Japan’s Hiroto Kyoguchi will certainly place his WBA light flyweight extremely champion on the line on Nov. 3 in the very first males’s world title battle to be held in the nation because the begin of the unique coronavirus pandemic, his fitness center claimed Tuesday.
Kyoguchi will certainly make his 3rd title protection versus 11th-ranked opposition Thanongsak Simsri. Kyoguchi had actually been set up to make a title protection in May yet that spell had actually been terminated due to the pandemic.
WBA light flyweight extremely champ Hiroto Kyoguchi positions with his champion belt after going to an interview in Osaka on Sept. 8, 2020. Kyoguchi is established to face 11th-ranked Thanongsak Simsri of Thailand in the western Japan city on Nov. 3 in his 3rd title protection. (Kyodo)
“I’m happy we are going to be able to have a fight,” Kyoguchi claimed. “I want a bout that will illustrate the skill gap between us.”
It is unidentified when Thanongsak will certainly get here in Japan. A replacement challenger will apparently be offered need to the Thai boxer be not able to go into the nation in time.
The place, Intex Osaka, is anticipating to confess 2,000 followers, fifty percent of the sector’s ability, with seating surprised so viewers will certainly not be seated following to each various other or quickly in front of or behind each various other.
Both the 26-year-old Kyoguchi and also the 20-year-old Thanongsak are presently 14-0 as experts. Kyoguchi has 9 success by ko and also Thanongsak 12.
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