Hiroto Kyoguchi, mini fly champion AMB and holder in addition to the belt The Ring at the same weight, signed a promotional agreement with Matchroom Boxing.
“I am confident that I will give my all and show honor in this sport as a proud Japanese world champion,” he said. Kyoguchi. “I’m ready!”
The Japanese fighter is managed by Eddy reynoso, who also manages, in addition to training, fighters of the stature of Canelo Alvarez, Oscar Valdez, Andy Ruiz, Luis Nery, Ryan García and the Cuban heavyweight, Frank Sanchez, among others.
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Reynoso is very pleased to have in his ‘fighter stable’ someone like Hiroto, who has a very promising immediate and distant future and from the hand of Eddie hearn and Matchroom Boxing, it is expected to exploit the same for the Japanese.
«It is an honor to work with the best promoter in the world, Eddie hearn and Matchroom Boxing“, said Eddy reynoso. “Thanks also to Hiroto kyoguchi for having the confidence to allow me to represent you. We look forward to a great future together «.
Kyoguchi The 27-year-old has an unbeaten record of 14 wins and 9 of them by knockout and will now be working on several bouts with one of today’s leading promoters, English Eddie Hearn.
For its part, Hearn He did not hide at all his happiness and being pleased to have one of the best boxers in the professional boys and of greater importance in all of Japan.
“I am delighted to welcome the two-division world champion and owner of the crown. The Ring, Hiroto Kyoguchi, to the team of Matchroom Boxing“Said the promoter Eddie hearn. “As we continue our global expansion, we welcome our first Japanese world champion to Matchroom and we look forward to our first show in 2021. I hope to have a long and successful relationship with him and his manager Eddy reynoso«.
Fight highlights for Hiroto Kyoguchi TKO10 Hekkie Budler. Kyoguchi is the new Ring magazine / WBA junior flyweight champ pic.twitter.com/MBBajnIWex
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