Kenshiro Looks To Make A Name For Himself

“The Amazing Boy” Kenshiro Teraji will face WBA champion Hiroto Kyoguchi in a battle of little guys with a big punch.

Kenshiro is viewed as a potential future superstar of the sport, and someone who could bring attention to the lower weights in the same way as Roman Gonzalez did.

In an interview with Abe Gonzalez of, Kenshiro told the great boxing writer the following:

“I've never got that emotional than that time when I was called a winner in the ring. That was the best moment for me to find myself. The whole thing had matured me. Until my first loss to Yabuki, I had never doubted myself in winning. That may be a little arrogant. Then Yabuki uncrowned me, and I really faced myself sincerely and got humbled. That's how I could be like ‘All-in' for the rematch. I could give it my all for the fight of my life.”

This Tuesday is an opportunity for him to achieve a major accolade, becoming a unified world champion.