Hiroto Kyoguchi vs Tanawat Nakoon

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Hiroto Kyoguchi vs Tanawat Nakoon
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Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Makuhari Messe, Chiba City, Chiba, Japan
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WBA Light Flyweight World Title (Kyoguchi's 1st defence)
Rafael Ramos

Official Judging
Carlos Sucre 117 - 112
Carlos Costa 117 - 111
Gloria Martinez 117 - 111


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Kyoguchi is good, 12-0, still inexperienced, but is improving, is a two-weight world champion, he beat Hekkie Budler in December, good win, won the title, after moving up from 105. Kyoguchi was a world champion at 105, won the IBF title in his 8th fight, defended it a couple of times. In terms of age and sheer professional boxing experience, this is a 50/50 fight, but there is a very big difference in levels, Kyoguchi has been in 4 world title fights, Nakoon has been in none, he has had a lot of title fights, but most of them were Asian title fights, which is a level below, and his more or less all the good fighters at 112 and lower are fighting for world titles because there are so few of them compared to other divisions. Nakoon's opposition has been very poor compared Kyoguchi's, the majority have had losing records, and he hasn't been that dominant, the fight before his last was close, against an opponent with a record of 8-2, he has lost rounds against opponents with losing records, so I don't see him faring well against Kyoguchi, I think it's a case of levels.

Kyoguchi is a young, fresh fighter, is unbeaten, should have that confident mentality of an unbeaten fighter, so it might be competitive for a short time, but I think Kyoguchi will be well ahead, stop Nakoon late.