Nihito Arakawa's debut fight took place on February 2004 when he was 22 years of age. His career has spanned 10 years to date and whilst he's now in the later stages of his career, he has amassed a record of 25-5-1 over the course of his 31 fight career. Arakawa's longest win streak is 10 fights between February 2004 and April 2006. His longest KO streak in his 31 fights is 3 fights long.
Arakawa proved he was made for the pro ranks in his debut against Makoto Yamashita, becoming the first person in Yamashita's 0 fights to stop him. The fight ended in round 1 of 4. Continuing on from his debut, Arakawa had an impressive start to his career as he went on to fight 16 fights including 3 times in 2004, 6 times in 2005 and 7 times between 2006 and 2009 against fighters such as Shinya Yoroizuka, Yoshitaka Kato and Daiki Koide.
Arakawa then went on to fight and beat Takuma Maeda on October 30th, 2004 maintaining his unbeaten record. Continuing his career, Arakawa fought Takuma Maeda in 2004 over 4 rounds. Arakawa was the 2nd person to go the distance with Takuma Maeda. Fights against Yoshitaka Kato, Daiki Koide, Hiroyuki Nagasaki and 4 others followed where he won all 7 fights taking his winning streak to 10 wins.
Arakawa went into his next fight against Yoshitaka Kato on September 16th, 2006 with a career record of 10 wins. Arakawa's first defeat came over the full distance against Yoshitaka Kato on September 16th, 2006. The fight went to the judges in a MD loss for Arakawa.
Arakawa went into his next career fight with a record of 10-1-0 and took this to 11 wins with a win against Tomoya Endo on April 21st, 2007. Arakawa was the first person to stop Tomoya Endo and he did it in the 8th round via TKO. Arakawa then went on to win a further 12 fights taking his record to 22 wins, 1 losses and 1 draw.
Pushing his career further, Arakawa fought Takehiro Shimada on August 13th, 2012 adding to his winning record. The win against Shimada came in the 8th round of a 12 round fight via TKO. Arakawa was the 2nd person to stop Shimada. Fights against boxers including Pakphum Tor pornchai followed where he won 4 fights taking his record to a very mixed 24-4-1, not the most successful career to date.
Arakawa kept his losses at 4 by beating Akihiro Kondo on July 23rd, 2014. Kondo was a great challenge for Arakawa, losing over the full 10 round distance and crowning Arakawa as the 4th person to have defeated Kondo.
The next defeat of Arakawa's career came against Yoshitaka Kato on December 6th, 2014. This took his career record to 25-5-1. Fighting over a competitive 10 round bout, Arakawa was outclassed in his most recent outing taking a UD loss over the distance at the hands of Kato.