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Despite JBC’s regulated attendance, sensational encounters with rival compatriots were on the day of the government’s announcement that foreigners would not enter Japan for fear of invading new coronavirus variants until the end of January. It was a very expected attraction. Undefeated OPBF 130-pound champion Mishiro Hironori (10-0-1, 3 KO), 135 has a hairline majority vote against former WBO junior lightweight champion Masayuki Ito (26-3-) (96-94 twice, 95- 95) was issued. 1, 14 KO), 134.75, in Tokyo on Saturday.
The tall Jamel Mishiro started well with his trademark left hand, but Ito, who handed over the WBO belt to Jamel Herring last year, maintained pressure and overcame the point deficit in the early rounds. It was Mishiro who continued to jab accurately in the second half to avoid further retaliation by Ito. In the near future, Mishiro, a 26-year-old, three-year-old junior, has excellent accuracy and effectiveness in the combination of jab and left and right, and as the contest progresses, Ito’s left eyesight is damaged and swells.
Former OPBF Champion IBF # 12 / WBO # 13 122 lbs Ryo Akaho (36-2-2, 24 KO), 121.75, Yuto Nakamura (11-6-1, 8 KO), 121.5, Scheduled 8 On the way to two fine stops at 1:52 in the second round of the round.
Undefeated ultra-lightweight prospect Jin Sasaki (10-0, 9 KO), 139.75, with a quick dismantling at Aso Ishiwaki (8-3-1, 6 KO), 140, 2 to a 140-pound belt for Japanese youth. Was impressively won. 50 of the 8 scheduled 3rd sessions. 19-year-old Sasaki can punch and looks very promising.
Shoki Sakai (25-11-2, 13 KO), 146, inexperienced Takeshi Obata (8-5-1, 3 KO), 146, unanimous nod (79-73 2 times, 77) who returned from Mexico –75) 8 or more.
Promoter: Yokohama Hikari Promotion.
– Boxing Sports
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