TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

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TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by KSTAT124 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 1:02 am

Saturday, December 30-

Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan-

Fight #1- BONUS BOUT-
WBO World Junior Bantamweight Title-
Champion Naoya Inoue (TTR #1, THe Ring #1, Transnational #2; Transnational #5 P4P, The Ring #7 P4P, TTR #9 P4P; 14-0, 12 KOs).....8 points
vs.
Yoan Boyeaux (WBO #6; 41-4, 1 ND, 26 KOs).....12 points

Inoue-Boyeaux is also Superfight #29 of TTR Superfights Challenge #10:
http://www.the13thround.com/phpBB2/view ... 8&t=126182

Fight #2- WBC World Light Flyweight Title-
Champion Ken Shiro (TTR #1, Transnational #1, The Ring #3; 11-0, 5 KOs).....9 points
vs.
Gilberto Pedroza (IBF #10, WBC #11; 18-3-2, 8 KOs).....11 points

Fight #3- Super Bantamweight Bout-
Takuma Inoue (WBC #9, TTR #14, WBO #14- all at 118; WBA #10, IBF #12- both at 115; 9-0, 2 KOs).....9 points
vs.
Kentaro Masuda (WBC #25; 27-8, 15 KOs).....11 points

Sunday, December 31-

Tokyo, Japan-

Fight #4- BONUS BOUT-
IBF World Junior Flyweight Title/WBA World Junior Flyweight Title/Vavant Ring Magazine World Junior Flyweight Title-
IBF champion Milan Melindo (The Ring #2, TTR #3, Transnational #4; 37-2, 13 KOs).....10 points
vs.
WBA champion Ryoichi Taguchi (The Ring #1, TTR #4, Transnational #5; 26-2-2, 12 KOs)......10 points

Melindo-Taguchi is also Superfight #30 of TTR Superfights Challenge #10:
http://www.the13thround.com/phpBB2/view ... 8&t=126182

Fight #5- IBF World Mini-Flyweight Title-
Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi (TTR #4, Transnational #4, The Ring #4; 8-0, 6 KOs).....9 points
vs.
Carlos Buitrago (IBF #3, The Ring #6; 30-2-1, 1 NC, 17 KOs).....11 points
- This will be Buitrago's first bout since his UD 8 win over Noe Medina in October 15, 2016.
- Buitrago is Kyoguchi's mandary challenger. The #1 and #2 spots in the IBF's mini-flyweight ratings are currently "NOT RATED".

Fight #6- WBO World Flyweight Title-
Champion Sho Kimura (TTR #8, Transnational #9, The Ring #10; 15-1-2, 8 KOs).....10 points
vs.
Toshiyuki Igarashi (WBO #1 at 112; IBF #3 at 115; 23-2-3, 12 KOs)....10 points

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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by gilgamesh » Wed Dec 27, 2017 3:09 pm

1. Naoya Inoue - TKO
2. Shiro - DEC
3. Takuma Inoue - DEC
4. Melindo - DEC
5. Kyoguchi - DEC
6. Kimura - DEC
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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by KSTAT124 » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:23 am

1. "Monster" Inoue TKO
2. Shiro UD
3. T. Inoue UD
4. Melindo UD (although a Taguchi victory won't be much of a surprise)
5. Kyoguchi UD
6. Kimura UD (but an Igarashi victory also wouldn't be surprising)

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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by theVAMP » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:55 am

1. Naoya Inoue - TKO
2. Shiro - UD
3. Takuma Inoue - UD
4. Melindo - UD
5. Kyoguchi - UD
6. Kimura - UD

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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by Drinquor » Fri Dec 29, 2017 8:35 pm

Naoya Inoue KO
Ken Shiro UD
Takuma Inoue KO
Ryoichi Taguchi UD
Hiroto Kyoguchi UD
Sho Kimura UD

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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by straycat » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:08 pm

N Inoue___________KO Rd 6
Shiro_____________UD
T Inoue___________UD
Melindo___________UD
Kyoguchi__________KO Rd 9
Igarashi___________UD
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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by straycat » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:09 pm

Thanks again for tabulating the scores again.
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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by theVAMP » Fri Dec 29, 2017 10:27 pm

straycat wrote:Thanks again for tabulating the scores again.

No problem.

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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by KSTAT124 » Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:38 am

RESULTS and POINTS BREAKDOWN:

Fight #1- BONUS FIGHT-
WBO World Junior Bantamweight Title-
Champion Naoya "Monster" Inoue (TTR #1, The Ring #1, Transnational #2; Transnational #5 P4P, The Ring #7 P4P, TTR #9 P4P; 15-0, 13 KOs)
TKO-3 1:40
Yoan Boyeaux (WBO #6; 41-5, 1 ND, 26 KOs)
- Boyeaux, a former French bantamweight champion who is considered the "World Bantamweight Champion in Recess" by the Argentina-based World Pugilism Commission, was unbeaten in his last 32 bouts (31 wins, 1 No Decision).
- Inoue floored Boyeaux in the first round then proceeded to drop him three more times with body shots before the bout was stopped.
- This was Boyeaux's 47th bout as a professional and the first in which he was stopped.
- Inoue improved to 10-0 with 9 KOs in world title bouts (2-0 with 2 KOs at 108; 8-0 with 7 KOs at 115).
.....16 points for picking Inoue plus 4 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #2- WBC World Light Flyweight Title-
Champion Ken Shiro (TTR #1, Transnational #1, The Ring #3; 12-0, 6 KOs)
TKO-4 1:12
Gilberto Pedroza (IBF #10, WBC #11; 18-4-2, 8 KOs)
- Shiro floored Pedroza twice in the fourth frame.
- This was Shiro's second successful defense of the WBC title.
.....9 points for picking Shiro plus 2 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #3- Super Bantamweight Bout-
Takuma Inoue (WBC #9, TTR #14, WBO #14- all at 118; WBA #10, IBF #12- both at 115; 10-0, 2 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 10
Kentaro Masuda (WBC #25 at 118; 27-9, 15 KOs)
- The bout was fought just above the bantamweight limit with Inoue weighing in at 119 and Masuda at 118 1/4.
- Inoue unanimously outpointed the former two-time Japanese bantamweight champion by the scores of 98-92, 97-93, and 96-94.
.....9 points for picking Inoue plus 2 points for picking him by decision

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Re: TTR Challenge #25- Week #22

Post by KSTAT124 » Sun Dec 31, 2017 5:55 am

KSTAT124 wrote:RESULTS and POINTS BREAKDOWN:

Fight #1- BONUS FIGHT-
WBO World Junior Bantamweight Title-
Champion Naoya "Monster" Inoue (TTR #1, The Ring #1, Transnational #2; Transnational #5 P4P, The Ring #7 P4P, TTR #9 P4P; 15-0, 13 KOs)
TKO-3 1:40
Yoan Boyeaux (WBO #6; 41-5, 1 ND, 26 KOs)
- Boyeaux, a former French bantamweight champion who is considered the "World Bantamweight Champion in Recess" by the Argentina-based World Pugilism Commission, was unbeaten in his last 32 bouts (31 wins, 1 No Decision).
- Inoue floored Boyeaux in the first round then proceeded to drop him three more times with body shots before the bout was stopped.
- This was Boyeaux's 47th bout as a professional and the first in which he was stopped.
- Inoue improved to 10-0 with 9 KOs in world title bouts (2-0 with 2 KOs at 108; 8-0 with 7 KOs at 115).
.....16 points for picking Inoue plus 4 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #2- WBC World Light Flyweight Title-
Champion Ken Shiro (TTR #1, Transnational #1, The Ring #3; 12-0, 6 KOs)
TKO-4 1:12
Gilberto Pedroza (IBF #10, WBC #11; 18-4-2, 8 KOs)
- Shiro floored Pedroza twice in the fourth frame.
- This was Shiro's second successful defense of the WBC title.
.....9 points for picking Shiro plus 2 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #3- Super Bantamweight Bout-
Takuma Inoue (WBC #9, TTR #14, WBO #14- all at 118; WBA #10, IBF #12- both at 115; 10-0, 2 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 10
Kentaro Masuda (WBC #25 at 118; 27-9, 15 KOs)
- The bout was fought just above the bantamweight limit with Inoue weighing in at 119 and Masuda at 118 1/4.
- Inoue unanimously outpointed the former two-time Japanese bantamweight champion by the scores of 98-92, 97-93, and 96-94.
.....9 points for picking Inoue plus 2 points for picking him by decision
Fight #4- BONUS FIGHT-
WBA World Light Flyweight Super Championship/IBF World Junior Flyweight Title/Vacant Ring Magazine World Junior Flyweight Title-
WBA champion Ryoichi Taguchi (The Ring #1, TTR #4, Transnational #5; 27-2-2, 12 KOs)
Unan. Dec. 12
IBF champion Milan Melindo (The Ring #2, TTR #3, Transnational #4; 37-3, 13 KOs)
- The scores were 116-112, 117-111, and 117-111.
- Taguchi is now 7-0-1 in world title bouts and 6-1 against fighters who've held or hold world titles while Melindo's record in world title bouts is now 2-3 (3-3 including a interim world title bout). He's now 5-3 against fighters who've held or hold world titles (7-3 including fighters who've held interim world titles).
.....20 points for picking Taguchi plus 4 points for picking him by decision

Fight #5- IBF World Mini-Flyweight Title-
Champion Hiroto Kyoguchi (TTR #4, Transnational #4, The Ring #4; 9-0, 7 KOs)
TKO-8 2:28
Carlos Buitrago (IBF #3, The Ring #6; 30-3-1, 1 NC, 17 KOs)
- This was Buitrago's first bout since his UD 8 win over Noe Medina on October 15, 2016.
- Buitrago was the mandatory challenger for Kyoguchi's title. (The #1 and #2 spots in the IBF's mini-flyweight ratings are currently "NOT RATED".)
- Referee Roberto Ramirez stopped the bout after Buitrago had taken a steady beating to the head and body.
.....9 points for picking Kyoguchi plus 2 points for picking him by KO/TKO

Fight #6- WBO World Flyweight Title-
Champion Sho Kimura (TTR #8, Transnsnational #9, The Ring #10; 16-1-2, 9 KOs)
TKO-9 2:34
Toshiyuki Igarashi (WBO #1 at 112; IBF #3 at 115; 23-3-3, 12 KOs)
- Cut over both eyes and repeatedly battered by a variety of punches, Igarashi was trailing by the scores of 79-73, 80-72, and 79-73 going into the ninth round.
- Kimura became the first fighter to stop Igarashi when his his ninth round barrage convinced referee Katsuhiko Nakamura to save the former lineal, WBC, and Ring Magazine World flyweight champion from additional punishment.
.....10 points for picking Kimura plus 2 points for picking him by KO/TKO

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