Kenichi Ogata (shoot Boxer) - Record

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Professional kickboxing record
61 Fights, 43 wins (27 (T)KOs), 17 Losses, 1 Draw
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2009-06-01 Loss Tyler Toner Shoot Boxing 2009 Bushido 3rd Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right high kick) 1 3:00
2008-11-24 Loss Andy Souwer Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2008 Final Saitama, Saitama, Japan KO (3 knockdowns) 2 2:11
2008-11-24 Win Luiz Azeredo Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2008 Semi-final Saitama, Saitama, Japan KO (Right hook) 2 2:11
2008-11-24 Win Kenji Kanai Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2008 Quarter-final Saitama, Saitama, Japan KO (Right straight) 2 2:58
2008-09-12 Win Jason Scerri Shoot Boxing 2008 Tamashi - Road to S-cup - 5th Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Referee stoppage) 3 0:56
2008-05-28 Win Doo-Suk Oh Shoot Boxing 2008 Tamashi - Road to S-cup - 3rd Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00
2007-10-28 Loss Brian Lo A Njoe Shoot Boxing Battle Summit Ground Zero Tokyo 2007 Sumida, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right hook) 2 0:44
2007-07-28 Loss Adam Higson Shoot Boxing 2007 Mu-So 3rd Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2007-05-25 Win Xu Yan Shoot Boxing 2007 Mu-So 2nd Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (Body shot with left knee) 3 0:56
2007-02-25 Loss Big Ben Kesa Gym Shoot Boxing 2007 Mu-So 1st Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right hook) 2 1:04
2006-11-03 Win Andy Souwer Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2006 Final Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2006-11-03 Win Hiroki Shishido Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2006 Semi-final Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2006-11-03 Win Damacio Page Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2006 Quarter-final Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan KO (Left body shot) 2 1:14
2006-09-23 Win Takashi Ohno WSBA "Shoot Boxing 2006 Neo ΟΡΘΡΟΣ Series 5th" Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2006-07-07 Win Ryan Diaz WSBA "Shoot Boxing 2006 Neo ΟΡΘΡΟΣ Series 4th" Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2006-05-26 Win Paul Smith WSBA "Shoot Boxing 2006 Neo ΟΡΘΡΟΣ Series 3rd" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (Punches) 2 2:57
2006-03-25 Win Kim Yeon Jong WSBA "Shoot Boxing 2006 Neo ΟΡΘΡΟΣ Series 2nd" Tokyo, Japan TKO 4 1:35
2006-02-09 Ex Andy Souwer WSBA "Shoot Boxing 2006 Neo ΟΡΘΡΟΣ Series 1st" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan No Decision 1 2:00
2005-11-25 Win Karimi Shonan WSBA "Shoot Boxing 20th Anniversary Series Final" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right straight) 3 0:53
2005-06-26 Loss Chi Bin Lim WSBA "Shoot Boxing 20th Anniversary Series 3rd" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Doctor stoppage, cut) 2 3:00
2005-03-06 Win Shane Wiggand WSBA "Shoot Boxing 20th Anniversary Series First" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (3 knockdowns) 2 1:44
2005-01-23 Win Serkan Yilmaz Shoot Boxing 2005 Ground Zero Fukuoka Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 6 (Ex.1) 3:00
2004-12-03 Win Peter Kaljevic WSBA "∞-S Vol.6" Osaka, Osaka, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2004-09-19 Loss Katel Kubis Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2004 Quarter-final Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan TKO (Doctor stoppage, cut) 1 1:32
2004-04-18 Win Jake Hattan WSBA "∞-S Vol.2" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Towel thrown) 2 3:00
2004-02-24 Loss Kozo Takeda K-1 World MAX 2004 Japan Tournament Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Towel thrown) 1 3:00
2004-02-01 Win Ngkau Spain WSBA "∞-S Vol.1" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (3 knockdowns) 2 2:22
2003-12-07 Win Vladislav Klikfeld WSBA "S" of the World Vol.6" Osaka, Osaka, Japan KO (3 knockdowns) 2 1:32
2003-06-01 Loss Shane Chapman WSBA "S" of the World Vol.3" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2003-04-13 Win Ryland Mahoney WSBA "S" of the World Vol.2" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (Body shot) 3 1:50
2002-11-04 Loss Andy Souwer WSBA "The age of "S" Vol.5" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2002-05-13 Win Jeremy Allen WSBA "The age of "S" Vol.3" Osaka, Osaka, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
2002-03-31 Win Tony Valente WSBA "The age of "S" Vol.2" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo TKO (3 knockdowns) 3 2:54
2002-02-01 Win Jermaine Pielow WSBA "The age of "S" Vol.1" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo KO (Right hook) 4 2:37
2001-11-20 Win Daniel Silva WSBA "Be A Champ 4th Stage" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo KO (Middle kick) 2 2:36
2001-09-25 Win Hong Guo WSBA "Be A Champ 3rd Stage" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo TKO (Gave up) 4 0:00
2001-07-9 Loss Daniel Dawson X-Plosion On Jupiter Gold Coast, Australia TKO (Corner Stop/Knee to Body) 3
2001-04-30 Win Jong-Gong Kim WSBA "Be A Champ 2nd Stage" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo KO (3 knockdowns) 1 4:33
2000-11-30 Win Elizabeth Oliver WSBA "Invade 5th Stage" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2000-11-01 Win Sakon Kubosaka K-1 J-MAX 2000 Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (Left body shot) 5 2:03
2000-09-20 Win David Morrow WSBA "Invade 4th Stage" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO (Punches) 1 1:44
2000-05-21 Win Kit Cope WSBA "Invade 3rd Stage" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
1999-06-10 Loss Douglas Alan Evans WSBA "Against 1999 2nd" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan KO 1 1:34
1999-03-10 Win David Solomon WSBA "Against 1999 1st" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Towel thrown) 1 1:31
1999-04-24 Loss John Wayne Parr MAJKF Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo KO (Left hook) 2 1:49
1998-11-14 Loss Ramon Dekkers WSBA "Ground Zero Tokyo" Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan KO(Left hook) 4 2:58
1998-09-05 Ex Taro Minato WSBA "SB the Coming Generation" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan No Decision 2 2:00
1998-07-17 Win Ryuji Goto WSBA "SK-XX 3rd" Osaka, Osaka, Japan TKO(dislocation) 3 0:54
1998-06-04 Win Seiichiro Nishibayashi WSBA "SK-XX 2nd" Bunkyo, Tokyo, Tokyo TKO (Cut) 3 2:15
1998-04-26 Win Gilbert Ballantine WSBA "RKS Presents Shoot the Shooto XX" Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
1997-10-12 Loss Sitisak Tor Anuson WKA "'97 The Festival of Martial Arts Special" Sumida, Tokyo, Japan KO (Right elbow) 5 1:39
1997-05-09 Loss Dany Bill Shoot Boxing World Tournament 1997, Super Fight Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan TKO (Towel thrown) 5 1:42
1997-03-23 Win Lafayette Lawson WSBA KO 1
1996-07-14 Win Marcelo Oliveira Aguiar Shoot Boxing - S Cup 1996 Koto, Tokyo, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
1996-05- Win Takashi Ito MAJKF Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan Decision 5 3:00
1996-01-27 Loss Tatsuya Suzuki Shootfighting Carnival Ground Zero Yokohama - Fighting Festival - Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Professional MMA record
2 Fights 1 Lose 1 Draw
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2002-07-07 Draw Ngkau Spain Shoot Boxing World Tournament 2002, Super Fight Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan Draw (0-0) 3 5:00
2001-10-20 Loss Curtis Brigham Rings "World Title Series" Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan Submission (Choke) 1 0:43

Legend: Win Loss Draw/No contest Notes

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