Nadaka Yoshinari is a fighter that needs no introduction in the muaythai world and dominates both the Japanese and Thai elite circuits, representing Japan at the highest level. At the age of only 19 Nadaka has made a name for himself as a WMC world champion, Rajadamnuen and Lumpinee champion.
Representing the EIWA sports gym in Tokyo, Nadaka began competing in amateur bouts when he was only 9 years old and has racked up an impressive 80 wins with only 13 losses across 5 years.
On the professional side Nadaka has had 33 professional fights with 27 wins, 1 draw and only 5 losses and mainly competes in Thailand on the stadium circuit.
Nadaka is a former WMC world champion, winning the pinweight title against Yaksaed Siriluck Muaythai from Thailand by KO in 2017 and is also one of the first Japanese athletes to become a champion in both the prestigious Lumphinee and Rajadamnern stadiums.
Nadaka’s next fight will be against Takuto Wor Wanchai on the 28th June on BOM Battle of Muaythai in Tokyo.