1 Mar 2019

It was another night of sensational WBC MuayThai action in tantalizing Tokyo, Japan, this past weekend as two new domestic WBC MuayThai champions.

Takuya T-98 was crowned the new WBC MuayThai super-welterweight (154 Lbs) Japanese national champion ?after he defeated his compatriot Yeti Tatsuro via a unanimous points decision to claim the vacant title.?

The fight itself was an action-packed affair as both combatants went toe-to-toe over the five rounds with both fighters utilizing all weapons at their disposal, but it was Takuya who outgunned and outworked his opponent to claim the championship title. The judges scores read: 50-48, 50-47 and 50-47.

Kenshiro Aoi was crowned the new Japanese national super-featherweight (130 Lbs) champion after he got the better of his compatriot Takuma, via a unanimous to claim the domestic championship title.?

The contest was was controlled by the champion to be behind a flurry of constant punching power and leg-kicks that helped Aoi become the new champion of Japan. The judges scores read: 49-47, 50-48 and 50-48.

On behalf of WBC MuayThai global Chairman, Pol. General Kovid Bhakdibhumi, WBC President, Mauricio Sulaiman, and the entire team at the World Boxing Council we would like to congratulate both fighters and their teams for their night of WBC glory.

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