Miyamoto, who debuted back in July with a 2nd round win over a Thai novice, showed his ability here as he dominated the Indonesian, who seemed to clinch and hold more often than actually punching. In defense of the visitor he had nothing to match the skills or speed of Miyamoto who landed when he wanted and seemed to be too strong, too powerful and simply too good.
In round 3 Miyamoto landed a nasty uppercut that buckled the legs of his man and a follow up attack forced the referee to save the over-matched opponent before he came to real harm.
For fight fans interested in watching this one it should be uploaded to boxingraise on Monday along with the whole show from the Yodogawa center from Osaka.
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