Hiroto Kyoguchi vs. Esteban Bermudez: Preview and prediction
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Hiroto Kyoguchi and Esteban Bermudez will clash this Friday night for the WBA Lightweight (Super) Flyweight Championship. The fight will take place at the Coliseo Arena in Mexico City.
Kyoguchi is the overwhelming favorite going into the contest with a 15-0 record, including 10 wins coming via knockout.
The Japanese star did not perform well against Axel Aragon Vega in 2021. The current WBA belt holder slightly lost on the jury cards before his opponent suffered a hand injury that allowed him to get a win in the 5th round. .
Watch highlights of the fight between Kyoguchi and Vega:
Regardless, Hiroto Kyoguchi is highly lauded as one of Japan’s next boxing stars and has won most of his fights with ease. The 28-year-old became world champion in just his eighth bout as he defeated Jose Argumedo for the IBF Mini Flyweight Championship.
Meanwhile, Bermudez has a less than impressive record of 14 wins, 3 losses and 2 draws. The 5’7 boxer was knocked out in the first round in 2015 against Francisco Perez Cardenas.
However, the Mexican showed phenomenal heart and punching power in his last fight against Carlos Canizales. He captured the WBA Light Flying Championship (Regular) by stopping his previously unbeaten opponent in the sixth round, despite losing on all three scorecards.
Watch the full fight between Bermudez and Canizales:
Hiroto Kyoguchi vs. Esteban Bermudez – who won?
Hiroto Kyoguchi is likely to win the fight against Bermudez with a stoppage in the mid to late round.
The Tokyo-based boxer has beaten fighters with much better resumes in the past, including Vince Paras, Tanawat Nakoon and Carlos Buitrago. Therefore, it was impossible for Bermudez to provide anything that Kyoguchi had never seen before.
At 5’7, Bermudez is noticeably taller than Kyoguchi’s 5’4 which allows him to experience some success should he decide to box back foot. Nonetheless, Kyoguchi likes to come forward and will have no problem putting pressure on his bigger opponent. He also likes to shoot towards the body which will be easier for him to aim because of Bermudez’s height and range advantage.
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