Tag: Kenshiro Teraji

Combat Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of May 2nd)

By Tré Berry III & Jon Uddin🖊️🖊️ | 04/28/2021

This week, we speak about Emanuel Navarrete’s budding prospects as his fame continues to grow, Kenshiro Teraji after his latest victory, and Vasiliy Lomachenko’s return to face Masayoshi Nakatani.

We will also talk about Edgar Berlanga’s more realistic plight going forward, as well as this weeks action, with fighters like Andy Ruiz Jr., Katie Taylor, Moruti Mthalane, Joseph Parker and Dmitry Bivol getting back to action. Continue reading “Combat Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of May 2nd)”

Kenshiro Maintains Perfect Record With Sharp Outing, Beating Hisada in Comfortable Points Victory

Late update, Saturday morning, WBC long-reigning Light-Flyweight titlist 🇯🇵Kenshiro “The Amazing Boy” Teraji (18-0-0, 10KO👊) returned to the ring, and defeated well ranked contender 🇯🇵Tetsuya Hisada (34-11-2, 20KO👊) by Unanimous Decision, as the Champ continues to show improvement in his craft, defending his title successfully for the 8th time. Continue reading “Kenshiro Maintains Perfect Record With Sharp Outing, Beating Hisada in Comfortable Points Victory”

The Amazing Boy to Take On Tetsuya Hisada in Osaka, in Light-Flyweight World Title Bout 🗾

In terms of alphabet title trinkets, 🇯🇵Kenshiro “The Amazing Boy” Teraji (17-0-0, 10KO👊) is one of the longest reigning title holders in the sport today, with 7 defenses under his belt since winning the WBC green strap in 2017. The elite unbeaten 29 year old world titlist will go up against improved #1 WBC contender 🇯🇵Tetsuya Hisada (34-10-2, 20KO👊), who is looking to capitalize on his second crack at a world title.  Continue reading “The Amazing Boy to Take On Tetsuya Hisada in Osaka, in Light-Flyweight World Title Bout 🗾”

Kenshiro Puts Petalcorin Down 4 Times, With a Count Out to Defend his WBC Light-Flyweight Title

By Tré Berry III🖊️

Elite WBC Light-Flyweight Titlist 🇯🇵Kenshiro Teraji (17-0-0, 10KO👊) remains undefeated & gets his knockout total into the double digits as he overwhelmed Filipino challenger 🇵🇭Randy Petalcorin (31-4-1, 23KO👊) to open up the televised portion of the Yokohama fight card earlier today. Continue reading “Kenshiro Puts Petalcorin Down 4 Times, With a Count Out to Defend his WBC Light-Flyweight Title”