KENSHIRO TERAJI

WBC LIGHT FLYWEIGHT

Country:

Japan

Record:

W 23 (14 KO) – L 1 – D 0

Birth Date:

Pro Debut:

03 /08 /2014

Won Title:

03/19/2021

Last Defense:

01/23/2024

SILVER: Vacant

INTERNATIONAL: Alex Winwood (Australia)

WBO, IBF: Adrian Curiel (Mexico) / Jonathan Gonzalez (P. Rico)

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RATING

Updated : 15 June, 2024

LIGHT FLYWEIGHT 48,988 KG / 108 LB

Continental Federations
Champions:
Affiliated Titles
Champions:
Others
(Not Available )
ABCO:Commonwealth: Craig Derbyshire (GB)This shall be limited to other organization's champions (inc.
ABUContinental Americas:Interim) not listed above,
CISBB:Francophone:any opponents of those champions in a scheduled defense, and
FECARBOX: Azael Villar (Panama)Continental Latino American: Junior Zarate (Argentina)those who cannot fight
FECONSUR:Mediterranean:due to medical, legal, or personal issues (and those who do not
NABF:USWBC:wish to fight for the WBC)
OPBF: Thanongsak Simsri (Thailand)Youth: Yuga Ozaki (Japan)
AustralAsia:
Middle East:
Far East:
India:

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