Tag: Kazuto Ioka

Ioka Scores the Biggest Victory of His Career, Knocking Tanaka Out in the 8th Round to Retain WBO Super-Flyweight Title in P4P Statement

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 12/31/2020

Onlookers from the 🏟️OTA-City General Gymnasium in Tokyo, 🗾Japan was witness to a master performance authored up by Japanese boxing legend 🇯🇵Kazuto Ioka (26-2-0, 15KO👊), who retained his WBO Super-Flyweight Title after breaking down former unbeaten foe 🇯🇵Kosei Tanaka (15-1-0, 9KO👊), putting him down twice, and knocking him out on his feet midway through the 8th round to secure the crowning victory of his Hall-of-Fame bound career. Continue reading “Ioka Scores the Biggest Victory of His Career, Knocking Tanaka Out in the 8th Round to Retain WBO Super-Flyweight Title in P4P Statement”

Japan, the Land of the Rising Sun to Host the Years Final Super-Fight (Kazuto Ioka vs. Kosei Tanaka)

Written by Tré Berry III🖊️ | 12/25/2020

Whatever you’re thinking, do not ✏️pencil in your 2020 yearly boxing awards just yet – boxing has one more “super-fight” scheduled on the last day of the year, and it will take place at the 🏟️Ota-City General Gymnasium in 🗾Tokyo, Japan.

Japan’s only ever 4-division World Titlist and reigning WBO Super-Flyweight belt holder 🇯🇵Kazuto Ioka (25-2-0, 14KO👊) will be up to take on the most talented fighter of his career, that being incredibly skilled 3-division Titlist 🇯🇵Kosei Tanaka (15-0-0, 9KO👊), who is moving up for what is also his biggest test as a professional, looking to cement himself into the record books in a multitude of ways. Continue reading “Japan, the Land of the Rising Sun to Host the Years Final Super-Fight (Kazuto Ioka vs. Kosei Tanaka)”

Kosei Tanaka Vacates his WBO Title to Become Mandatory for Kazuto Ioka at Super-Flyweight 📰

By Tré Berry III🖊️

Upon undefeated P4P star 🇯🇵Kosei Tanaka (15-0-0, 9KO👊) being elevated to “Super Status” a few weeks back when it comes to privileges associated with the WBO, Tanaka decided to set his path towards inching closer to the mega fight that he wants.  Kosei Tanaka has decided to vacate his WBO Flyweight Title, and with the super status attached to his name, now becomes an immediate mandatory option for fellow great Japanese countrymen 🇯🇵Kazuto Ioka (25-2-0, 14KO👊) in the Super-Flyweight division. Continue reading “Kosei Tanaka Vacates his WBO Title to Become Mandatory for Kazuto Ioka at Super-Flyweight 📰”

Ioka & Cintron Thrill the Tokyo Crowd Through 12 Rounds of Action, Ioka Retains his WBO World Title

By Tré Berry III🖊️

The fight exceeded expectation in terms of action, as both boxers brought their A-game and delivered an entertaining fight as the last main event of the calendar year, as well as the decade. WBO Super-Flyweight Titlist 🇯🇵Kazuto Ioka (25-2-0, 14KO👊) came in with his Title, and left with it in tact as he outworked, and outpointed a hungry unbeaten #1 🇵🇷Jeyvier “El Perrito” Cintron (11-1-0, 5KO👊) throughout 12 to win a Unanimous Decision victory for his first defense of his presently held Title. Continue reading “Ioka & Cintron Thrill the Tokyo Crowd Through 12 Rounds of Action, Ioka Retains his WBO World Title”

WBO Super-Flyweight Champion Kazuto Ioka and Jeyvier Cintron to Cap off the Decade

By Tré Berry III🖊️

With Japan routinely taking over the spotlight towards the end of the calendar year, there’s no better way than to officially cap off the 2010-2019 decade than to have 2 of the 3 best fighters from Japan both co-headlining bouts on December 31st. The focus on this one will be 4-division Champion and current WBO Super-Flyweight Titlist 🇯🇵Kazuto Ioka (24-2-0, 14KO👊). He will be facing off against undefeated WBO mandatory #1 🇵🇷Jeyvier “El Perrito” Cintron (11-0-0, 5KO👊) of Puerto Rico. This strong card will take place at the 🏟️OTA-City General Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading “WBO Super-Flyweight Champion Kazuto Ioka and Jeyvier Cintron to Cap off the Decade”