One of the various promising Japanese fighters starting to make a name for themselves this year is former amateur stand out Kenshiro Teraji, fighting under the name Ken Shiro. The Japanese youngster is another the long line of Japanese fighters carving out a promising career in the lower weights and the confidence his team have in him is astounding with his debut coming against Heri Amol earlier this year.
Ken Shiro's second professional bout came against Thai southpaw Phuwanai Wor Surapol and the Japanese fighter really did as he pleased. He quickly got his jab going, found the range and timing and twice dropped the Thai in what was a very 1-sided contest but one that allowed Ken Shiro some time in the ring with a southpaw, something that is useful for such a young fighter like Ken Shiro.
(Video courtesy of BMBBOXING)
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