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Teiken Boxing Gym (帝拳ボクシングジム) in Tokyo, a Japan's traditional boxing club whose genesis dates back to 1926, manages professional boxers as a member of the East Japan Boxing Association (東日本ボクシング協会, abbreviated as JPBA-east), a subsidiary body of Japan Pro Boxing Association (日本プロボクシング協会, abbreviated as JPBA). Currently located in Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, its president is the International Boxing Hall of Famer Akihiko Honda (本田 明彦), the representative is Tsuyoshi Hamada (浜田 剛史), and the long-time female manager is Haru Nagano (長野 ハル). In order to distinguish from three related clubs i.e. Osaka Teiken Boxing Gym, Fukuoka Teiken Boxing Gym and Hachinohe Teiken Boxing Gym, it is often referred to as "Teiken (Boxing) Gym in Tokyo" or "Tokyo's Teiken (Boxing) Gym".

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  • Teiken Boxing Gym (帝拳ボクシングジム) in Tokyo, a Japan's traditional boxing club whose genesis dates back to 1926, manages professional boxers as a member of the East Japan Boxing Association (東日本ボクシング協会, abbreviated as JPBA-east), a subsidiary body of Japan Pro Boxing Association (日本プロボクシング協会, abbreviated as JPBA). Currently located in Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, its president is the International Boxing Hall of Famer Akihiko Honda (本田 明彦), the representative is Tsuyoshi Hamada (浜田 剛史), and the long-time female manager is Haru Nagano (長野 ハル). In order to distinguish from three related clubs i.e. Osaka Teiken Boxing Gym, Fukuoka Teiken Boxing Gym and Hachinohe Teiken Boxing Gym, it is often referred to as "Teiken (Boxing) Gym in Tokyo" or "Tokyo's Teiken (Boxing) Gym".
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  • Teiken Boxing Gym (帝拳ボクシングジム) in Tokyo, a Japan's traditional boxing club whose genesis dates back to 1926, manages professional boxers as a member of the East Japan Boxing Association (東日本ボクシング協会, abbreviated as JPBA-east), a subsidiary body of Japan Pro Boxing Association (日本プロボクシング協会, abbreviated as JPBA). Currently located in Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, its president is the International Boxing Hall of Famer Akihiko Honda (本田 明彦), the representative is Tsuyoshi Hamada (浜田 剛史), and the long-time female manager is Haru Nagano (長野 ハル). In order to distinguish from three related clubs i.e. Osaka Teiken Boxing Gym, Fukuoka Teiken Boxing Gym and Hachinohe Teiken Boxing Gym, it is often referred to as "Teiken (Boxing) Gym in Tokyo" or "Tokyo's Teiken (Boxing) Gym". Teiken Promotions Inc. in Sakae-chō, Kita, Tokyo, also headed by the boxing promoter Akihiko Honda, is the managerial and promotional company for the Teiken Boxing Gyms and other worldwide professional boxers, as well as supervising the boxers' training. While Teiken Promotions has so far directed world champions such as Jirō Watanabe who belonged to Osaka Teiken Boxing Gym, Genaro Hernández, David Griman, José Luis Bueno, Eloy Rojas, César Bazán, Alexander Munoz, Edwin Valero, Román González et al., Teiken Boxing Gym has brought up similarly the world champions Masao Ōba, Tsuyoshi Hamada, Jorge Linares, Toshiaki Nishioka, Takahiro Aō, Akifumi Shimoda, Shinsuke Yamanaka, Toshiyuki Igarashi, Takashi Miura et al. Besides, Teiken Promotions has provided boxing television programs on Nippon Television (under the auspices of the Hochi Shimbun), Nittele G+ and WOWOW. This article primarily focuses on Teiken Boxing Gym in Tokyo, while featuring the major activities of Teiken Promotions.
  • Teiken Boxing Gym (帝拳ボクシングジム) in Tokyo, a Japan's traditional boxing club whose genesis dates back to 1926, manages professional boxers as a member of the East Japan Boxing Association (東日本ボクシング協会, abbreviated as JPBA-east), a subsidiary body of Japan Pro Boxing Association (日本プロボクシング協会, abbreviated as JPBA). Currently located in Kagurazaka, Shinjuku, its president is the International Boxing Hall of Famer Akihiko Honda (本田 明彦), the representative is Tsuyoshi Hamada (浜田 剛史), and the long-time female manager is Haru Nagano (長野 ハル). In order to distinguish from three related clubs i.e. Osaka Teiken Boxing Gym, Fukuoka Teiken Boxing Gym and Hachinohe Teiken Boxing Gym, it is often referred to as "Teiken (Boxing) Gym in Tokyo" or "Tokyo's Teiken (Boxing) Gym". Teiken Promotions Inc. in Sakae-chō, Kita, Tokyo, also headed by the boxing promoter Akihiko Honda, is the managerial and promotional company for the Teiken Boxing Gyms and other worldwide professional boxers, as well as supervising the boxers' training. While Teiken Promotions has so far directed world champions such as Jirō Watanabe who belonged to Osaka Teiken Boxing Gym, Genaro Hernández, David Griman, José Luis Bueno, Eloy Rojas, César Bazán, Alexander Muñoz, Edwin Valero, Román González et al., Teiken Boxing Gym has brought up similarly the world champions Masao Ōba, Tsuyoshi Hamada, Jorge Linares, Toshiaki Nishioka, Takahiro Aō, Akifumi Shimoda, Shinsuke Yamanaka, Toshiyuki Igarashi, Takashi Miura et al. Besides, Teiken Promotions has provided boxing television programs on Nippon Television (under the auspices of the Hochi Shimbun), Nittele G+ and WOWOW. This article primarily focuses on Teiken Boxing Gym in Tokyo, while featuring the major activities of Teiken Promotions.
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