Next fight of Shinsuke Yamanaka is not determined yet.
In a clash of two undefeated fighters, official challenger Luis Nery (24-0, 18 KOs) scored a sensational TKO victory in the fourth round over Shinsuke Yamanaka (27-1-2, 19 KOs) and took away his WBC bantamweight title in the main event in Japan's Kyoto.
Unbeaten WBC bantamweight champ Shinsuke Yamanaka (27-0-2, 19 KOs) successfully kept his belt as he decked Mexican Carlos Carlson (22-2, 13 KOs) five times and halted him at 0:57 in the seventh round on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan. The 34-yer-old Japanese southpaw, making his twelfth defense, sent him to the canvas—twice in the fifth, once in the sixth and twice more in the final seventh.
World ranked bantamweight contender Carlos Carlson (22-1, 13 KOs) is getting what all boxers dream of, but very few actually realize, a shot at a world title. Carlson, who is based in Tijuana, Mex., will travel to Tokyo, Japan to fight WBC Champion Shinsuke Yamanaka (26-0-2, 18 KOs) on Thursday, March 2.
Shinsuke Yamanaka's record currently stands at 26 wins, 1 lose and 2 draws.
Shinsuke Yamanaka's last fight took place against Luis Nery on Aug. 15, 2017, in Kyoto, Japan. He lost by TKO in the 4 round. That fight was 1 month and 6 days ago.
Yamanaka's last 3 fights have come over a period of 1 year, 5 months and 11 days, meaning he has been fighting on average every 5 months and 23 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 23 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 7 rounds on average.
Yamanaka was born in Japan.
Yamanaka fights from a southpaw, which means he favours his left hand as his power hand when fighting.
Shinsuke Yamanaka doesn't currently have a fight scheduled
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