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Nobuhiro Ishida
Real name Nobuhiro Ishida
Japanese: 石田 順裕
Rated at super welterweight
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Nationality Japan Japanese
Birth date 18 August 1975 (1975-08-18) (age 34)
Birth place Nagasu, Tamana District, Kumamoto, Japan
Stance orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 29
Wins 22
Wins by KO 7
Losses 5
Draws 2

Nobuhiro Ishida (石田 順裕 Ishida Nobuhiro ?, born August 18, 1975 in Kumamoto, Japan) is a professional boxer from Japan. He resides in Osaka. His stance is orthodox.

He began the boxing when he was 6 years old, and won the title of the national high school invitational tournament at the lightweight in 1993.[* 1] After graduating from Kinki University, he gained another amateur title at light middleweight in 1998,[* 2] and had an amateur record of 101-15 (50 KOs).[** 1] He turned the professional in 1999, and on May 20 he started the pro career.

On March 1, 2001 he gained the OPBF super welterweight title in the 6th match as a pro. And on December 2, 2006 he also captured Japanese super welterweight title.

Ishida won the interim WBA super welterweight title against Venezuelan Marco Antonio Avendaño in Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium on August 30, 2009.[1] In the first defense on December 29, 2009 he knocked down Colombian Oney Valdez at 10th round and defeated him by unanimous decision again, at the same venue.[2]

See also


  1. ^ Joe Koizumi (August 30, 2009). "Ishida wins WBA interim 154 belt". Retrieved 2009-12-30.  
  2. ^ Kyodo News (December 30, 2009). "Interim champ Ishida defends WBA super welterweight title". The Japan Times. Retrieved 2009-12-30.  

* BOXING MAGAZINE editorial department, ed (April 30, 2005). "アマチュア・レコード" (in Japanese). 日本ボクシング年鑑2005 (JAPAN BOXING YEAR BOOK 2005). Tokyo, Japan: BASEBALL MAGAZINE SHA Co.,Ltd. pp. 206-207. ISBN 978-4-583-03849-6.  

  1. ^ "全国高等学校選抜選手権大会; 第4回", p. 207
  2. ^ "全日本社会人選手権大会; 第50回", p. 206

** BOXING MAGAZINE editorial department, ed (March 1, 2004) (in Japanese). 日本プロボクシングチャンピオン大鑑. Tokyo, Japan: BASEBALL MAGAZINE SHA Co.,Ltd. ISBN 978-4-583-03784-4.  

  1. ^ "石田順裕", p. 132

External links

Title last held by
Alejandro García
WBA Super Welterweight Champion
Interim Title

August 30, 2009 – present


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