Sunday, September 9, 2018

Superfly 3 Results: Kazuto Ioka Wins Decision Over McWilliams Arroyo

17 months prior, Kazuto Ioka battled and after that not long after, declared an unexpected retirement. He'd won world titles in three diverse weight classes and accomplished his fantasies, he said. Be that as it may, he went to the "Superfly 2" card in February of this current year, and the yearning to battle again returned.

On Saturday at the Forum in Inglewood, California, he returned, and he looked great, beating extreme contender McWilliams Arroyo by persuading choice more than 10 rounds.

The judges had it 97-92, 97-92, and 99-90, just for Ioka, who won the WBC silver super flyweight title with the triumph. BLH had it 97-92 for Ioka.

Arroyo (17-4, 14 KO) began somewhat moderate against Ioka (23-1, 13 KO), presumably losing the initial two rounds, yet he was going ahead well in the third before he was gotten with a perfect right hand that thumped him down late in that edge.

For a great part of the session, it was essentially the predictable assault, supported by solid body work, of Japan's Ioka that conveyed the activity. Ioka was battling outside of the United States out of the blue, and out of the blue without his dad in his corner, yet he looked sharp after a long cutback, outboxing and whipping Arroyo, who was amusement as in every case except just somewhat dominated in this one.

Ioka landed 254 of 797 (32%) of his aggregate punches, and 157 of 481 (33%) of his capacity shots. Arroyo landed 159 of 715 (22%) of his aggregate punches, and 106 of 373 (28%) control shots. Ioka outlanded Arroyo essentially to the body, 101 to 19.

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