Hiroto Kyoguchi Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): Biography & Family

Hiroto Kyoguchi
Boxer Hiroto Kyoguchi

Hiroto Kyoguchi net worth is more than $1 million. He is a Japanese professional boxer who has won 16 fights, and is undefeated in his professional boxing career currently holding WBA (Super) and The Ring light-flyweight titles earning thousands of dollars from them and also from sponsors so Mashoor estimates his worth around $1 million.

Hiroto Kyoguchi Biography

Hiroto Kyoguchi is a famous Japanese professional boxer currently holding WBA (Super) and The Ring light-flyweight titles.

He was brought into this world on November 27, 1993 in Izumi, Osaka, Japan. He has more than 29k followers on Instagram – hiroto.kyoguchi_official.

She made her debut in 3 Aug 2014 against Heri Amol. Till date he has won 19 boxing matches losing 1time in his professional boxing career.

Personal Details

Real NameHiroto Kyoguchi 
Age28 years
Date of BirthNovember 27, 1993
BirthplaceIzumi, Osaka, Japan


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Physical Statistics

Height5’4 Feet
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Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Early Life

On April 17, 2016, Hiroto Kyoguchi faced off against Narathip Sungsut on his professional debut. He prevailed by way of a knockout in the second round. This triumph was followed by four straight stoppage wins, during which he eliminated Taweechai Yuyuet via technical knockout in the first round, Kenichi Miyazaki via technical knockout in the third round, Michael Camelion via knockout in just 33 seconds, Junuel Lacar via knockout in the third round.

On February 28, 2017, he was slated to compete against Armando de la Cruz for the OPBF minimumweight championship. Through a knockout in the third round, he prevailed. On April 25, 2017, Kyoguchi was due to face Jonathan Refugio to defend his OPBF minimum. The judges scored the fight 117-111, 118-111, and 119-109 in Kyoguchi’s favour, giving him the victory over Refugio.

Boxing Career

Kyoguchi Vs. Buitrago – On December 31, 2017, Kyoguchi was slated to face Carlos Buitrago, the former WBO and IBF mini-flyweight champion, in his maiden defence of the IBF mini-flyweight title. The Ryoichi Taguchi vs. Milan Melindo fight was supposed to be the co-main event. With the jab, Kyoguchi gained distance quickly.

Hiroto Kyoguchi then started inflicting harm on his opponent with a series of body-head power blows. The contest was won by Kyoguchi through technical knockout in the eighth round, marking Buitrago’s first defeat via stoppage in his professional career. Kyoguchi expressed his wish to face Hekkie Budler or Kenshiro Teraji at the post-fight press conference.

Kyoguchi Vs. Argumedo – On July 23, 2017, Hiroto Kyoguchi was slated to face Jose Argumedo, the current IBF mini-flyweight champion. Due to his lack of professional experience and world title fight, Kyoguchi entered the fight as the betting underdog to the more experienced Argumedo. The fight itself was a messy affair, with a lot of clinching and slipping to the mat.

Hiroto Kyoguchi

In the ninth round, Kyoguchi used a left to put Argumedo to the ground, resulting in the fight’s lone knockdown. He prevailed via unanimous decision, with two judges scoring it 116-111 in his favour and one scoring it 115-112 in favour of Kyoguchi. He became the Japanese boxer to win a world title in the shortest amount of time, at 1 year and 3 months.

Kyoguchi Vs. Paras – On May 20, 2018, Hiroto Kyoguchi was slated to face Vince Paras, the 15th-ranked light flyweight challenger in the IBF, in his second defence of the IBF mini-flyweight championship. He competed on the Ryoichi Taguchi undercard for the second time in a row as Taguchi faced Hekkie Budler. The bout was won by Kyoguchi by a wide unanimous decision, with all three judges awarding the victory to Kyoguchi with scores of 117-110.

This was Paras’ first defeat in the professional ring. Kyoguchi said on July 27, 2018, that he will relinquish his IBF championship because he was no longer confident in his ability to successfully go down to mini-flyweight. The title was formally given up by him on August 11, 2018.

Kyoguchi Vs. Budler – On December 31, 2018, Hiroto Kyoguchi was supposed to take on Hekkie Budler, the current WBA (Super) and The Ring light-flyweight champion. It was Kyoguchi’s second fight outside of Japan and took place on the undercard of the main event between Donnie Nietes and Kazuto Ioka. Kyoguchi entered the contest as the favourite over Budler.

Prior to Kyoguchi taking control in the seventh round and starting to land more frequently power blows to the head and body, the two competitors were on an even footing throughout the first half of the battle. Budler appeared to have respiratory and cardiovascular problems. After Budler resigned from the fight in the tenth round, Kyoguchi won the fight through technical knockout and was in the lead on the official scorecards when the fight was stopped. Budler later acknowledged having sinus problems before to the fight.

Kyoguchi Vs. Satanmuanglek – On June 19, 2019, as part of the Kazuto Ioka vs. Aston Palicte undercard, Hiroto Kyoguchi was slated to make his first title defends against the reigning World Boxing Council Asian Boxing champion Satanmuanglek CP Freshmart. This was Satanmuanglek’s first battle for a boxing world title, despite the fact that he had competed for world titles in muay thai and held the Lumpinee Stadium title in two weight divisions.

In the pre-fight news conference, Kyoguchi expressed his intention to square off against his countryman Kenshiro Teraji in a match for the light flyweight championship. By unanimous judgement, Kyoguchi defeated Satanmuanglek. Two of the judges gave him a 117-111 victory, and the third judge gave him a 117-112 victory.

Kyoguchi Vs. Hisada – On October 1, 2019, Tetsuya Hisada was to be the opponent for Kyoguchi’s second defence of his WBA (Super) and The Ring light-flyweight belts. In 46 professional fights, this was Hisada’s first attempt to defend his world title, and Hiroto Kyoguchi came into the match as a clear betting favourite. Throughout the entire fight, Kyoguchi maintained control. He managed to knock Hisada down in the ninth round but was unable to complete the victory.

Kyoguchi was declared the winner by a unanimous vote, with scores of 115–112, 116–111, and 117–110. On November 3, 2020, Kyoguch was slated to face Thanongsak Simsri in his third WBA championship defence. Simsri was then ranked 11th among contenders at light flyweight in the WBA rankings. One day before the bout, on November 2, 2020, Kyoguchi made the announcement that he would be unable to compete since he and his instructors had both contracted COVID-19.

Kyoguchi Vs. Vega – On March 13, 2021, as part of the Juan Francisco Estrada and Román González show, Kyoguchi was set to defend his WBA (Super) and The Ring light-flyweight belts against Axel Aragon Vega. Kyoguchi inked a multi-fight contract with Matchroom Boxing, which would be in charge of promoting Kyoguchi’s abroad fights, as this was his American debut.

After being idle for a year and a half, Kyoguchi returned to the ring for the first time against Thanongsak Simsri on November 2, 2020, after pulling out due to COVID-19 that he and his corner contracted. As a clear favourite in the betting, Hiroto Kyoguchi entered the fight. Throughout the fight, Kyoguchi traded power strikes with his shorter opponent in the clinch or the pocket despite being 7 inches taller and having a 6 inch reach advantage.

Many boxing analysts anticipated that the champion would use a different approach. After the fifth round, the bout was declared over after Vega withdrew due to a hand injury. His hand had already been hurt in earlier rounds, but a right overhead hand in the fifth round made it worse, necessitating Vega’s withdrawal.

Kyoguchi Vs. Teraji – On November 1, 2022, Hiroto Kyoguchi competed in a title unification match against Kenshiro Teraji, the two-time WBC light flyweight champion. It was just the second unification fight between reigning Japanese champions, and the victor was anticipated to become the first acknowledged lineal champion in more than ten years since Giovani Segura relinquished his title in 2011.

Kyoguchi Vs. Bermudez – The WBA mandated that Kyoguchi compete in a unification battle against WBA Regular champion Esteban Bermudez on June 10, 2021. On September 16, DAZN revealed that Bermudez would voluntarily defend his championship against Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez, who had never lost. The WBA eventually acknowledged that Bermudez had not authorised his bout with Rodriguez since he was still committed to the scheduled title battle with Kyoguchi. The WBA handed them a further ten days on October 21, 2021, to agree on the fight.

In addition, it said that a rematch would be scheduled “if there is no agreement or if any of the parties exhibit unwillingness to agree on the fight.” On November 12, 2021, the two teams finally reached an agreement for a championship consolidation fight. The battle would take place on January 15, 2022, in Mexico, at a location that would be announced later, it was confirmed on December 9, 2021.

The WBA gave match promoter Matchroom Boxing ten days starting on December 29, 2021, to provide evidence of clear intentions for the championship consolidation contest. As a result of Matchroom failing to offer sufficient evidence that a bout will actually take place, the WBA set a purse bid date for January 22, 2022. Kyoguchi withdrew from the scheduled purse bid due to an injury, so the WBA permitted Bermudez to make a voluntary title defence against Carlos Caizales on January 27, 2022.

The title fight against Bermudez was moved to June 10, 2022, and will now serve as the centrepiece of a DAZN broadcast card that will take place in Mexico City. Later, because Kyogochi’s staff was worried about how the higher elevation of Mexico City could impact him, the location was relocated to the Domo Alcalde in Guadalajara, Mexico. By stopping Bermudez with a barrage of punches at the 0:24 second mark of the eighth round, Kyoguchi successfully defended his title.

At the time of the break, he had a lead of 66-65 on the scorecards of two of the judges, while Bermudez had a 66-65 advantage. However, in the sixth and seventh rounds, Kyoguchi was docked a point for headbutting and rabbit punching, respectively, which prevented him from knocking Bermudez out in the seventh round. Due to a cut above his left eyelid that he sustained early in the second round, Bermudez was inspected by the ringside doctor after the conclusion of the second and seventh rounds.

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