Ryoji Fukunaga versus Kenta Nakagawa breakdown

This should be a good fight between two rising Japanese Super Flyweights. Both are on good wins streaks and are unifying the Japanese and OPBF super flyweight titles.

Both men are similar in height and surprisingly enough are both southpaws which is rare. I think both aren’t great technically but they are still proficient for domestic level. Fukunaga certainly holds a power advantage as all twelve of his wins have come by stoppage with a few of those wins coming against good opposition. Nakagawa is probably the better boxer of the two but has come unstuck against a puncher before.

Kenta Nakagawa

I expect this fight to be very even for the early and middle rounds until Fukunaga’s power starts to wear Nakagawa down and he gets a late stoppage. This is a really good match up and its good to see them unify the titles domestically to really prove which one can move to the top of the domestic food chain.


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