Japanese Standout & Fellow Countrymen Meet for the Junior-Flyweight World Championship

Thee RING-MAG/WBA Junior-Flyweight Champion of the World ♛🇯🇵Hiroto Kyoguchi (13-0-0, 9KO) returns to the ring on Tuesday, October 1st. He will look to make a second defense of his Ring-Lineal Title, and that challenge will come against fellow countrymen & #1 WBA world contender 🇯🇵Tetsuya Hisada (34-9-2, 20KO) for what will be his first crack at World Title contention.

Kyoguchi is one of the top-5 standouts of a great collection of current talent in what Japan could consider for them a Golden-Era for their country, as they have dominated many of the lower weight classes within the last half a decade, and has dominated the lower weight divisions within the last half a decade. Kyoguchi packs serious power for someone of his stature, and has world class skill across the board. In what is a crowded Junior-Flyweight division that is top-heavy with talent, he is looking to further separate himself from the rest of the pack by continuing to deliver to viewers top-notch performances against quality opposition.

Hisada is a veteran in this sport, and at the age of 34, is no spring chicken, as he fought tooth and nail for his positioning in Japan in the ranks, to where he became a lengthy holder of Japan’s Light-Flyweight regional title. He is a winner of his last 13 fights, which helped bolster his position towards becoming a top contender. Here is an opportunity for the veteran to make some noise, as this is a massive step up from the quality of opposition that he had been facing. This bout will take place at the 🏟️EDION Arena in Osaka, Japan. We will keep you posted on this fight as it happens.

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