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Toshiaki Nishioka boxer

Toshiaki Nishioka image
Status inactive
Division super bantamweight
Height 5′ 6½″/169cm
Reach 68½″/174cm
Debut 1994-12-11
Born 1976-07-25
Nationality Japan
Residence Tokyo, Japan
bouts
47
won
39
lost
5
draw
3
bouts
47
won
39
lost
5
draw
3
Status inactive
Division super bantamweight
Height 5′ 6½″/169cm
Reach 68½″/174cm
Debut 1994-12-11
Born 1976-07-25
Nationality Japan
Residence Tokyo, Japan

Nishioka was born in Kakogawa, Hyōgo, Japan, in July 1976, and has one younger sister. He started boxing at age ten when he was in the fifth grade of elementary school on the recommendation of his father who runs a tavern. He compiled an amateur record of 10–2. Since before his professional debut, Nishioka had served as a sparring partner of the reigning WBC bantamweight champion Yasuei Yakushiji.Nicknamed "Speed King", Nishioka won his professional debut by a first-round knockout in Himeji, Hyōgo, on December 11, 1994. But he was knocked out in the fourth round of the next fight at the Korakuen Hall, and was carried out on a stretcher. Nishioka won the annual Japanese boxing series, West Japan Rookie King Tournament in the super bantamweight division at the Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium in September 1995. Winning over the Central Japan rookie king in the next fight at the Nagoya Civic Assembly Hall, he fought against the rookie king of the Western part of Japan in Fukuoka in December of the same year. Though Nishioka was convinced of his victory, the judges were in favor of his opponent.

Nishioka was born in Kakogawa, Hyōgo, Japan, in July 1976, and has one younger sister. He started boxing at age ten when he was in the fifth grade of elementary school on the recommendation of his father who runs a tavern. He compiled an amateur record of 10–2. Since before his professional debut, Nishioka had served as a sparring partner of the reigning WBC bantamweight champion Yasuei Yakushiji.Nicknamed "Speed King", Nishioka won his professional debut by a first-round knockout in Himeji, Hyōgo, on December 11, 1994. But he was knocked out in the fourth round of the next fight at the Korakuen Hall, and was carried out on a stretcher. Nishioka won the annual Japanese boxing series, West Japan Rookie King Tournament in the super bantamweight division at the Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium in September 1995. Winning over the Central Japan rookie king in the next fight at the Nagoya Civic Assembly Hall, he fought against the rookie king of the Western part of Japan in Fukuoka in December of the same year. Though Nishioka was convinced of his victory, the judges were in favor of his opponent.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Oct. 13, 2012 Nonito Donaire WWWWWW Home Depot Center, Carson LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 1, 2011 Rafael Marquez LLWWLW Marquee Ballroom, MGM Grand, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
April 8, 2011 Mauricio Javier Munoz LWWWWW World Memorial Hall, Kobe WIN
KO
Oct. 24, 2010 Rendall Munroe WWWWWW Kokugikan WIN
Unanimous decision
April 30, 2010 Balweg Bangoyan WWWWWW Nippon Budokan WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 10, 2009 Ivan Hernandez WLLWWW Yoyogi #2 Gymnasium WIN
Corner retirement
May 23, 2009 Jhonny Gonzalez WWWWWW Arena Monterrey, Monterrey WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 3, 2009 Genaro Garcia WWWLLW Pacifico, Yokohama WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 15, 2008 Namchai Saru WWWDWW Pacifico, Yokohama interim World Boxing Council World Super Bantamweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
April 19, 2008 Jesus Garcia WLLWWW Korakuen Hall WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 15, 2007 Pederito Laurente WLWLWL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Aug. 11, 2007 Jean Javier Sotelo WLLDLW Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Nov. 16, 2006 Jose Alonso WWWWLL Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas WIN
KO
Feb. 4, 2006 Hugo Vargas WLLLWL Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 3, 2005 Pederito Laurente WLLWLW Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
April 29, 2005 Mustapha Abahraouhi WWLLLW Palais des Sports, Marseille WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 30, 2004 Yoshikane Nakajima DWWWWD Kokugikan WIN
Unanimous decision
March 6, 2004 Veeraphol Sahaprom WWWWWD Super Arena, Saitama World Boxing Council World Bantamweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 4, 2003 Veeraphol Sahaprom WWWWWW Kokugikan World Boxing Council World Bantamweight

DRAW
Split-decision
Dec. 7, 2002 Evangelio Perez LLLLLL Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
KO
Sept. 1, 2001 Veeraphol Sahaprom WWWWWW Arena, Yokohama World Boxing Council World Bantamweight

DRAW
Split-decision
March 11, 2001 Sammy Ventura LLWWLL Arena, Yokohama WIN
KO
Nov. 5, 2000 Gerardo Martinez WWLWWL Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
June 25, 2000 Veeraphol Sahaprom WWWWWW City Sogo Gym, Takasago LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 12, 2000 Rodel Llanita DLLWWL Kokugikan WIN
KO
Dec. 19, 1999 Taiji Okamoto WWWDLW City Gymnasium, Takasago Japanese Bantamweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 7, 1999 Jatupol Rattanawong WWWWWW Korakuen Hall WIN
Technical knockout
April 24, 1999 Shigeru Nakazato WWWWLW Kakogawa Japanese Bantamweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 29, 1998 Junichi Watanabe WWWWWW Central Gym, Osaka vacant Japanese Bantamweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 23, 1998 Joel Avila LLLWWW Takasago WIN
KO
June 29, 1998 Jack Siahaya WLLLL Osaka WIN
KO
March 8, 1998 Julio Cesar Cardona LLLLLL Arena, Yokohama WIN
DQ
Nov. 22, 1997 Dong-Soo Kim WLL Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 30, 1997 Fernando Montilla WWLWWW Himeji DRAW
Split-decision
April 14, 1997 Joel Junio LLLLWL Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka WIN
KO
Feb. 23, 1997 Fuzi Armes W Himeji WIN
KO
Oct. 19, 1996 Ahmad Fandi DLWLWL Kobe WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 25, 1996 Donaldo Estella L Himeji WIN
Unanimous decision
May 19, 1996 Reynante Rojo LWWWLW Okinoerabu WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 16, 1995 Momotaro Kitajima WWWWW LOSS
Majority decision
Oct. 29, 1995 Shin Kashiramoto Nagoya WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 18, 1995 Isao Ono W Osaka WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 15, 1995 Hiroyasu Uchida L Osaka WIN
KO
June 17, 1995 Nobuyuki Kihara WL Himeji WIN
Unanimous decision
March 25, 1995 Shigeaki Nakamasa Himeji WIN
KO
Feb. 4, 1995 Masahiko Nakamura WD Korakuen Hall LOSS
KO
Dec. 11, 1994 Yuko Shishido Himeji WIN
KO