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Shojin Miki vs. Freddy Arteaga

April 16

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Shojin Miki will be headlining Front Street Fights 23 in Boise, Idaho, for a Flyweight Championship bout.

Shojin Miki just came off a huge submission win at the B2 fighting series; Miki is ready to go on April 16.

Fighting for a Flyweight Championship at Street Fights 23 in Boise, Idaho, Miki is prepared to face the biggest challenge of his career.

Miki will be facing hometown boy Freddy Arteaga for 5 round championship bout.


Miki is a professional flyweight fighter from Honolulu, Hawaii. With vast experience in mixed martial arts, Miki carries a professional record of 9 wins and eight losses.

He has been fighting actively, accepting a few fights on a day’s notice, and still putting on a show.

Shojin’s poison is his will to win, always finding a way to defeat his opponent. 100% finishing rate

  • Submission wins: 7
  • Punches: 2
  • Total of 9 wins

Miki has faced tough fighters from Hawaii who are now in the UFC – Tyson Nam, (now Bellator fighter) Kai Kamaka iii, and (Former UFC Fighter) Martin Day. He fought mainly in Hawaii and also experienced fighting outside the country. In 2019, he fought two times in Japan. One in Tokyo, where he faced Kiyotaka Shimizu, and another in Okinawa, Shojin Miki defeats Ryo Araki via KO/TKO at 1:16 of Round 2 in Okinawa, Japan. Miki has a lot of experience in MMA. As an amateur fighter, Shojin frequents different Fight Promotions in Hawaii. He has an amateur record of 9 wins – 2 losses, and one draw.

Shojin Miki vs. Freddy Arteaga-HYPE VIDEO

Shojin Miki vs Freddy Arteaga


Freddy Arteaga is 37 years old from Idaho.

Freddy “LIL MAN” Arteaga stands 5’4 hence the nickname Lil Man. don’t get fooled by the height because Freddy Arteaga has some serious knockout power.


Freddy Arteaga knocks out his opponents mainly in the first rounds.


Freddy Arteaga has been a veteran of MMA since 2010. Racking up a Professional fight record of 7 wins and seven losses, Arteaga is having a string of bad luck. 

With three losses in a row, this might be the break for Freddy Arteaga.  


Shojin Miki wins via Submission, or Freddy Arteaga catches him with a slick power punch. Anything can happen, so STAY TUNED AND SUPPORT MMA


The Flyweight Title Belt is on the line as Boise’s own Freddy “Lil Man” Arteaga meets Shojin “Mini Margarito” Miki in the Main Event at Front Street Fights 23: Arteaga vs. Miki, presented by Project Filter, on Saturday, Apr. 16­ at 7:00 p.m. from Idaho Central Arena.

TICKETS: Floor – $50.00 // Lower Bowl – $35.00 // Upper Bowl – $25.00

For GROUP TICKETS, contact Ben Cottier at 208-472-2115 or by email at bcottier@idahosteelheads.com.

To reserve a SUITE, please contact Nathan Jordan at (208) 472-1022 for information and availability.

All previously purchased tickets for Front Street Fights 23 on February 18 will be honored for the new date, and those fans can keep their original tickets for the new date with no exchange necessary.


Arteaga (7-7-0) returns to the octagon after his last fight on Dec. 6, 2019 against Manny Alfaroand heads into his third Front Street Fights event. His last appearance at Idaho Central Arena came at Front Street Fights 7 in November 2015 with his first during the same year against Weston Barnes. Five of the seven wins for the fighter out of Idaho were recorded at KOs or TKOs with one of those called via verbal tap. This will be Arteaga’s first Front Street Fights Main Event and first title fight.

Miki (9-8-0) makes his Front Street Fights and Pacific Northwest debut after most of his previous bouts taking place in Florida and Japan, most recently earning a victory on March 12 by submission in a main event. The Hawai’i fighter appeared at Bellator 213 in Honolulu as a bantamweight but has spent most of his career as a flyweight. Miki has won his last two appearances as well as seven of his nine wins by submission. He’s ranked fourth among pro flyweight fighters in both Florida and the U.S. Southeast and eighth in the United States.


Idaho Central Arena
233 S Capitol Blvd, Boise, ID 83702, United States
Boise, ID 83702 United States
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