On the scales Kyotaro was 227lbs, the lightest he has been since his 2015 win against Nobuhiro Ishida. The Japanese fighter looked in good shape, though looks like he could have lost more had he really wanted to.
Nasio on the other hand was close to a career high,coming in at 262lbs for the contest, and looking like a man who could have lost significant weight. Despite looking bulky the fighter seemed relaxed and it sounded likehe was going to be looking for a stoppage inside the first 3 rounds.
Interestingly Fujimoto trained for this bout by sparring with Solomon Haumono, the only man who has beaten Fujimoto since his professional debut in late 2011.
For those wanting to watch this bout it will be aired on G+ tomorrow in Japan.
(Image courtesy of boxingnews.jp)