Although beaten, Hidenori Otake has gained plenty of experience over 27 fights and a 8 year long career so far. He now moves on to see just how far he can go as he approaches the later stage of his career. The longest KO streak that Otake has ever had is 4 throughout his 27 fights and his longest winning streak is 14 wins. This started on December 2005 and came to an end on March 2014.
Setting up his pro career well and building his confidence in the pro ring, Otake became the 3rd person to take Kai Iijima the distance and claimed a UD debut win. Otake continued his pro journey, which was mostly successful at this point, by fighting 14 fights following his debut. Fights against boxers such as Koji Aoki, Koji Aoki and Munemitsu Hitomi followed including once in 2005, 4 times in 2006 and 9 times through 2007, 2008 and 2009.
On June 29th, 2006, Otake was in action again against Takao Nakayama with the spoils being split with a draw taking his successful record to 2-0-1. This was Otake first fight that didn't end in a win. Otake career took a slight downturn in the fight against Takao Nakayama in 2006 which took place over 4 rounds. Otake was the 3rd person to go the distance with Takao Nakayama where Otake added a draw to his career record. Otake continued his success in the next 5 fights taking his record to 6 wins, 0 losses and 2 draws.
Otake lost to Manabu Koguchi in his next fight. Taking place on November 4th, 2007, Otake's career record after this fight stood at 6-1-2. Coming into the fight with high confidence Otake fought his next fight against Manabu Koguchi on November 4th, 2007. Unfortunately, Otake was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 6-1-2.
On March 11th, 2008, Otake went into action again and beat Dosankofighter Hayasaka taking the winning record to 7 wins. Becoming the first person to stop Dosankofighter Hayasaka, Otake beat Hayasaka via RTD in the 4th round of a 6 round fight. Fights against boxers including Manabu Fukushima, Mikihito Seto and Takafumi Nakajima followed where he won 15 fights taking his winning streak to 21 wins.
Takafumi Nakajima was the next fight for Otake on March 24th, 2014 and also his next career win. In 2014 Otake fought his next opponent in Takafumi Nakajima. A challenging 10 round fight that ended in Otake's favour as the judges awarded Otake the UD victory. Otake was the 7th person to defeat Nakajima.
Otake's next defeat of his career came against Scott Quigg on November 22nd, 2014. A blow for Otake confidence, Otake was taken the full distance by Quigg and was handed a UD loss on the judges decision. A tough technical fight that leaves Otake unsure on where his career will head next.