Photos: Luis Nery, Shinsuke Yamanaka - Go Face To Face in Japan

The Japanese idol Shinsuke Yamanaka has not yet resigned to the fact that he's a former world champion swears and this Thursday he's promised to remove the belt from the WBC bantamweight belt from Mexico's Luis "Pantera" Nery when they meet in a rematch at the Sumo Stadium in the Kokugikan neighborhood of Tokyo, Japan and that will broadcast.

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After a five year reign and 12 successful defenses, Yamanaka (27-1-2, 19 KOs) was knocked out in four rounds by Nery who overpowered the then 35-year-old champion in August of 2017 in a Mexican feat in the Far East.

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In what was the final press conference held at the Palace Hotel in Tokyo, the room was packed with top journalists, and Shinsuke could not hide his desperation to take revenge on Nery.

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"I will fight with my heart, for my family, for my country, for honor, I can not resign myself to see my belt on the other side of the table with the Mexican, on Thursday I will recover it," expressed Yamanaka to dozens of media present in the conference.

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While Nery (25-0, 19 KOs) promised to pull yet another knockout victory.

"I'm better prepared, with more motivation, the only plan I have is to knock Yamanaka out again," said the 23-year-old WBC world champion, who was accompanied by his representative Guillermo Brito Jr.

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Nery brings the support of the WBO world champion Arely Muciño and former champion Jorge ¨Travieso¨Arce, who are Tokyo, Japan as well as a large Mexican delegation.
There was controversy over the gloves between both teams since Shinsuke wants to use Cleto Reyes, but Nery will use the Winning brand. will broadcast the live combat (4:45 am, CdMx time) Thursday, March 1 and Azteca 7, La Casa del Boxeo will take it to the screens on Saturday, March 3.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by chico malo loc on 02-27-2018

[QUOTE=komandante;18522381]Who lost to a Filipino? don't know that.[/QUOTE]you like to see mexicans loose but your countrymen from the phillipines get destroyed by japanes and thais everytime they step up in competition!:stickp4:

Comment by whoseyourdaddy on 02-27-2018

[QUOTE=Mexican_Puppet;18522688]Are you f.ucking stupid? Nery destroyed easily Villanueva, dude was outworked in a crazy way.[/QUOTE] Pay no attention to this idiot, he was saying Gallo Estrada was an easy KO for Roungvisai, that's how knowledgeable this casual is.

Comment by Mexican_Puppet on 02-27-2018

[QUOTE=komandante;18522381]Who lost to a Filipino? don't know that.[/QUOTE] Nobody. Nery destroyed Villanueva and toyed with him all the fight. Dude received like 400 punches.

Comment by Mexican_Puppet on 02-27-2018

[QUOTE=komandante;18522373]Nery was found positive of peds after the first fight with Yamanaka. :fu2::sad6:[/QUOTE] Peds? 70% of the mexican meat is contaminated. There is a mafia controlling the production of the meat.

Comment by Mexican_Puppet on 02-27-2018

[QUOTE=lagako10;18522271]Yamanaka will bounceback after nerrys last fight he loss to a filipino but they robbed him[/QUOTE] Are you f.ucking stupid? Nery destroyed easily Villanueva, dude was outworked in a crazy way.

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