No opponent has yet been named for Kiyota but it will be Kiyota's second bout since he lost a technical decision last year to the then WBO Super Middleweight champion Robert Stieglitz.
Whilst we're not expecting any sort of great opponent for Kiyota it's hard to deny that he's a fun to watch and we'd expect him to be in with a "willing" opponent who will help Kiyota look good and allow the fans at Camp Zama to enjoy an exciting contest.
This show, dubbed "PACIFIC BOXING SHOWDOWN IN CAMP ZAMA VOL.III" will be the third Katsumata Gym show at Camp Zama following successful shows there in 2011 and 2013. Incidentally this will be the first of the Camp Zama shows from Katsumata not to feature the American born Charlie Ota who has headlined the previous 2 shows.
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