World Boxing Association (WBA) Light Flyweight Super Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi has shown progress in his preparation for his fight with Kenshiro Teraji on November 1 at the Saitama Super Arena.
While waiting for the unification against the WBC champion, Kyoguchi works in Tokyo with world champion Masataka Taniguchi in work sessions that both have shown through their social networks.
It is worth noting that Kyoguchi completed the first part of his training in Hawaii, where he was with other fighters like Naoya Inoue and where they paid great attention to the physical spectrum. Now, he returned to his native country to continue the process and get in tune for one of the most significant fights of his career.
The 28-year-old fighter will be looking for the fifth defense of his black and gold belt. It will be a great commitment against a Teraji who has been one of the best in the category in recent years.