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Takanori Hatakeyama boxer

Takanori Hatakeyama image
Status inactive
Division lightweight
Height 5′ 8″/173cm
Debut 1993-06-17
Born 1975-07-28
Nationality Japan
Residence Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan
bouts
29
won
24
lost
2
draw
3
bouts
29
won
24
lost
2
draw
3
Status inactive
Division lightweight
Height 5′ 8″/173cm
Debut 1993-06-17
Born 1975-07-28
Nationality Japan
Residence Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

Hatakeyama turned pro in 1993 and captured the WBA Super Featherweight Title in 1998 with a majority decision win over Yong Soo Choi. He lost the belt in 1999 to Lakva Sim via TKO, and moved up in weight to capture the WBA Lightweight Title with a TKO win over Gilberto Serrano in 2000. He defended the belt twice before losing it to Julien Lorcy in 2001. Hatakeyama retired after the loss.Hatakeyama played baseball throughout his childhood, wanting to become a professional baseball player when he grew up. However, a boxing match he saw on television made him take an interest in boxing. He decided to become a professional boxer after seeing Joichiro Tatsuyoshi win the WBC Bantamweight title. He quit high school, moving to Tokyo to begin serious training.

Hatakeyama turned pro in 1993 and captured the WBA Super Featherweight Title in 1998 with a majority decision win over Yong Soo Choi. He lost the belt in 1999 to Lakva Sim via TKO, and moved up in weight to capture the WBA Lightweight Title with a TKO win over Gilberto Serrano in 2000. He defended the belt twice before losing it to Julien Lorcy in 2001. Hatakeyama retired after the loss.Hatakeyama played baseball throughout his childhood, wanting to become a professional baseball player when he grew up. However, a boxing match he saw on television made him take an interest in boxing. He decided to become a professional boxer after seeing Joichiro Tatsuyoshi win the WBC Bantamweight title. He quit high school, moving to Tokyo to begin serious training.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
July 1, 2001 Julien Lorcy WWWWWW Super Arena, Saitama LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 17, 2001 Rick Yoshimura WWDWWW Kokugikan DRAW
Points
Oct. 11, 2000 Hiroyuki Sakamoto WWWWWL Arena, Yokohama WIN
KO
June 11, 2000 Gilberto Serrano LWWWWW Ariake Colosseum WIN
Technical knockout
June 27, 1999 Lakva Sim DWWWWW Ariake Colosseum LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 13, 1999 Saul Duran WWWLWW Ariake Colosseum DRAW
Points
Sept. 5, 1998 Yong Soo Choi WWWWDW Kokugikan WIN
Majority decision
March 29, 1998 Koji Arisawa WWWWWW Kokugikan Japanese Super Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 5, 1997 Yong Soo Choi WWWWWW Ryogoku Sumo Arena DRAW
Points
May 19, 1997 Jorge Luis Lopez WWWLLW WIN
Points
Feb. 17, 1997 Dong-Chul Yoon WWLDLW Korakuen Hall OPBF Super Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 21, 1996 Okky Abi Bakrin WWWWWW Kawasaki OPBF Super Featherweight

WIN
KO
June 19, 1996 Rudy Cabiles WWWLLL Yokohama WIN
Points
March 18, 1996 Jung-Chil Choi LL vacant OPBF Super Featherweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 12, 1995 Bert Navarez LWWWWL vacant OPBF Super Featherweight

WIN
KO
Oct. 16, 1995 Flash Pena LLWWWL vacant OPBF Super Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 17, 1995 Jae Woon Park WIN
KO
May 15, 1995 Jun Ignasio Mataganas LLLWDL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Feb. 20, 1995 ByungSoo Moon WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 21, 1994 Hyun Woo Pyo L Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Sept. 19, 1994 Masaaki Horiguchi WWLWWL WIN
Technical knockout
June 20, 1994 Hee-Chul Yang L WIN
KO
Feb. 13, 1994 Shigeru Kotani Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
KO
Dec. 18, 1993 Kazunori Sakamoto WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 4, 1993 Kenji Ichikawa W Korakuen Hall WIN
Points
Oct. 4, 1993 Shinya Ueda LD Korakuen Hall WIN
Points
Sept. 2, 1993 Tomoaki Sakayori WW WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 4, 1993 Hiroshi Kawata WIN
KO
June 17, 1993 Kazuhiro Fukumura WIN
KO