China’s Wulan Tuolehazi and Japan’s Sho Kimura made weight for their Wednesday showdown for the World Boxing Association (WBA) international flyweight title to be held at the SpacePlus Arena in Bangkok, Thailand.
Both were under 112 pounds and are ready to fight for the regional crown in the main event organized by Max Power Promotions.
Tuolehazi will arrive from China for a great opportunity in the ring. He comes in with two wins in a row and has won 10 of his last 11 fights, a streak that has earned him this opportunity.
He will not have an easy night as he will face Kimura, a world renowned Japanese and former world champion who has the goal of getting a new opportunity for the top belt, so he needs this victory and starts as a favorite.
Tuolehazi has 15 wins, 4 losses, 1 draw and 7 knockouts, while Limura has 19 wins, 3 losses, 3 draws and 12 knockouts.