Hiroto Kyoguchi Net Worth

Hiroto Kyoguchi’s net worth is $1 million. He is a Japanese professional Boxer. He has won 16 fights, and is undefeated in his professional boxing career 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. His is 5’4 feet tall.

Hiroto Kyoguchi

Personal Details

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

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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. 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. 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.

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.

FAQ

Who is Hiroto Kyoguchi ?

Hiroto Kyoguchi is a Japanese Boxer.

When was Hiroto born ?

He was born on November 27, 1993.

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