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Hiromi Amada

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Native name  天田ヒロミ
Team  TENKA 510
Weight  105 kg
Nationality  Japanese
Years active  1999–present
Draws  3
Division  Super Heavyweight
Name  Hiromi Amada
Number of contests  1
Style  Boxing, Kickboxing
Height  1.85 m

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Born  May 10, 1973 (age 42) Gunma, Japan (1973-05-10)
Similar People  Tsuyoshi Nakasako, Mike Bernardo, Yusuke Fujimoto, Jerome Le Banner, Nobu Hayashi

Hiromi Amada (Japanese: 天田 ヒロミ; born May 10, 1973) is a retired Japanese super heavyweight kickboxer and boxer from Gunma, Japan.

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Biography and career

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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, for the 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 like Andy Hug, Mike Bernardo, Mirko Cro Cop, Jerome Le Banner, Michael McDonald and Mark Hunt. Highlights of his career so far have been the K-1 Beast 2004 in Shizuoka tournament Championship and the Heat Kickboxing Heavyweight tournament Championship.

He faced Makoto Uehara at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2012 in Tokyo Final 16 on October 14, 2012 and lost via unanimous decision.

He knocked out Tomohiko Hashimoto eighteen seconds into the first round at Big Bang 11 on December 2, 2012.

Amada defeated Tsutomu Takahagi by way of unanimous decision at Big Bang 12 in Tokyo on February 24, 2013.

He defeated Mr. Kamikaze by majority decision at Legend 4 in Kumamoto, Japan on November 17, 2013.

Titles

  • Kickboxing
  • 2010 Heat Heavyweight Kickboxing champion
  • 2009 Heat Heavyweight Kickboxing tournament champion
  • 2004 K-1 World GP Japan tournament champion
  • Amateur boxing
  • 1996 All Japan Amateur Boxing Championship winner
  • 1996 The National Athletic Meet at Fukushima Amateur Boxing Championship winner
  • References

    Hiromi Amada Wikipedia


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