Undefeated Japanese World Boxing Council light Flyweight Champion Kenshiro “Amazing Boy” Teraji (17-0 / 10KOs), 28, remains active awaiting a date to defend his crown.
His most recent fight took place last December in Yokohama, Japan, where he defeated Filipino challenger Randy Petalcon in the fourth round, successfully defending his title for the seventh time.
Due to the Coronavirus, there is no scheduled date for his next fight, but the champion keeps working with discipline and effort to maintain his physical condition.
“I want to have two fights in 2020. My ambition is to establish a brand of Japanese boxing. I want to break the record for 13 defenses of former flyweight champion Yoko Gushiken.
“I`m sure I will be able to defend my crown 13 times in a row. But I want to make 14 defenses to make history in my country,” said Teraji.