Earlier today it was announced that on December 4th, at "Crash Boxing Vol. 10", fans will be able to see Ryota Yada (12-3, 10) [矢田 良太] battle against Filipino puncher Jayar Inson (12-0, 8) in a bout for the WBO Asia Pacific Weltweight title.
The bout, which will be the main event of the card, is a really intriguing match up between punchers as Yada recording 8 stoppages in his last 9 bouts and Inson obviously being a heavy handed and unbeaten fighter. Whilst the competition for both has been limited the bout it's self is still an atractive match up and exciting main event, which is likely to see some explosive shots thrown by both men.
On the under-card we will see a string of notable names, Including the Japanese ranked Takayuki Okumoto (17-7-2, 7) [奥本 貴之], OPBF ranked Kazuki Tanaka (5-0, 4) [田中 一樹], school girl boxer Fuka Komura (1-0) [小村 楓香] and an intriguing match up between Takahiro Murai (14-6-2, 5) [村井 貴裕] and Takeru Kamikubo [11-2, 8] [上久保タケル].
The card, promoted by Green Tsuda, sees the WBO Asia Pacific titles continue to grow momentum in Japan and hopefully the fighters winning them will continue to be well matched, like in this bout, as they could be a great addittion to the Japanese boxing scene, as long as match making is consistently good and we don't see regular mismatches for the titles.
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