KYOGUCHI, 6-0, 6 KOs, WINS VACANT OPBF 105LB BELT


February 28, 2017

TOKYO, JAPAN

Fast-rising and ferocious youngster, OPBF top ranked Hiroto Kyoguchi (6-0, 6 KOs), 105, very impressively acquired the vacant OPBF 105-pound belt (renounced by Ryuya Yamanaka) when he demolished Filipino veteran, OPBF#2 Armando Dela Cruz (25-15-3, 10 KOs), 105, with his devastating power punching at 2:02 of the third round in a scheduled twelve on Tuesday in Tokyo, Japan. Kyoguchi, with an amateur career at Osaka Commercial Univ., demonstrated his power and quickly dropped the Filipino with a flurry of punches midway in round two, and finally embalmed him flat with wicked body shots in the next session. The audience was stunned at the 5f3h small boyfs amazing power, with which he accomplished a fast coronation since his pro debut last April. He predicted that he would become world champ soon, which may seem possible with his vast talent. Kyoguchi, a muscular prospect nicknamed gLittle Dynamiteh following his senior stablemate and former WBA 130-pound ruler gKnockout Dynamiteh Takashi Uchiyama, will keep on defending his regional belt for a while.

Formerly world challenger, ex-national champ Masayuki Kuroda (26-7-3, 15 KOs), 112, also seized the vacant Japanese flyweight belt by outhustling Yuta Matsuo (12-3-1, 6 KOs), 112, by a unanimous decision (96-94, 97-93, 97-94) over ten hard-fought rounds.

(2-28-2017)


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