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Takashi Miura Record

Total Fights37
Title Wins1
Title Defenses4
Title-Fight KOs4
KO Wins24
KO Losses2
Takashi Miura Record & Stats
Takashi Miura's Record
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      What is Takashi Miura's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 14 years, Takashi Miura fought 37 times with 31 wins, 4 losses, and 2 draws.

      Miura retired from professional boxing with a record of 31-4-2, which included one super-featherweight world-title win and four successful title defense fights. He had a 64.9% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 24 of his total 37 fights being knockout wins, four of which were in title fights. Miura lost twice via knockout, both of them in title fights.

      His last fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Miguel Berchelt on July 15, 2017. Miura was fighting for the super-featherweight WBC title.

      Some of Miura's best fights and notable victories include wins over Billy Dib, Edgar Puerta, Dante Jardón, Jimmy Borbon, Gamaliel Díaz, Sergio Thompson, and Yoshimitsu Yashiro.

      37Jul 15, 201733Miguel BercheltLoss *UD
      36Jan 28, 201732Miguel RomanWinKO12
      35May 10, 201631Jimmy BorbonWinKO1
      34Nov 21, 201531Francisco VargasLoss *TKO9
      33May 1, 201530Billy DibWin *TKO3
      32Nov 22, 201430Edgar PuertaWin *TKO6
      31Dec 31, 201329Dante JardónWin *TKO9
      30Aug 17, 201329Sergio ThompsonWin *UD
      29Apr 8, 201328Gamaliel DíazWin *TKO9
      28Oct 27, 201228Ryuji MigakiWinTKO1
      27Jun 2, 201228Desson Cag-ongWinTKO2
      26Feb 4, 201227RJ Ano-osWinUD
      25Oct 18, 201127Jorge PerezWinUD
      24Jan 31, 201126Takashi UchiyamaLoss *RTD8
      23Oct 2, 201026Takashi InagakiWinTKO9
      22Jun 5, 201026Hiroto TakeshitaWinTKO3
      21Feb 6, 201025Seiichi OkadaWinSD
      20Oct 10, 200925Masayuki KoguchiWinUD
      19Jul 4, 200925Yoshimitsu YashiroWinTKO7
      18Jan 17, 200924Yoshimitsu YashiroDrawPTS
      17Oct 6, 200824Daochai SithsoeiWinKO3
      16Jun 4, 200824Insee Sithkawpon 1996WinKO1
      15Mar 3, 200823Daorung SithsoeiWinKO2
      14Sep 15, 200723Yusuke KoboriLossUD
      13Apr 14, 200722Mongkolchai SaendeegymWinKO2
      12Nov 18, 200622Denlangoo Tor TiebkoonWinUD
      11Jul 1, 200622Hidekazu MatsunobuWinKO7
      10Mar 4, 200621Kentaro OguraWinKO1
      9Dec 7, 200521Phongpetch ChuwatanaWinTKO1
      8Sep 22, 200521Bunchai KiatpailinWinTKO5
      7Apr 28, 200520Singsamut EausampanWinTKO6
      6Dec 4, 200420Akinori SuzukiDrawPTS
      5Aug 7, 200420Hideki TanakaWinTKO3
      4May 12, 200419Sardtora SaendeegymWinKO1
      3Feb 26, 200419Osamu NakamuraWinTKO3
      2Sep 9, 200319Padejsuek TwingymWinKO1
      1Jul 12, 200319Yutaka SatoWinUD

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Takashi Miura (Bomber Left) is a 40-year old retired Japanese professional boxer. He was born in Mitane, Yamamoto District, Akita on May 14, 1984. He is a former super-featherweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 14 years — from 2003 to 2017.

      Miura made his professional boxing debut against Yutaka Sato at the age of 19 on July 12, 2003, defeating Sato via 6 round unanimous decision. He went on to win 4 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 4 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 26 on January 31, 2011 after 23 professional fights, against Takashi Uchiyama for the WBA title. He lost to Uchiyama via 8th round RTD.

      Miura has won one world title at super-featherweight. For all the details about Miura's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Miura had a total of four losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was on July 15, 2017 against Mexican boxer Miguel Berchelt for Berchelt's super-featherweight WBC title. Miura lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 6 years, 10 months, and 6 days since this fight.


      Miura had a total of eight world-title fights, which includes winning one world title and four successful title defenses. He won five of these fights and lost three.

      Title Wins

      Takashi Miura fought for a super-featherweight world title in three fights and won once, which came via way of stoppage. He won one super-featherweight belt.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Apr 8, 2013Gamaliel DíazSuper-featherweightWBCTKO

      Title Defenses

      Takashi Miura had five super-featherweight world-title defense fights. He won four of them and lost once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      May 1, 2015Billy DibSuper-featherweightWBCTKO
      Nov 22, 2014Edgar PuertaSuper-featherweightWBCTKO
      Dec 31, 2013Dante JardónSuper-featherweightWBCTKO
      Aug 17, 2013Sergio ThompsonSuper-featherweightWBCUD

      Title Losses

      Takashi Miura lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Nov 21, 2015Francisco VargasSuper-featherweightWBCTKO


      Miura fought a total of 37 times during his professional career, which includes 8 world-title fights at the super-featherweight division. These three fights are the highlight of his career.

      • January 31, 2011: In his first world-title fight, Takashi Miura loses to Takashi Uchiyama via 8th round RTD. He was fighting for the WBA super-featherweight title.

      • April 8, 2013: Miura wins the WBC super-featherweight title from Gamaliel Díaz, by beating Díaz via 9th round TKO.

      • May 1, 2015: Miura successfully defends the WBC super-featherweight title against Billy Dib, winning the fight via 3rd round TKO.


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