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Hiromi Amada

Updated: 2008-11-03
Hiromi Amada


Country Japan Age 44
Club Koshi Trust Height 185 cm / 6.1"
Style Boxing Weight 105 kg / 231 lbs
Categories WGP

All Japan Amateur Boxing Champion '96 The National Athlete Meet at Fukushima Amateur Boxing Champion '96 K-1 Japan GP 1999 3rd Place K-1 Japan GP 2000 Finalist K-1 Japan GP 2003 3rd Place K-1 Japan GP 2004 Champion

Results Total Win KOs Loss Draw
K1 Fights 37 21 9 15 1
Other Fights 102 86 0 16 0
Statistics 139 77% 6% 22% 1


Hiromi Amada, (born May 10, 1973) is a Japanese kickboxer, born in Gunma, Japan. He made his K-1 debut in 1999 with a unanimous decision win over John Wyatt. On his first K-1 tournament at K-1 Spirits 1999 he made it to the final where he first time met his career long rival, Musashi and suffered his first loss.

Hiromi Amada has faced some of the biggest names in K-1: Andy Hug, Mike Bernardo, Mirko Filipovic, Jerome Le Banner, Michael McDonald and Mark Hunt.

He's a tough fighter with an impressive (86 Wins - 16 Losses) Amateur Boxing record. Highlight of his career so far has been K-1 Beast 2004 in Shizuoka tournament Champion.

Amanda Hiromi has two sons.

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Daniel, Sweden reporter (2501 posts)
Posted: 2008-07-09 at: 09:18
Seems like a cool guy, but he never had a real chance against the best fighters.
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