On Saturday in Japan fans got the chance to see former world champion Shindo Go (16-3, 11) claim her second win of the year as she began her pursuit of another world title shot.
The talented former WBC female Flyweight champion was matched softly as she took on Thailand's Suda Saknarong (0-1) and scored a 4th round KO win, allowing her to shake some rust following an 8th month lay off.
Saknarong had nothing to challenger Go who eased herself into the fight then began to go through the gears and really battered Saknarong into defeat, showing that there was a huge gulf between the two fighters.
Following the win Go made it clear that she was looking for a chance to return to world level next year. It would be her first world title fight since her December 2014 loss Arely Mucino, in Nuevo Leon. That bout saw Go's reign as a champion end after 18 months and it's clear that she's look to reclaim her standing atop the division.
(Image courtesy of daily.co.jp)
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