There is also a third massive punching Japanese Super Featherweight, Masao Nakamura.
Nakamura, known as the "KO King" ran up 12 straight KO's before being upset by Ronald Pontillas in 2011. Since then however he has bounced back with 6 successive KO's including an opening round blow out of Thailand's experienced Fahsai Sakkreerin who lasted just 100 seconds with Nakamura. In fact Nakamura's ring walk and introduction lasted longer than the bout.
Despite lasting less than 2 minutes we did get to see plenty of action, including 3 knockdowns of Sakkreerin who simply couldn't stand up to the power of Nakamura.
This was the second stoppage loss in 3 fights for Sakkreerin who had been stopped 2 fights earlier in 2 rounds by Rances Barthelemy. At the time of writing Barthelmy is the IBF Super Featherweight champion and is being targeted by Michael Farenas.
For Nakamura this win has helped boost him towards a world title fight though before that he will need to get past Masayuki Ito in a very interesting contest to close out July 2014.