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The WBA World super-flyweight belt will be on the line when champion Kal Yafai defends his title against Japan’s Sho Ishida.

The challenger Ishida (24-0, 13 KO’s) has no losses to his record and is currently on a two fight knockout win streak. This will his first ever professional bout outside of Japan.

For Yafai, this will be his second title defence and a second against a Japanese fighter in a row. In his last fight, the WBA champion defeated Suguru Muranaka via unanimous decision last May.

The champion is excited to fight on the big stage for the first time and he will try to steal the show. 

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