WBO Junior Bantamweight Champion Kazuto Ioka (26-2, 15 KO), 115, he sent undefeated Kosei Tanaka (15-1, 9 KO), 115 in the long-awaited encounter of Japanese compatriots He kept his belt very impressively when the deck was on the 5th and 6th with a timely left hook twice and finally in Tokyo, Japan at 1:35 on Thursday’s 8th round. I stopped. It was a beautiful demonstration of Ioka’s skill of avoiding Tanaka’s opening attack and counter-punching accurately with a picture-perfect left hook. The reference was Michiaki Someya of Japan, who stopped in a timely manner to save the tattered and bloody loser from further punishment.
Former WBC flyweight ruler Daigo Higa (17-1-1, 17 KO), 118, Defense Titleist, compatriot Yuki Strong Kobayashi (16-9, 9 KO), 117.5, 0:45 by flattening WBO Of the 12 scheduled 5th sessions that robbed the Asia Pacific bantamweight belt. Higa swept all rounds before the trick happened with his vicious uppercut facing his face.
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Ioka stops Tanaka and maintains WBO 115lb belt »December 31, 2020
https://fightnews.com/ioka-stops-tanaka-keeps-wbo-115lb-belt/97145 Ioka stops Tanaka and maintains WBO 115lb belt »December 31, 2020