Ryo Akaho is a professional boxer from Japan. He has held the Japan Boxing Commission Bantamweight title as well as the WBO International Bantamweight title.

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Ryo Akaho (赤穂亮) was born on July 2, 1986, in Mooka, Tochigi, Japan. He currently lives in and fights out of Yokohama, Kanagawa in Japan. He stands 168 cm tall and his reach was last listed at 170 cm. In his last weigh-in, he was 55 kg and he fought in the super bantamweight division.

Height / weight 1.68 m / 55 kg
Born 2 Jul 1986
Nationality Japan Japan


He turned pro in February 2005 with a win against Hishafumi Ashikawa. He went undefeated for 7 fights before he was in a draw match with Hiroaki Kusnoki. In December 2019, he had a chance to win the Japan Boxing Council Commission Super Flyweight title but the match ended in a draw against Daigo Nakahiro.

In May 2011, he won the Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation Super Flyweight division, when he defeated Fred Mundraby. He successfully defended this title twice. His first professional loss came in December 2012. He was defeated by Yato Sato who managed to keep the WBC World Super Flyweight title.

In March 2015, he won the WBO International Bantamweight title after he defeated Prosper Ankrah. In March 2017, he picked up the Japan Boxing Commission Bantamweight title. He successfully defended this in August of the same year.

His most recent fight was a loss to John Riel Casimero in December 2022. The match was held in Incheon, Korea.

Career Record

Total Fights – 44

  • Win – 39

  • Loss – 3

  • Draw – 2

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