Toshiaki NishiokaSuper Bantamweight
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- Born: July 25, 1976
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- Age: 47
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- Stance: Southpaw
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- Nationality: Japanese
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Toshiaki Nishioka, also known as the "Speed King" and "Monster Left", is a former Japanese professional boxer who competed from 1994 to 2012. During his career, Nishioka fought a total of 47 fights, with a record of 39 wins, five losses, and three draws, an impressive feat that proves his determination and skill inside the ring.
Nishioka made his professional boxing debut at the age of 18 on December 11, 1994, against Yūkō Shishido, where he displayed his attacking prowess and knocked out his opponent in the first round. He continued to shape his reputation in the boxing world, with his left-handed stance and impressive height of 5'6"+1/2 inches making him an imposing figure in the ring.
One of Nishioka's notable fights was his first world title fight at the age of 23 on June 25, 2000, where he fought Veeraphol Sahaprom for the WBC title. Nishioka lost the match via 12-round unanimous decision, but this did not deter him from pursuing his dream of becoming a world champion.
Years later, on January 3, 2009, Nishioka successfully defended his title against Genaro García, winning the fight via 12th round Technical Knock Out (TKO). He then continued his winning streak, defeating notable opponents such as Jhonny González, Ivan Hernández, and Balweg Bangoyan to keep his WBC super-bantamweight title.
On October 1, 2011, Nishioka faced the highly respected Rafael Márquez in a highly anticipated matchup. Nishioka displayed his crisp left-handed jab and strong footwork, eventually winning the fight via a 12-round unanimous decision. He continued to prove his dominance in the boxing world and held the title for four years before vacating it to pursue other opponents and opportunities.
Although Nishioka won numerous matches, he also suffered several setbacks during his career. Of his five losses, three of them were during title bouts, and two were in non-title bouts. He suffered his first loss against Masahiko Nakamura via 4th round KO on February 4, 1995. He has been stopped twice and lost three times via decision. These defeats did not deter him from continuing to pursue his passion for boxing and striving to improve his skills.
One of Nishioka's most memorable fights was against Nonito Donaire on October 13, 2012, for Donaire's super-bantamweight WBO title. The fight was highly anticipated, but Nishioka ultimately lost via 9th round TKO, marking his retirement from professional boxing.
Nishioka retired with a record of 39-5-3, which included 24 knockout wins and two losses via knockout. Despite not winning a world title in his first fight at Sahaprom, Nishioka's impressive career highlights include his series of fights against Veeraphol Nakonluang-Promotion and his successful title defenses against Genaro García, Jhonny González, Ivan Hernández, Rafael Márquez, and Balweg Bangoyan, among others.
In conclusion, Toshiaki Nishioka's boxing career is an impressive testament to his skill, determination, and love for the sport. Despite facing setbacks and defeats, he continued to persevere and improve his abilities, ultimately becoming a respected figure and an inspiration for aspiring boxers. His legacy in the boxing world will undoubtedly be remembered for years to come.
Toshiaki Nishioka Fight Record
|47||Oct 13, 2012||36||Nonito Donaire||Loss||TKO9|
|46||Oct 1, 2011||35||Rafael Márquez||Win||UD|
|45||Apr 8, 2011||34||Mauricio Javier Muñoz||Win||KO9|
|44||Oct 24, 2010||34||Rendall Munroe||Win||UD|
|43||Apr 30, 2010||33||Balweg Bangoyan||Win||TKO5|
|42||Oct 10, 2009||33||Ivan Hernández||Win||RTD3|
|41||May 23, 2009||32||Jhonny González||Win||TKO3|
|40||Jan 3, 2009||32||Genaro García||Win||TKO12|
|39||Sep 15, 2008||32||Napapol Kiatisakchokchai||Win||UD|
|38||Apr 19, 2008||31||Jesús García||Win||TKO3|
|37||Dec 15, 2007||31||Pederito Laurente||Win||KO9|
|36||Aug 11, 2007||31||Jean Javier Sotelo||Win||KO7|
|35||Nov 16, 2006||30||José Alonso||Win||KO4|
|34||Feb 4, 2006||29||Hugo Vargas||Win||UD|
|33||Sep 3, 2005||29||Pederito Laurente||Win||UD|
|32||Apr 29, 2005||28||Mustapha Abahraouhi||Win||TKO2|
|31||Oct 30, 2004||28||Yoshikane Nakajima||Win||UD|
|30||Mar 6, 2004||27||Veeraphol Sahaprom||Loss||UD|
|29||Oct 4, 2003||27||Veeraphol Sahaprom||Draw||SD|
|28||Dec 7, 2002||26||Evangelio Pérez||Win||KO1|
|27||Sep 1, 2001||25||Veeraphol Sahaprom||Draw||SD|
|26||Mar 11, 2001||24||Sammy Ventura||Win||KO1|
|25||Nov 5, 2000||24||Gerardo Martínez||Win||UD|
|24||Jun 25, 2000||23||Veeraphol Sahaprom||Loss||UD|
|23||Mar 12, 2000||23||Rodel Llanita||Win||KO2|
|22||Dec 19, 1999||23||Taiji Okamoto||Win||UD|
|21||Aug 7, 1999||23||Yodsingh Chuwatana||Win||TKO4|
|20||Apr 24, 1999||22||Shigeru Nakazato||Win||TKO8|
|19||Dec 29, 1998||22||Jun'ichi Watanabe||Win||KO2|
|18||Sep 23, 1998||22||Joel Avila||Win||KO2|
|17||Jun 29, 1998||21||Jack Siahaya||Win||KO1|
|16||Mar 8, 1998||21||Julio César Cardona||Win||DQ|
|15||Nov 22, 1997||21||Dong-Soo Kim||Win||TKO4|
|14||Aug 30, 1997||21||Fernando Montilla||Draw||SD|
|13||Apr 14, 1997||20||Joel Junio||Win||KO2|
|12||Feb 23, 1997||20||Fuzi Armes||Win||KO6|
|11||Oct 19, 1996||20||Ahmad Fandi||Win||UD|
|10||Aug 25, 1996||20||Donaldo Estella||Win||UD|
|9||May 19, 1996||19||Reynante Rojo||Win||UD|
|8||Dec 16, 1995||19||Momotarō Kitajima||Loss||MD|
|7||Oct 29, 1995||19||Shin Kashiramoto||Win||UD|
|6||Sep 18, 1995||19||Isao Ohno||Win||UD|
|5||Aug 15, 1995||19||Hiroyasu Uchida||Win||KO1|
|4||Jun 17, 1995||18||Nobuyuki Kihara||Win||UD|
|3||Mar 25, 1995||18||Shigeaki Nakamasa||Win||KO1|
|2||Feb 4, 1995||18||Masahiko Nakamura||Loss||KO4|
|1||Dec 11, 1994||18||Yūkō Shishido||Win||KO1|