL WIN
Technical knockout
May 18, 1961 Tsuyoshi Nakamura WWLWLW DRAW
Points
April 5, 1961 Katsutoshi Aoki WWWWWW WIN
KO
Feb. 22, 1961 Kinichiro Toyama LLLWLL WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 27, 1961 Shigeo Nirasawa WLWLLL WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 24, 1960 Fighting Harada WWWWWW LOSS
Points
Dec. 11, 1960 Masayuki Matsuzawa LLD WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 23, 1960 Tsuyoshi Nakamura DWWWWW WIN
Majority decision
Nov. 7, 1960 Nagao Nagahata WIN
KO
Oct. 26, 1960 Kazutoshi Oi WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 29, 1960 Masayuki Matsuzawa L Korakuen Baseball Stadium WIN
Unanimous decision
June 17, 1960 Kiyoshi Fujio WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 16, 1959 Shoichi Saito WIN
Points
Oct. 1, 1959 Yasuhiko Murai WIN
Points
Sept. 20, 1959 Kazuhiko Kurihara WIN
KO