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Jae-Doo Yuh boxer

Jae-Doo Yuh image
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Debut 1968-10-03
Born 1948-04-25
Nationality South Korea
Residence Seoul, South Korea
bouts
55
won
50
lost
3
draw
2
bouts
55
won
50
lost
3
draw
2
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Debut 1968-10-03
Born 1948-04-25
Nationality South Korea
Residence Seoul, South Korea

In 1971, Yuh won the Orient and Pacific Boxing Federation middleweight title.In 1975, after his successful 15th defense of the OPBF middleweight title, he moved down in weight to light middleweight and challenged Koichi Wajima for the Lineal and WBA light middleweight titles in Fukuoka, Japan. He eventually became the second South Korean light middleweight world champion by knocking out Wajima in the 7th round. He defended the belt once before losing the belt to Wajima via 14th-round KO in a rematch in 1976. Although he had lost the world light middleweight title, Yuh retained the OPBF middleweight belt until his eventual retirement from the ring in 1978, when he vacated the title. He also holds the OPBF record for most successful title defenses, defending the title 21 times over 7 years.

In 1971, Yuh won the Orient and Pacific Boxing Federation middleweight title.In 1975, after his successful 15th defense of the OPBF middleweight title, he moved down in weight to light middleweight and challenged Koichi Wajima for the Lineal and WBA light middleweight titles in Fukuoka, Japan. He eventually became the second South Korean light middleweight world champion by knocking out Wajima in the 7th round. He defended the belt once before losing the belt to Wajima via 14th-round KO in a rematch in 1976. Although he had lost the world light middleweight title, Yuh retained the OPBF middleweight belt until his eventual retirement from the ring in 1978, when he vacated the title. He also holds the OPBF record for most successful title defenses, defending the title 21 times over 7 years.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Dec. 17, 1978 Hung-Won Kang WLLWWW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
July 6, 1978 Ho Joo WWWWWW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

LOSS
KO
May 8, 1978 Francisco Montemayor LLLLWD Changchung Gymnasium, Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Jan. 24, 1978 Alberto Cruz WLLWDW Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
Oct. 9, 1977 Toshiaki Suzuki WWW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
Aug. 26, 1977 Jae-Keum Lim WWWLWW Gwangju City OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
April 9, 1977 Saburo Sakai WLLLWL Gwangju City OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Feb. 6, 1977 Dommy Cotacte LWLLLD Gwangju City OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 12, 1976 Yuichiro Watanabe WWLLWL Daegu OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
Sept. 26, 1976 Alberto Cruz DWWLLW Changchung Gymnasium, Seoul OPBF Middleweight

DRAW
Points
June 19, 1976 Peter Nanboku LWL Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
Feb. 17, 1976 Koichi Wajima WWWLWL Nihon University Auditorium World Boxing Association World Super Welterweight

LOSS
KO
Jan. 17, 1976 Saburo Sakai WLLLWL Busan World Boxing Association World Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 11, 1975 Masahiro Misako LWWWWW Sunpu Arena, Shizuoka World Boxing Association World Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 4, 1975 Nobuyoshi Ozaki LLDLLL Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 7, 1975 Koichi Wajima DWWWLW City Sogo Gym, Kitakyushu World Boxing Association World Super Welterweight

WIN
KO
March 30, 1975 Nobuyoshi Ozaki LLLLDL Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 14, 1974 Isamu Kondo LLW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 17, 1974 Yuji Miyagoshi LLLWWD Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
July 28, 1974 Nobuyoshi Ozaki LDWLLL Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
June 23, 1974 Hitoshi Nakagawa LLLWLL Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
March 31, 1974 Narong Phisanurachan W Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
Aug. 15, 1973 Han Shik Kim L Daegu OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
July 14, 1973 Cassius Naito WLWLLL Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
June 16, 1973 Ken Okita LLLLDL Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
May 12, 1973 Ken Okita WLLLLD Daegu WIN
Points
April 10, 1973 Cassius Naito LLWLWL Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
March 4, 1973 Michihiro Horihata WLLWWL Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Jan. 21, 1973 Big Maruyama Kudok Gymnasium, Busan WIN
KO
Nov. 12, 1972 Cassius Naito DWWLLW Daegu OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
Oct. 1, 1972 Keun Taek Lee LWLWWW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 9, 1972 Hiromichi Hiraide LWWWWL Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 25, 1972 Turtle Okabe WWLLLL Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
May 7, 1972 Hideo Kanazawa WLWWLD Busan WIN
Points
March 11, 1972 Hideo Kanazawa WWLWWL Seoul DRAW
Points
Jan. 29, 1972 Saburo Sakai LLWLWL Kooduk Gymnasium, Busan OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 22, 1971 Masakazu Taninobu LWWLLW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 4, 1971 Turtle Okabe WWLWWW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
Nov. 17, 1971 Steven Smith WLW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 28, 1971 Keun Taek Lee WWWWLW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
Points
July 24, 1971 Cassius Naito WWWDWW Seoul OPBF Middleweight

WIN
KO
May 22, 1971 Cho Park Seoul South Korea Middleweight

WIN
KO
April 3, 1971 Ansano Lee WWLLWL Seoul South Korea Middleweight

WIN
KO
Feb. 20, 1971 Hiromichi Hiraide WWWWWW Seoul WIN
KO
Dec. 19, 1970 Tetsuo Hoshino WWLWLD Seoul WIN
KO
Sept. 27, 1970 Ni-No Lee Seoul WIN
Points
Nov. 29, 1969 Jae Chun Kim DLL Seoul WIN
KO
Sept. 9, 1969 Armando Boniquit LW Gwangju City WIN
Points
Aug. 9, 1969 Byong-Mo Yim WWDWLW Seoul LOSS
Technical knockout
July 13, 1969 Sung-Ki Choi Incheon WIN
Points
May 16, 1969 Tae-Gu Kim Gwangju City WIN
Points
April 27, 1969 Jin-Soo Lee Seoul WIN
Points
Nov. 30, 1968 Kwan-Soo Lee Seoul WIN
Points
Oct. 27, 1968 Byong-Ki Kim Seoul WIN
Points
Oct. 3, 1968 Ho-Tong Choi Seoul WIN
KO