April 1st 2017-Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Shuya Masaki (6-0, 3) vs Shingo Eto (17-5-1, 9)
Earlier today Japanese prospect Shuya Masaki [正木 脩也] took on Japanese ranked foe Shingo Eto [江藤 伸悟].
December 14th 2015-Korakuen Hall Tokyo, Japan
Masayuki Ito (17-1-1, 8) vs Shingo Eto (17-3-1, 9)
The Super Featherweight division in Japan is red hot right now and it's hard to tell who is the best of the emerging pack. Two of the notable youngsters met at the end of last year when OPBF champion Masayuki Ito [伊藤 雅雪] battled against Shingo Eto [江藤 伸悟] in what was a brilliant match up on paper.
October 13th 2014- Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Rikki Naito (10-0, 5) Vs Shingo Eto (14-2-1, 9)
As boxing fans we want to see high quality fighting between well matched fighters each fighting to prove something or move their career on. All too often we see a fighter with promise facing a no hoper, or a champion defending against an undeserving, and often out classed challenger. One bout that was well matched, interesting on paper and had all the ingredients to be a very good bout saw Japanese Super Featherweight title holder Rikki Naito battle Shingo Eto late last year. This was a bout between two young men each seeking a big win and giving the bout their all. It's not a 2014 FOTY contender by any means, but a really good fight fought at a very high skill level.
January 12th 2015- Hongcheon-Gun, Gangwon-do, South Korea
Shingo Eto (14-3-1, 9) Vs Maxsaisai Sithsaithong (15-6, 4)
A recent show in South Korea featured a trio of IBF minor title bouts, one of which saw Shingo Eto battle against Maxsaisai Sithsaithong for the IBF Asia Super Featherweight title.
(Video courtesy of Gushiken Channel)
Of the three Eto brothers, Koki Eto, Taiki Eto and Shingo Eto, it's fair to say that Shingo is the less well known. He'll be hoping to change that in the coming weeks when he battles against Rikki Naito in a Japanese title fight.
Sadly for fans hoping to get a grasp on what Shingo is like as a fighter footage is rather hard to come by and the sole footage we could come across was his bout with Thailand's Thiendaeng Manoprungroj. Sadly the bout doesn't tell us a lot about Eto other than the he looked 2 weights bigger than the Thai and was more defensively sound than either of his brothers, then again that's not saying a lot considering that defense seems to be a dirty word to Koki Eto.
(Video courtesy of Boxeo Total - Official)
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