|Real name||Hiroyuki Hisataka|
|Weight(s)|| Flyweight |
|Height||5 ft 4.5 in (1.64 m)|
|Reach||64 in (163 cm)|
|Born||April 2, 1985|
Osaka, Osaka, Japan
|Wins by KO||10|
Hiroyuki Hisataka (久高 寛之, Hisataka Hiroyuki, born April 2, 1985 in Osaka) is a Japanese professional boxer.
Hisataka has challenged for a world title four times; twice at Flyweight and twice at Super Flyweight, but he was unsuccessful in all four attempts. At Flyweight, he lost to Takefumi Sakata on July 30, 2008 and Denkaosan Kaovichit on May 26, 2009; with the WBA Flyweight title on the line in both bouts. At Super Flyweight, he lost to Hugo Fidel Cazares on December 23, 2010 with the WBA Super Flyweight title on the line and Omar Andrés Narváez on August 24, 2013 with the WBO Super Flyweight title on the line.
|24 Wins (10 Knockouts, 14 Decisions), 16 Defeats (2 Knockouts, 14 Decisions), 1 Draw|
|Win||24-13-1||Keisuke Tabuchi||UD||8||2015-08-16||Abeno Ward Center, Osaka|
|Win||23-13-1||Keisuke Nakayama||UD||8||2015-04-03||Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka|
|Loss||22-13-1||Takuya Kogawa||UD||8||2014-10-10||Korakuen Hall, Tokyo|
|Loss||22-12-1||Ryo Matsumoto||UD||8||2014-04-06||Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo|
|Loss||22-11-1||Omar Andrés Narváez||TKO||10 (12), 1:26||2013-08-24||Gimnasio Municipal N° 1, Trelew, Chubut||For WBO Super Flyweight title.|
|Win||22-10-1||Sonny Boy Jaro||UD||10||2013-04-07||Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka|
|Loss||21-10-1||Oleydong Sithsamerchai||UD||12||2012-11-12||Central Pavilion, Sara Buri||For WBC International Super Flyweight title.|
|Win||21-9-1||Tetsuya Hisada||TKO||4 (10), 1:49||2012-07-21||Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka|
|Win||20-9-1||Suknavin Or Benjamad||KO||2 (10), 1:09||2012-04-13||Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka|
|Loss||19-9-1||Hugo Fidel Cazares||UD||12||2010-12-23||Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka||For WBA Super Flyweight title.|
|Win||19-8-1||Panomroonglek Kaiyanghadaogym||TKO||8 (12), 1:26||2010-05-04||Surat Thani||Won vacant WBC International Silver Flyweight title.|
|Win||18-8-1||Ratanadet PorThitima||TKO||7 (10), 1:14||2009-08-23||Creo, Osaka|
|Loss||17-8-1||Denkaosan Kaovichit||UD||8||2009-03-12||Central Stadium, Uttaradit||For WBA Flyweight title.|
|Win||17-7-1||Yuki Takahashi||KO||2 (8), 3:07||2008-12-13||Abeno Ward Center, Osaka|
|Loss||16-7-1||Takefumi Sakata||UD||12||2008-07-30||Yoyogi First Gym, Tokyo||For WBA Flyweight title.|
|Win||16-6-1||Hussein Hussein||UD||10||2007-12-25||Azalea Taisho, Osaka|
|Loss||15-6-1||Wyndel Janiola||SD||10||2007-08-25||SM Mall of Asia, Pasig, Metro Manila|
|Loss||15-5-1||Panomroonglek Kaiyanghadaogym||UD||10||2007-05-25||Por Kungpao, Udomsuk, Bangkok||For WBC Youth World Flyweight title.|
|Loss||15-4-1||Kenji Yoshida||UD||10||2007-04-01||Central Hall, Osaka||For interim Japanese Flyweight title.|
|Win||15-3-1||Saming Twingym||TKO||7 (10), 0:51||2006-12-14||Azalea Taisho, Osaka|
|Win||14-3-1||Federico Catubay||UD||10||2006-10-08||IMP Hall, Osaka|
|Win||13-3-1||Takafumi Himeno||UD||12||2006-07-06||Korakuen Hall, Tokyo|
|Win||12-3-1||Yuchi Carryboy||KO||3 (10), 3:09||2006-03-22||Central Hall, Osaka|
|Win||11-3-1||Bert Batawang||TKO||2 (10), 0:44||2005-12-03||Central Hall, Osaka|
|Loss||10-3-1||Tomonobu Shimizu||UD||8||2005-10-19||Korakuen Hall, Tokyo|
|Win||10-2-1||Takahiro Takemura||SD||8||2005-04-04||Central Gym, Osaka|
|Win||9-2-1||Tsunejiro Sato||UD||6||2004-12-19||Korakuen Hall, Tokyo|
|Win||8-2-1||Chiharu Manda||UD||6||2004-11-21||Zeep Fukuoka, Fukuoka|
|Win||7-2-1||Takeshi Honda||UD||6||2004-09-04||Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka|
|Win||6-2-1||Masato Kirino||UD||4||2004-06-13||Azalea Taisho, Osaka|
|Win||5-2-1||Masayuki Kawaguchi||KO||3 (4), 1:17||2004-05-05||Azalea Taisho, Osaka|
|Win||4-2-1||Takashi Morishima||UD||4||2003-12-14||Azalea Taisho, Osaka|
|Win||3-2-1||Nobumasa Tanaka||UD||4||2003-10-12||Azalea Taisho, Osaka|
|Draw||2-2-1||Masato Kirino||UD||4||2003-08-10||Azalea Taisho, Osaka|
|Win||2-2||Kimihito Hori||UD||4||2003-05-24||Prefectural Gymnasium, Wakayama|
|Win||1-2||Masayoshi Nishi||KO||2 (4), 2:07||2003-03-09||Azalea Taisho, Osaka|
|Loss||0-2||Keita Omi||MD||4||2002-12-23||Mizuno Christa, Osaka|
|Loss||0-1||Hirofumi Shiraishi||KO||1 (4), 2:19||2002-09-15||Sanda, Hyogo||Professional Debut.|
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