Hiroyuki Hisataka

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Hiroyuki Hisataka
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Real nameHiroyuki Hisataka
Weight(s) Flyweight
Super Flyweight
Bantamweight
Height5 ft 4.5 in (1.64 m)
Reach64 in (163 cm)
Nationality Japanese
Born (1985-04-02) April 2, 1985 (age 36)
Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights41
Wins24
Wins by KO10
Losses16
Draws1

Hiroyuki Hisataka (久高 寛之, Hisataka Hiroyuki, born April 2, 1985 in Osaka) is a Japanese professional boxer.

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Professional career

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.

Professional boxing record

24 Wins (10 Knockouts, 14 Decisions), 16 Defeats (2 Knockouts, 14 Decisions), 1 Draw [1]
Res.RecordOpponentTypeRd., TimeDateLocationNotes
Win24-13-1 Flag of Japan.svg Keisuke TabuchiUD82015-08-16 Flag of Japan.svg Abeno Ward Center, Osaka
Win23-13-1 Flag of Japan.svg Keisuke NakayamaUD82015-04-03 Flag of Japan.svg Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka
Loss22-13-1 Flag of Japan.svg Takuya KogawaUD82014-10-10 Flag of Japan.svg Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Loss22-12-1 Flag of Japan.svg Ryo MatsumotoUD82014-04-06 Flag of Japan.svg Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo
Loss22-11-1 Flag of Argentina.svg Omar Andrés Narváez TKO10 (12), 1:262013-08-24 Flag of Argentina.svg Gimnasio Municipal N° 1, Trelew, Chubut For WBO Super Flyweight title.
Win22-10-1 Flag of the Philippines.svg Sonny Boy Jaro UD102013-04-07 Flag of Japan.svg Bodymaker Colosseum, Osaka
Loss21-10-1 Flag of Thailand.svg Oleydong Sithsamerchai UD122012-11-12 Flag of Thailand.svg Central Pavilion, Sara Buri For WBC International Super Flyweight title.
Win21-9-1 Flag of Japan.svg Tetsuya HisadaTKO4 (10), 1:492012-07-21 Flag of Japan.svg Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka
Win20-9-1 Flag of Thailand.svg Suknavin Or BenjamadKO2 (10), 1:092012-04-13 Flag of Japan.svg Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka
Loss19-9-1 Flag of Mexico.svg Hugo Fidel Cazares UD122010-12-23 Flag of Japan.svg Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka For WBA Super Flyweight title.
Win19-8-1 Flag of Thailand.svg Panomroonglek KaiyanghadaogymTKO8 (12), 1:262010-05-04 Flag of Thailand.svg Surat Thani Won vacant WBC International Silver Flyweight title.
Win18-8-1 Flag of Thailand.svg Ratanadet PorThitimaTKO7 (10), 1:142009-08-23 Flag of Japan.svg Creo, Osaka
Loss17-8-1 Flag of Thailand.svg Denkaosan Kaovichit UD82009-03-12 Flag of Thailand.svg Central Stadium, Uttaradit For WBA Flyweight title.
Win17-7-1 Flag of Japan.svg Yuki TakahashiKO2 (8), 3:072008-12-13 Flag of Japan.svg Abeno Ward Center, Osaka
Loss16-7-1 Flag of Japan.svg Takefumi Sakata UD122008-07-30 Flag of Japan.svg Yoyogi First Gym, Tokyo For WBA Flyweight title.
Win16-6-1 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Hussein Hussein UD102007-12-25 Flag of Japan.svg Azalea Taisho, Osaka
Loss15-6-1 Flag of the Philippines.svg Wyndel JaniolaSD102007-08-25 Flag of Japan.svg SM Mall of Asia, Pasig, Metro Manila
Loss15-5-1 Flag of Thailand.svg Panomroonglek KaiyanghadaogymUD102007-05-25 Flag of Thailand.svg Por Kungpao, Udomsuk, Bangkok For WBC Youth World Flyweight title.
Loss15-4-1 Flag of Japan.svg Kenji YoshidaUD102007-04-01 Flag of Japan.svg Central Hall, Osaka For interim Japanese Flyweight title.
Win15-3-1 Flag of Thailand.svg Saming TwingymTKO7 (10), 0:512006-12-14 Flag of Japan.svg Azalea Taisho, Osaka
Win14-3-1 Flag of the Philippines.svg Federico CatubayUD102006-10-08 Flag of Japan.svg IMP Hall, Osaka
Win13-3-1 Flag of Japan.svg Takafumi HimenoUD122006-07-06 Flag of Japan.svg Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Win12-3-1 Flag of Thailand.svg Yuchi CarryboyKO3 (10), 3:092006-03-22 Flag of Japan.svg Central Hall, Osaka
Win11-3-1 Flag of the Philippines.svg Bert Batawang TKO2 (10), 0:442005-12-03 Flag of Japan.svg Central Hall, Osaka
Loss10-3-1 Flag of Japan.svg Tomonobu Shimizu UD82005-10-19 Flag of Japan.svg Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Win10-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Takahiro TakemuraSD82005-04-04 Flag of Japan.svg Central Gym, Osaka
Win9-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Tsunejiro SatoUD62004-12-19 Flag of Japan.svg Korakuen Hall, Tokyo
Win8-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Chiharu MandaUD62004-11-21 Flag of Japan.svg Zeep Fukuoka, Fukuoka
Win7-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Takeshi HondaUD62004-09-04 Flag of Japan.svg Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka
Win6-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Masato KirinoUD42004-06-13 Flag of Japan.svg Azalea Taisho, Osaka
Win5-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Masayuki KawaguchiKO3 (4), 1:172004-05-05 Flag of Japan.svg Azalea Taisho, Osaka
Win4-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Takashi MorishimaUD42003-12-14 Flag of Japan.svg Azalea Taisho, Osaka
Win3-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Nobumasa TanakaUD42003-10-12 Flag of Japan.svg Azalea Taisho, Osaka
Draw2-2-1 Flag of Japan.svg Masato KirinoUD42003-08-10 Flag of Japan.svg Azalea Taisho, Osaka
Win2-2 Flag of Japan.svg Kimihito HoriUD42003-05-24 Flag of Japan.svg Prefectural Gymnasium, Wakayama
Win1-2 Flag of Japan.svg Masayoshi NishiKO2 (4), 2:072003-03-09 Flag of Japan.svg Azalea Taisho, Osaka
Loss0-2 Flag of Japan.svg Keita OmiMD42002-12-23 Flag of Japan.svg Mizuno Christa, Osaka
Loss0-1 Flag of Japan.svg Hirofumi ShiraishiKO1 (4), 2:192002-09-15 Flag of Japan.svg Sanda, Hyogo Professional Debut.

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References

  1. "BoxRec - Hiroyuki Hisataka". Archived from the original on 2015-03-31. Retrieved 2013-07-16.