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Kiyoshi Hatanaka boxer

Kiyoshi Hatanaka image
Status inactive
Division super bantamweight
Height 5′ 6½″/169cm
Reach 69″/175cm
Debut 1984-11-27
Born 1967-11-27
Nationality Japan
Residence Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
bouts
25
won
22
lost
2
draw
1
bouts
25
won
22
lost
2
draw
1
Status inactive
Division super bantamweight
Height 5′ 6½″/169cm
Reach 69″/175cm
Debut 1984-11-27
Born 1967-11-27
Nationality Japan
Residence Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

Hatanaka began karate at the first grade of elementary school, and won the Japanese championship in the juvenile division at its sixth grade and the first grade of junior high school. In addition, he began football at the fourth grade of elementary school, and was scouted by a prestigious high school. He also set an interval record in the local ekiden race at the age of a junior high school student. At that time, informed from an acquaintance that a professional boxer got paid 30,000 yen per match in the amount of time, he became interested in boxing and joined Matsuda Boxing Gym. He compiled an amateur record of 26–5 (21 KOs) before turning professional.Hatanaka made his professional debut with a first-round knockout victory in November 1984, at the age of a high school student. He won the annual Japanese boxing series, All-Japan Rookie King Tournament in the super flyweight division in March 1986. He captured the Japanese super flyweight title at the Korakuen Hall in February 1987.

Hatanaka began karate at the first grade of elementary school, and won the Japanese championship in the juvenile division at its sixth grade and the first grade of junior high school. In addition, he began football at the fourth grade of elementary school, and was scouted by a prestigious high school. He also set an interval record in the local ekiden race at the age of a junior high school student. At that time, informed from an acquaintance that a professional boxer got paid 30,000 yen per match in the amount of time, he became interested in boxing and joined Matsuda Boxing Gym. He compiled an amateur record of 26–5 (21 KOs) before turning professional.Hatanaka made his professional debut with a first-round knockout victory in November 1984, at the age of a high school student. He won the annual Japanese boxing series, All-Japan Rookie King Tournament in the super flyweight division in March 1986. He captured the Japanese super flyweight title at the Korakuen Hall in February 1987.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
June 14, 1991 Daniel Zaragoza WWWWLW Rainbow Hall, Nagoya World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

LOSS
Split-decision
Feb. 3, 1991 Pedro Decima WWWWWW Rainbow Hall, Nagoya World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 4, 1990 Ric Bajelot LLLLWL Tsuyuhashi Sports Centre, Nagoya WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 5, 1990 Somsak Srichan WWLWLL Tsuyuhashi Sports Center, Nagoya WIN
Points
March 4, 1990 San Northorchor WWWWLW Tsuyuhashi Sports Centre, Nagoya WIN
KO
Nov. 25, 1989 Somboonyod Singsamang WWWLLL City Gymnasium, Toyota WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 7, 1989 Jang Kyun Oh WWWWWW Tsuyuhashi Sports Center, Nagoya DRAW
Points
May 30, 1989 Noel Cornelio WWWLL Tsuyuhashi Sports Center, Nagoya WIN
KO
Jan. 24, 1989 Dong-Chun Lee WLWWWW Tsuyuhashi Sports Center, Nagoya WIN
Points
Sept. 4, 1988 Gilberto Roman WWLWWW Rainbow Hall, Nagoya World Boxing Council World Super Flyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 26, 1988 Constancio Dangla WDWLLW Tsuyuhashi Sports Center, Nagoya WIN
KO
Oct. 27, 1987 Surasit Meeprasert LWWLWL Tsuyuhashi Sports Center, Nagoya WIN
KO
July 10, 1987 Teruaki Miyazato WWWLLW Tsuyuhashi Sports Center, Nagoya Japanese Super Flyweight

WIN
Points
Feb. 23, 1987 Tadashi Maruo LWWLLW Korakuen Hall Japanese Super Flyweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 18, 1986 Masaki Sono WWLLLL City Hall, Nagoya WIN
KO
July 14, 1986 Tadashi Maruo LWLWWL Korakuen Hall WIN
Points
May 9, 1986 Takashi Hirata WWLLL City Hall, Nagoya WIN
Points
March 4, 1986 Hiromitsu Tatsuki WW Nishinari Ward Center, Osaka WIN
KO
Nov. 30, 1985 Akio Kawamata WWWWWW City Gymnasium, Hamamatsu WIN
Points
Oct. 8, 1985 Takuji Hijiri DL City Hall, Nagoya WIN
Points
July 28, 1985 Shinpei Sato WL Tatsumioka Hall, Okazaki WIN
KO
June 26, 1985 Shuichi Sakakibara City Hall, Nagoya WIN
KO
April 29, 1985 Shigehito Hayashi WLLD Sakuranomiya Skating Rink, Osaka WIN
KO
Feb. 5, 1985 Tadaharu Sanuki Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 27, 1984 Harelya Yamauchi L City Hall, Nagoya WIN
KO