Masao Nakamura started off his pro career aged 18 and currently has a record of 18-2-0. Nakamura now looks to build on the experience gained in his first 20 fights. Between June 2006 and December 2010, Nakamura had his longest winning streak of 12 fights. In his 20 fights, his longest KO streak is 12 fights long.
In a memorable debut Nakamura gained a TKO win against Mongkolchai Saendeegym in a 6 round contest, becoming the 5th person to stop Saendeegym. Maintaining a successful start proved easy for Nakamura with a further 10 wins, beating boxers such as Moses Seran, Takeshi Kawanami and Dinpun Chuwatana.
Nakamura entered his next fight with 9 wins and took this to 10 with a win against Dinpun Chuwatana on April 18th, 2010. Nakamura's fight against Dinpun Chuwatana came in the 2nd round of a 10 round fight via KO. Nakamura became the first person to stop Chuwatana. Nakamura's wins continued and went from 10 wins to 11 after he then defeated Ryota Kajiki.
The first defeat of Nakamura's career came against Ronald Pontillas on May 7th, 2011. This took his career record to 12-1-0. Pontillas was a push too far for Nakamura and after a tough fight Pontillas became the first person to beat and stop Nakamura in round 1. Nakamura's win streak of 12 rose to 16 following 4 great wins, becoming the first to stop Budi Risky, 2nd person to stop Raymond Sermona and 2nd person to stop Eakkhunphol Mor krungthepthonburi (Round 5 KO).
Keeping his losses at 1, Nakamura fought on October 14th, 2013 beating Fahsai Sakkreerin via KO. This took his record to 17-1-0 showing quite the successful career to date. The 10 round fight ended in the 1st round via KO crowning Nakamura as only the 3rd to stop Sakkreerin in his career.
Keeping his losses at 1, Nakamura fought on December 31st, 2013 beating Fasanghan Or benjamad via TKO. This took his record to 18-1-0 showing quite the successful career to date. The win happened in the 2nd round of a 8 round fight via TKO.
On July 30th, 2014, Nakamura took on and was defeated by Masayuki Ito meaning his career tally went to 18-2-0 This latest challenge for Nakamura proved to be too much for him, taking a UD loss to the better technical fighter over the 8 rounds and leaving Nakamura wondering which direction his career will head next.