Maezono Makoto (前園 真, lit. Maezono Makoto), is a Featherweight Southpaw boxer in the JBC.

Maezono Makoto
Japanese Name 前園
Gender Male
Homeland Japan Tokyo, Japan
Boxer Info
Weight Class Featherweight
Style Southpaw
Current Affiliation Kaugai Boxing Gym
Trainer Kaugai Boxing Coach
Boxing Record
Rank 6th (JBC)
Total fights 13
Wins 11
Wins by KO 6
Losses 2
Draws 0
Manga Debut Round 596 (mentioned)
Manga Final Round 911 (briefly seen)
Anime Debut Does not appear


Maezono comes with Itagaki's generation of boxers. He started his career as a promising prospect and stood out more than everyone during the West Japan Rookie King Tournament. He made it all the way to the finals, where everyone was excpecting him to win. However he completely lost by 1st Round K.O. to Hoshi Hiroyuki, kouhai of Sendou Takeshi.


Maezono's victory against Fukui

Maezono took part in the Featherweight Class A Tournament where he was matched up against Fukui in the 1st Round of the tournament. The bout came down to a close decision and Maezono emerged as the winner. After winning that match he faced Saeki Takuma, the Speed Star that gained a free pass in the first round due to his high ranking in the JBC Featherweight. He was KO'ed in the 5th Round and with this his way to the tournament was put to an end.

Match HistoryEdit

Result Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
LOSS 11-2-0 Saeki Takuma KO 5(8) 1997 Tokyo, Japan Class A Tournament Semi-Finals
WIN 11-1-0 Fukui Decision 6(6) 1997 Tokyo, Japan Class A Tournament Round 1
WIN N/A Unknown TKO 5(6) 1996 Tokyo, Japan Won 6th Places JBC Featherweight
WIN 5-1-0 Unknown KO 4(6) 1996 Osaka, Japan West Japan Rookie King Tournament Champion 
LOSS 4-1-0 Hoshi Hiroyuki KO 1(6) 1995 Osaka, Japan West Japan Rookie King Tournament Finals
WIN 4-0-0 Unknown KO 3(4) 1995 Tokyo, Japan West Japan Rookie Tournament Semi-Finals
WIN 3-0-0 Unknown TKO 1(4) 1995 Tokyo, Japan West Japan Rookie Tournament Quarter-Finals
WIN 2-0-0 Unknown Decision 4(4), 3:00 1994 Tokyo, Japan West Japan Rookie Tournament Round 1
WIN 1-0-0 Tayler Grayson Decision 4(4), 3:00 1994 Tokyo, Japan Pro Debut

Boxing Style & TechniquesEdit

Maezono, being left handed assumes a Southpaw stance giving him a strategical advantage over most boxers. Since he's never seen boxing (onscreen) it's impossible to determinate if his an In Fighter or an Out boxer.

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