For gamblers interested in this one the odds are strongly favouring the champion who is 1/33 to win the bout and retain the title. The odds make the bout look like a mismatch, and given the proven ability of Yaegashi that does make sense. However at 33 years old and with well known problems in regard to swelling we can see a good argument for people backing the upset of a Tecuapetla win. For those interested in the under-dog he is a very tasty 10/1 to win the bout.
As mentioned earlier today this bout will be aired in Japan on channels affiliated with the Fuji News Network and will be the first of two world title bouts aired on the broadcast set for Sunday evening at 7PM local time.
TV details for Ohashi's show this weekend
Yaegashi and Tecuapetla set to have a war for IBF crown