Keitaro Hoshino

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Keitaro Hoshino (born 1969-08-14 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan) is a flyweight boxer.

Professional career[edit]

Hoshino turned pro in 1988 and captured the WBA minimumweight title with a decision win over Joma Gamboa in 2000. He defended the belt once before losing it by split decision to Chana Porpaoin in 2001. He recaptured the vacant WBA minimumweight title with a decision win over Gamboa in 2002, but lost the belt in his first defense to Noel Arambulet.

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Achievements
Preceded by
Joma Gamboa
WBA Minimumweight Champion
2000 Dec 6 – 2001 Apr 16
Succeeded by
Chana Porpaoin
Preceded by
Yutaka Niida
Retired
WBA Minimumweight Champion
2002 Jan 29 – 2002 Jul 29
Succeeded by
Noel Arambulet