Yamanaka By “KO” Over Carlson in Japan

By David Martinez / dmboxing.com

Last week, on March 2, 2017 at Tokyo’s Ryogoku Kokugikan, Shinsuke Yamanaka (27-0-2 / 19 by KO) successfully retained his WBC World Bantamweight Title with a one-sided stoppage of Carlos Carlson (22-2 / 13 by KO) nwc 무료.

The unbeaten Japanese champion, whom I rank at #9 in my current list of the “pound for pound” boxers, floored the Mexican challenger five times before the knockout came at 0:57 in round seven 다운로드.

However, Carlson did have his moments in the 5th round when he landed solid right hand punches on the southpaw Yamanaka.

But those moments were too few and far between to change the course of the bout 다운로드.

Carlson, who came into the ring riding a 22 fight win streak, suffered his first defeat, since dropping a decision in his professional debut in March 2011.

For Yamanaka it was his twelfth successful title defense since becoming Champion in November 2011. His seventh round knockout win over Anselmo Moreno last September 16, was my Runner Up Fight of the Year in 2016.


2 thoughts on “Yamanaka By “KO” Over Carlson in Japan

  1. I have 2 catch this fight David. You have Yamanaka about right p4p IMO. What are your thoughts on Kosei Tanaka.

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