Fight Report


Former champion Luis Nery (26-0, 20 KOs) may have been in a giving mood at the podium, not being able to make the contractual weight which meant giving up his title but that mood didn’t hold true for his rematch with former champ Shinsuke Yamanaka (27-2-2, 19 KOs).

Nery made quick work of Yamanaka, dropping him four times before the fight was mercifully halted in the second.

Yamanaka in reality never got going in the bout, far removed from the formidable fighter we knew him to be, he found himself on the canvas from Nery’s opening combination in the first before the swarming nature of the Mexican took him out of his comfort zone as he hit the canvas another three times.

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