Kazuto Ioka vs. Jeyvier Cintron Live Stream, 31st December 2019
Both Kazuto Ioka and Jeyvier Cintron made load for Tuesday’s reality junior bantamweight title battle at the Ota-City General Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan.
At Monday morning’s say something, Ioka (24-2, 14 knockouts) said something strike into the point of confinement at 115 pounds. Cintron (11-0, 5 KOs) weighed 114.75 pounds.
Ioka, who dwells in Tokyo, won the empty WBO title in his keep going session on June 19, halting Aston Palicte of the Philippines in the tenth round in close by Chiba City. That success came five-and-a-half months after he dropped a split choice to then-WBO titleholder Donnie Nietes.
The 30-year-old Ioka, who is evaluated No. 3 by The Ring, is Japan’s first historically speaking four-weight world titleholder. In simply his tenth battle, he added the WBA strawweight title to his WBC form by overcoming kinsman Akira Yaegashi. He likewise had an outstanding consistent choice triumph over current IBF junior flyweight titleholder Felix Alvarado in December 2013 and posted two successes over Argentina’s Juan Carlos Reveco in 2015.
Cintron, who lives in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, is making a critical stride up in class. The 24-year-old turned into the obligatory challenger to confront Ioka when he dropped Koki Eto in transit to a consistent choice triumph in their rematch on Aug. 2 in Kissimmee, Florida. In their first session Eto was pronounced the champ by first-round knockout, yet replays indicated that he’d incidentally headbutted Cintron before getting a correct hand. In the wake of watching replays that night, authorities from the Florida Athletic Commission upset the result of the battle to a no-choice.
Cintron, who is positioned No. 9 by The Ring, is co-advanced by Top Rank and Puerto Rico’s Best Boxing Promotions.
Additionally on Tuesday’s card, Kosei Tanaka, The Ring’s No. 1 appraised flyweight, will make the third protection of his WBO title against Wulan Tuloehazi. The two warriors tipped the scales at 112 pounds.
In his keep going session, on Aug. 24, the 24-year-old Tanaka (14-0, 8 KOs) conquered a knockdown to stop Jonathan Gonzalez in Round 7 in his old neighborhood of Nagoya.
Tuloehazi (13-3, 6 KOs), who lives in Urumqi, China, is unbeaten in his last 13 sessions in the wake of losing three of his initial five.