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JAPAN/
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September 01, 2007
World Boxing Association (WBA) minimumweight champion Yutaka Niida (L) of Japan celebrates with Japan-based...
Tokyo, Japan
Niida of Japan celebrates with Japan-based boxer Junlaphan of Thailand after defeating challenger Gejon...
World Boxing Association (WBA) minimumweight champion Yutaka Niida (L) of Japan celebrates with Japan-based boxer Den Junlaphan of Thailand after defeating challenger Eriberto Gejon of the Philippines at the WBA minimumweight title bout in Tokyo September 1, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1QFSA
June 04, 2007
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimum weight champion Junlaphan, known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand fights against challenger Yaegashi...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand fights against challenger Akira Yaegashi of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo June 4, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1QFRN
June 04, 2007
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimum weight champion Junlaphan, known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch on challenger...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch on challenger Akira Yaegashi of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo June 4, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1QFQD
June 04, 2007
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (C), popularly known as...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimum weight champion Junlaphan, known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand poses with his sons after defeating...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (C), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand poses with his sons Ryuto (bottom R) and Ryuki after defeating challenger Akira Yaegashi of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo June 4, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1QFQ3
June 04, 2007
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimum weight champion Junlaphan of Thailand lands a punch on challenger Yaegashi of Japan during...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch on challenger Akira Yaegashi of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo June 4, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1QFOY
June 04, 2007
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan, popularly known as Eagle...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimum weight champion Junlaphan carries his sons Ryuto and Ryuki after finishing his 12-round title...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan, popularly known as Eagle Kyowa of Thailand, carries his sons Ryuto (R) and Ryuki after finishing his 12-round title bout against challenger Akira Yaegashi of Japan in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, June 4, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1QFOC
June 04, 2007
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (bottom), popularly known...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimum weight champion Junlaphan lands a punch on challenger Yaegashi of Japan during their title...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (bottom), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa of Thailand, lands a punch on challenger Akira Yaegashi of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, June 4, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1QFO8
June 04, 2007
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimum weight champion Junlaphan ands a punch on challenger Yaegashi of Japan during their title...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimum weight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa of Thailand, lands a punch on challenger Akira Yaegashi of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, June 4, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
SPORT BOXING
RTR1D4IB
May 06, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) Minimumweight Champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle...
Tokyo, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand lands punch on challenger Mayol of Philippines during...
World Boxing Council (WBC) Minimumweight Champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch to challenger Rodel Mayol of the Philippines during their 12-round title bout in Tokyo May 6, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Mayol by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR1D4HX
May 06, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) Minimumweight Champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle...
Tokyo, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand lands punch on challenger Mayol of Philippines during...
World Boxing Council (WBC) Minimumweight Champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch to challenger Rodel Mayol of the Philippines during their 12-round title bout in Tokyo May 6, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Mayol by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR1D4HM
May 06, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) Minimumweight Champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle...
Tokyo, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand lands punch on challenger Mayol of Philippines during...
World Boxing Council (WBC) Minimumweight Champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch to challenger Rodel Mayol of the Philippines during their 12-round title bout in Tokyo May 6, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Mayol by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR1D4H8
May 06, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) Minimumweight Champion, Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as...
Tokyo, Japan
WBC champion Junlaphan of Thailand lands punch on challenger Mayol of Philippines during WBC title bout...
World Boxing Council (WBC) Minimumweight Champion, Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch on challenger Rodel Mayol of the Philippines during their 12-round title bout in Tokyo May 6, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Mayol by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR1D4H4
May 06, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion, Japan-based Den Junlaphan (top), popularly known as...
Tokyo, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand lifted by Japanese sumo champion Chiyotaikai after defeating...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion, Japan-based Den Junlaphan (top), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand is lifted by Japanese sumo champion Chiyotaikai as they celebrate after defeating challenger Rodel Mayol of the Philippines during their 12-round title bout in Tokyo May 6, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Mayol by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR17TXR
January 09, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (C), popularly known as Eagle...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand carries his sons after winning bout in Yokohanma in...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (C), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand carries his sons Ryuto (L) and Ryuki after defeating challenger Ken Nakajima of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, January 9, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Nakajima by a technical knockout in the seventh round. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR17TXP
January 09, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand celebrates beside challenger Nakajima of Japan after...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand celebrates beside challenger Ken Nakajima of Japan after finishing their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, January 9, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Nakajima by a technical knockout in the seventh round. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR17TX5
January 09, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand lands punch on Nakajima of Japan during their title...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (R), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch on challenger Ken Nakajima of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, January 9, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Nakajima by a technical knockout in the seventh round. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR17TX2
January 09, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (L), popularly known as Eagle...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand lands punch on Nakajima of Japan during their title...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (L), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch on challenger Ken Nakajima of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, January 9, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Nakajima by a technical knockout in the seventh round. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
SPORT BOXING
RTR17TVM
January 09, 2006
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (L), popularly known as Eagle...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC minimumweight champion Junlaphan of Thailand lands punch on Nakajima of Japan during their title...
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Japan-based Den Junlaphan (L), popularly known as Eagle Kyowa, of Thailand lands a punch on challenger Ken Nakajima of Japan during their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, January 9, 2006. Junlaphan defeated Nakajima by a technical knockout in the seventh round. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN SPORT BOXING
RTRYJYO
August 06, 2005
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan punches Japanese champion Takayama during their bout for World Boxing...
Tokyo, Japan
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan punches Japanese champion Takayama during their bout for World ...
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan punches Japanese champion Takayama during their bout for World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo. Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan (popularly known as Eagle Kyowa) punches Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama (L) during their bout for the World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo August 6, 2005. Junlaphan defeated Takayama by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN SPORT BOXING
RTRYJYK
August 06, 2005
Thailand's Junlaphan punches Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama during their bout for World Boxing...
Tokyo, Japan
Thailand's Junlaphan punches Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama during their bout for World Boxing...
Thailand's Junlaphan punches Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama during their bout for World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo. Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan (popularly known as Eagle Kyowa) punches Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama (L) during their bout for the World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo August 6, 2005. Junlaphan defeated Takayama by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN SPORT BOXING
RTRYJXX
August 06, 2005
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan celebrates after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win...
Tokyo, Japan
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan celebrates after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to ......
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan celebrates after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo. Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan (popularly known as Eagle Kyowa) celebrates after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win the World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo August 6, 2005. Junlaphan defeated Takayama by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN SPORT BOXING
RTRYJXL
August 06, 2005
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan raises trophy after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to...
Tokyo, Japan
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan raises trophy after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama ......
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan raises trophy after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo. Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan (popularly known as Eagle Kyowa) raises his trophy after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win the World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo August 6, 2005. Junlaphan defeated Takayama by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN SPORT BOXING
RTRYJXG
August 06, 2005
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan and Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama fight for World Boxing Council...
Tokyo, Japan
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan and Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama fight for World Boxing ...
Thailand's Japan-based Junlaphan and Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama fight for World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo. Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan (popularly known as Eagle Kyowa) and Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama (front) fight for the World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo August 6, 2005. Junlaphan defeated Takayama by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN SPORT BOXING
RTRYJWL
August 06, 2005
Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan celebrates with sons after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari...
Tokyo, Japan
Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan celebrates with sons after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari...
Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan celebrates with sons after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo. Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan (popularly known as Eagle Kyowa) celebrates with his sons Ryuki (R) and Ryuto after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win the World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo August 6, 2005. Junlaphan defeated Takayama by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN SPORT BOXING
RTRYJWF
August 06, 2005
Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan celebrates after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama...
Tokyo, Japan
Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan celebrates after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama...
Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan celebrates after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo. Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan (popularly known as Eagle Kyowa) celebrates after defeating Japanese champion Katsunari Takayama to win the World Boxing Council strawweight title in Tokyo August 6, 2005. Junlaphan defeated Takayama by an unanimous decision. Takayama is seen behind Junlaphan. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN
RTR159JK
June 28, 2004
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan Eagle Kyowa (R)...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC MINIMUMWEIGHT CHAMPION EAGLE KYOWA LANDS A PUNCH ON KOGUMAZAKA IN YOKOHAMA, JAPAN.
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight champion Thailand's Japan-based Den Junlaphan Eagle Kyowa (R) lands a punch on Japanese challenger Satoshi Kogumazaka during the third-round of their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo June 28, 2004. Eagle Kyowa defeated Kogumazaka by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
JAPAN
RTRSVYG
June 28, 2004
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based champion Den Junlaphan (R) Eagle Kyowa...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC MINIMUMWEIGHT CHAMPION EAGLE KYOWA AND KOGUMAZAKA EXCHANGE BLOWS IN YOKOHAMA, JAPAN.
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based champion Den Junlaphan (R) Eagle Kyowa and Japanese challenger Satoshi Kogumazaka exchange blows during the fifth-round of their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo June 28, 2004. Eagle Kyowa defeated Kogumazaka by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
JAPAN
RTRSVXR
June 28, 2004
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based champion Den Junlaphan Eagle Kyowa celebrates...
Yokohama, Japan
WBC MINIMUMWEIGHT CHAMPION EAGLE KYOWA CELEBRATES AFTER DEFEATING JAPANESE KOGUMAZAKA IN YOKOHAMA, JAPAN....
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based champion Den Junlaphan Eagle Kyowa celebrates as he holds his son Ryuki after defeating Japanese challenger Satoshi Kogumazaka in their 12-round title bout in Yokohama, south of Tokyo June 28, 2004. Eagle Kyowa defeated Kogumazaka by an unanimous decision. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW
SPORT JAPAN
RTRR5DN
January 10, 2004
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based challenger Den Junlaphan aka Eagle Akakura...
Tokyo, Japan
WBC MINIMUMWEIGHT THAI CHALLENGER AKAKURA CELEBRATES AFTER DEFEATING MEXICAN CHAMPION AGUIRRE IN TOKYO....
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based challenger Den Junlaphan aka Eagle Akakura (C) celebrates after defeating Mexican champion Jose Antonio Aguirre in their 12-round title bout at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo January 10, 2004. Eagle Akakura defeated Aguirre by unanimous decision and wrested the WBC title crown from Aguirre. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK
JAPAN
RTRR5DA
January 10, 2004
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based challenger Den Junlaphan aka Eagle Akakura...
Tokyo, Japan
THAILAND'S AKAKURA LANDS A PUNCH ON MEXICAN CHAMPION AGUIRRE IN TOKYO.
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based challenger Den Junlaphan aka Eagle Akakura (R), lands a punch to the face of champion Jose Antonio Aguirre of Mexico on the seventh-round of their 12-round title bout at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo January 10, 2004. Eagle Akakura defeated Aguirre by unanimous decision and wrested the WBC title crown from champion. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/DL
SPORT JAPAN
RTRR5D6
January 10, 2004
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based challenger Den Junlaphan aka Eagle Akakura...
Tokyo, Japan
WBC MINIMUMWEIGHT THAI CHALLENGER AKAKURA CELEBRATES AFTER DEFEATING MEXICAN CHAMPION AGUIRRE IN TOKYO....
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based challenger Den Junlaphan aka Eagle Akakura (C) celebrates after defeating Mexican champion Jose Antonio Aguirre in their 12-round title bout at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo January 10, 2004. Eagle Akakura defeated Aguirre by unanimous decision and wrested the WBC title crown from Aguirre. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK
JAPAN
RTRR5D1
January 10, 2004
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based challenger Den Junlaphan aka Eagle Akakura...
Tokyo, Japan
THAILAND'S AKAKURA LANDS A PUNCH ON MEXICAN CHAMPION AGUIRRE IN TOKYO.
World Boxing Council (WBC) minimumweight Thailand's Japan-based challenger Den Junlaphan aka Eagle Akakura (R), lands a punch to the face of champion Jose Antonio Aguirre of Mexico on the seventh-round of their 12-round title bout at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo January 10, 2004. Eagle Akakura defeated Aguirre by unanimous decision and wrested the WBC title crown from champion. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/DL
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