From what we understand former Japanese amateur star Kenshiro Teraji (0-0) is set to make his debut on August 3rd at the IMP Hall in Osaka.
From what we understand Teraji will be fighting experienced Indonesian Heri Amol (34-17-4, 14) in what would be a sensational debut for the youngster, though one his team will very confident he can win.
Teraji, the second son of former Japanese Middleweight and OPBF Light Heavyweight champion Hisashi Teraji, is tipped as a superstar in Japan following a very successful amateur. Although we're unsure of his complete amateur record he was very talented and reached the final of last years National Amateur championship whilst winning at the National Sports Festival.
Whilst Teraji's amateur success isn't as good as some, say Naoya Inoue, he is being dubbed as a "super prospect" by those in certain circles and we'd seriously consider a win over Amol on debut as a stunning way to begin a career.
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