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Yuri Arbachakov boxer

Yuri Arbachakov image
Status inactive
Division flyweight
Height 5′ 4″/163cm
Debut 1990-02-01
Born 1966-10-22
Nationality Russia
Residence Tokyo, Japan
bouts
24
won
23
lost
1
draw
0
bouts
24
won
23
lost
1
draw
0
Status inactive
Division flyweight
Height 5′ 4″/163cm
Debut 1990-02-01
Born 1966-10-22
Nationality Russia
Residence Tokyo, Japan

Arbachakov was an amateur boxing star in the Soviet Union. He won both world and European amateur championships during his amateur career, and lost only 21 of 186 amateur fights.Arbachakov emigrated to Japan as part of the perestroika program, along with Orzubek Nazarov. He trained with the Kyoei boxing gym, and fought almost all of his fights in Japan. He made his professional debut in February, 1990, under the name "Yuri Chakov", in the bantamweight division. In 1991, his gym changed his ring name to "Yuri Ebihara," (after former world champion Hiroyuki Ebihara) and in July of that year, he won the Japanese flyweight title in his seventh professional bout, by 1st-round knockout. He defended the title once before returning it.

Arbachakov was an amateur boxing star in the Soviet Union. He won both world and European amateur championships during his amateur career, and lost only 21 of 186 amateur fights.Arbachakov emigrated to Japan as part of the perestroika program, along with Orzubek Nazarov. He trained with the Kyoei boxing gym, and fought almost all of his fights in Japan. He made his professional debut in February, 1990, under the name "Yuri Chakov", in the bantamweight division. In 1991, his gym changed his ring name to "Yuri Ebihara," (after former world champion Hiroyuki Ebihara) and in July of that year, he won the Japanese flyweight title in his seventh professional bout, by 1st-round knockout. He defended the title once before returning it.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Nov. 12, 1997 Chatchai Sasakul WWDWWW Tsukisamu Green Dome, Sapporo LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 26, 1996 Puma Toguchi WLWWWW Kokugikan World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 5, 1996 Raul Juarez WWWWWW Osaka-Jo Hall, Osaka World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 25, 1995 Chatchai Sasakul WWWWWW Nippon Budokan World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 30, 1995 Oscar Arciniega LWWWWW Green Dome, Sapporo World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 1, 1994 Hugo Rafael Soto WWWWW Ariake Colosseum World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
May 16, 1994 Hiroshi Kobayashi LWLLLL Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 13, 1993 Nam-Hoon Cha WWWWWW Municipal Gymnasium, Kyoto World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
July 16, 1993 Ysaias Zamudio WWWWWW World Memorial Hall, Kobe World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
March 20, 1993 Muangchai Kittikasem WWWLWW Lop Buri World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 20, 1992 Yoon-Un Jin WWWWWW Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
June 23, 1992 Muangchai Kittikasem WWWWWW Kokugikan World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
April 20, 1992 Suvatchai Chalermsri LLLWWL World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
KO
March 16, 1992 Samanchai Chalermsri WLWLWW Korakuen Hall World Boxing Council World Flyweight

WIN
Points
Nov. 25, 1991 Shun Hazama WWWLWL Korakuen Hall Japanese Flyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 30, 1991 Byung-Kap Kim LLLL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
July 15, 1991 Takahiro Mizuno WLLWLW vacant Japanese Flyweight

WIN
KO
March 16, 1991 Hyun Ki Lee vacant Japanese Flyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 20, 1990 Rolando Bohol DWWWLL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Oct. 29, 1990 Justo Zuniga LLWWLW Korakuen Hall WIN
Technical knockout
June 23, 1990 Jung Eui Hyun L Korakuen Hall WIN
Technical knockout
May 7, 1990 Diego Onglao LLLLLL Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
April 12, 1990 Jae-Hyun Kim Korakuen Hall WIN
KO
Feb. 1, 1990 Allan Tanaka LLLL Kokugikan WIN
Technical knockout