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Nobuhiro Ishida boxer

Nobuhiro Ishida image
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Height 6′ 1½″/187cm
Reach 72″/183cm
Debut 2000-05-20
Born 1975-08-18
Nationality Japan
Residence Osaka, Osaka, Japan
bouts
40
won
27
lost
11
draw
2
bouts
40
won
27
lost
11
draw
2
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Height 6′ 1½″/187cm
Reach 72″/183cm
Debut 2000-05-20
Born 1975-08-18
Nationality Japan
Residence Osaka, Osaka, Japan

Ishida was born in Tamana District, Kumamoto and moved to Neyagawa, Osaka soon after. He began boxing at the Osaka Teiken Boxing Gym at the sixth grade of elementary school (at age eleven). When Ishida was a high school freshman, he fought as an in-fighter in the flyweight division at 176 centimeters (5 feet 10 inches) tall. He won the national high school invitational tournament in the lightweight division in 1993.After graduating from Kinki University, Ishida won another amateur title in the light middleweight in 1998. He compiled an amateur record of 101–15 (50 KOs). Ishida worked for the child welfare for two years and two months from August 1998. He paused his boxing career to pursue studies, and qualified as a social welfare secretary. Ishida worked at an orphanage. His experience of living with the orphans motivated him to turn professional.

Ishida was born in Tamana District, Kumamoto and moved to Neyagawa, Osaka soon after. He began boxing at the Osaka Teiken Boxing Gym at the sixth grade of elementary school (at age eleven). When Ishida was a high school freshman, he fought as an in-fighter in the flyweight division at 176 centimeters (5 feet 10 inches) tall. He won the national high school invitational tournament in the lightweight division in 1993.After graduating from Kinki University, Ishida won another amateur title in the light middleweight in 1998. He compiled an amateur record of 101–15 (50 KOs). Ishida worked for the child welfare for two years and two months from August 1998. He paused his boxing career to pursue studies, and qualified as a social welfare secretary. Ishida worked at an orphanage. His experience of living with the orphans motivated him to turn professional.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
April 30, 2015 Kyotaro Fujimoto WWWWWW Korakuen Hall Japanese Heavyweight

LOSS
Split-decision
Dec. 27, 2014 Kotatsu Takehara LWWLWL Sumiyoshi Ward Center, Osaka WIN
Corner retirement
Sept. 14, 2014 David Radeff LLDWLW Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
April 30, 2014 Kyotaro Fujimoto WWLWWW Korakuen Hall LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 4, 2013 Elly Pangaribuan LWLWW IMP Hall, Osaka WIN
KO
March 30, 2013 Gennady Golovkin WWWWWW Salle des Étoiles, Monte Carlo LOSS
KO
May 1, 2012 Dmitry Pirog WWWWWW Dynamo Palace of Sports in Krylatskoye, Moscow LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 18, 2012 Paul Williams WWWWLW American Bank Center, Corpus Christi LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 26, 2011 Edson Espinoza L Monumental Plaza de Toros México, Mexico City WIN
Technical knockout
April 9, 2011 James Kirkland WWWWWW MGM Grand, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 9, 2010 Rigoberto Alvarez WLWLWW Mesón de los Deportes, Tepic LOSS
Split-decision
Dec. 29, 2009 Oney Valdez LWLWWW Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 30, 2009 Marco Antonio Avendano WWWWLW Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 22, 2008 Marco Antonio Avendano WWWWWW Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
Split-decision
April 2, 2008 Tatsuki Kawasaki WLWWLW Korakuen Hall Japanese Super Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 6, 2007 Javier Alberto Mamani LWWWWW Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
April 5, 2007 Tatsuki Kawasaki WWWLWW Korakuen Hall Japanese Super Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 2, 2006 Shinsuke Matsumoto WWDWWL Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka vacant Japanese Super Welterweight

WIN
Majority decision
June 11, 2006 HyungWon Jung LLWLWW IMP Hall, Osaka WIN
KO
Nov. 19, 2005 Takuji Matsuhashi LWWWWW Korakuen Hall DRAW
Points
Aug. 20, 2005 Kozo Watanabe WWWWDW Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
May 7, 2005 Teruo Nagase DWLWLL Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 22, 2004 Yuki Nonaka LWDWWW Nanba Grand Kagetsu, Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
June 14, 2004 Crazy Kim WWWWWW Korakuen Hall Japanese Super Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 23, 2004 Shinsuke Matsumoto WWWWWL Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
Majority decision
Sept. 26, 2003 Akira Ohigashi WDWWWW Central Gym, Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
July 9, 2003 Toshihiko Itagaki WWWLWW Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
April 14, 2003 Jo Asano WLWLWL Korakuen Hall WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 10, 2002 Crazy Kim WLWWWW Kokugikan interim Japanese Super Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 20, 2002 Nader Hamdan WWWWWW Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka OPBF Super Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 1, 2002 Moechrody L Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
KO
Dec. 3, 2001 Kevin Kelly WLWLWW Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka DRAW
Split-decision
Sept. 24, 2001 Joya Kawai WWWLWW Arena, Yokohama Japanese Super Welterweight

LOSS
Majority decision
May 13, 2001 Seiji Takechi WWWWDL Saty Hall, Sakaide OPBF Super Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 1, 2001 Kook-Yul Song WWWWLD Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka OPBF Super Welterweight

WIN
TD
Dec. 12, 2000 Boy Nituda LLLLLL Maizu Arena, Osaka WIN
KO
Oct. 2, 2000 Tata Regatuna LLLWLL Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
KO
Aug. 27, 2000 Haris Pujono LLLLWW Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
July 2, 2000 Eiji Kano DDWWWD Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
May 20, 2000 Hiroaki Obata LL Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision