On Friday in Japan fans get a treat as WBC Super Featherweight champion Takashi Miura (28-2-2, 21) defends his title against Australian foe Billy Dib (39-3-0-1, 23). Not only will the fight take place in Tokyo but it will be on Free-to-Air TV courtesy of Fuji TV giving Japanese fans a great chance to see Miura in with a recognisable "name" opponent.
Ahead of that fight the two men under-went a physical examination which included various measurements being taken. Surprisingly the physical shows that the two men had a very similar body shape.
Technically Dib as a 2cm height advantage and a 0.5cm advantage in reach. Whilst they are only small advantages they are still interesting given that Miura is a man who really made his career at Featherweight.
Despite being the "smaller" man Miura was said to have been less than impressed by his foes body which lacked a "rugged" look.