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Adrian Hernandez, Yaegashi, Chocolatito Triple on 4/6

By Hisao Adachi

A major card is taking place on April 6 in Ota City General Gymnasium in Tokyo, Japan. Nicaragua's two division world champion Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez will be in action in a ten round bout against an opponent to be determined. The regional champion of the OPBF, Naoya "Monster" Inoue (5-0, 4KOs , 20 years of age and Ohashi Boxing Gym of Yokohama), will challenge WBC junior flyweight king Adrian "Confessor " Hernandez (29-2-1, 18KOs, 28 years old).

In another featured bout for the world crown over twelve rounds, WBC flyweight king Akira Yaegashi (19-3, 9KOs, 30 years old) will risk his crown for the third time against Mexican challenger, WBC #8 ranked Odilon Zaleta (15-3, 8KOs from Chihuahua, Mexico).

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by buddyguns on 02-16-2014

Right now it looks like most of the real opponents for Chocolatito have fights scheduled, except for Estrada. Please, Please, Please make this rematch happen boxing gods!! El Gallo vs. El Chocolatito 2!!

Comment by j69madrox on 02-16-2014

Yeagashi turned down el chocolatito, and now they are on the same card. Makes sense.... El Chocolatito is the little mans GGG

Comment by bigcursedawg on 02-16-2014

[QUOTE=giacomino;14241002]Hernandez v Inoue looks like a great match but how is Yaegashi v Zaleta a "title" fight? Zaleta has lost two of his last three and lasted less than two rounds against Conception. Yaegashi taking a cupcake but the next…

Comment by bigcursedawg on 02-16-2014

Confessor vs Monster, how can you go wrong?

Comment by giacomino on 02-16-2014

Hernandez v Inoue looks like a great match but how is Yaegashi v Zaleta a "title" fight? Zaleta has lost two of his last three and lasted less than two rounds against Conception. Yaegashi taking a cupcake but the next…

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