Ring Junior Flyweight Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi signs in matchroom boxing – Boxing Sports

Ring and WBA Junior Flyweight Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi showed a broad repertoire of punches against Tanawat Nakuon …

Ring Magazine Junior Flyweight Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi has signed a multi-fight promotion contract with matchroom boxing and was announced Wednesday morning.

“We are delighted to welcome Hiroto Kyoguchi, the world champion of the two divisions and the king of The Ring Magazine, to the matchroom boxing team,” said promoter Eddie Hearn. “As we continue to expand globally, we welcome the first Japanese world champion, Matchroom, and look forward to the first show in 2021. We look forward to a long and successful relationship between him and his manager, Ederanoso. I am doing it. “

Reynoso, who is also training the newly crowned Ring Magazine super middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez, runs no boxing and no life management.

“We are honored to work with Eddie Hearn and the world’s best promoters in matchroom boxing,” said undefeated junior lightweight candidate Oscar Valdes, WBC junior featherweight title holder Luis Nery, undefeated lightweight Ryan Garcia, and heavyweight prospect Frank. Reynoso, who also trains, says Sanchez. “I also thank Hiroto Kyoguchi for giving me the confidence to represent him. I look forward to a big future together.”

Kyoguchi (14-0, 9 knockouts), who lives in Tokyo, Japan, fought last on October 1st last year, unanimously defeating Tetsuya Hisada and succeeded in defending the titles of The Ring Magazine and WBA. Kyoguchi won the Ring Magazine and WBA titles in December 2018, stopping South Africa’s Hekkie Budler in Round 10.

The 27-year-old also won the world title belt for £ 105. Kyoguchi won the IBF title in July 2017, beating Mexico’s Jose Argumed. He makes two successful defenses of the IBF title against Carlos Buitrago and Vins Pallas, respectively, before deciding to move to £ 108.

Kyoguchi made his professional debut in April 2016 at the age of 22.

It has not yet been decided when Kyoguchi will return to the ring, but he is confident that he will continue his current successful run.

“I am confident that I will do my best and honor myself as the proud Japanese World Champion in this sport,” Kyoguchi said. “I’m ready!”

Francisco A. Salazar has contributed to The Ring since October 2013 and has been covering boxing in Southern California and abroad since 2000. Francisco also handles boxing for the Ventura County (California) Star newspaper.He can be contacted by email [email protected] Or on Twitter’s F Salazar Boxing

– Boxing Sports

Ring Junior Flyweight Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi signs in matchroom boxing Ring Junior Flyweight Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi signs in matchroom boxing

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