Hiroto Kyoguchi returns to make his second title defense!
3kingsboxing has learned lineal and WBA light flyweight champion Hiroto Kyoguchi (13-0, 9KO) will be making his second title defense against fellow countryman Tetsuya Hisada (34-9-2, 20KO).
The 25 year-old two-divisional champion has been making some serious noise since his 2016 debut and things aren’t slowing down!
He looks to continue his rampage, started since his first title victory in defeating IBF champion Jose Argumendo in 2017. Further successes against top names would catapult his career. His momentum continued on through unified champion Hekkie Budler, Tibo Monabesa, and Vince Paras.
Hisada, is a tough veteran that has only been knocked out once in a sixteen-year career. Although his resume is lacking, it’s worth noting he hasn’t lost a fight since 2015.
Kyoguchi has knocked out every opponent when fighting at the Edion Arena and is the divisional lineal champion.
Hisada is the Japanese flyweight champion, has never lost a fight in the Edion Arena and will be fighting for his first major title.
This is obviously a stay-busy fight for the champion in what many boxing pundits hope will lead up to a mega unification match-up with WBC champion Ken Shiro.
The fight is on schedule take place in the Edion Arena in Osaka, Japan on October 1.
By: Garrisson Bland