Matchroom signs two-division champion Hiroto Kyoguchi

Matchroom Boxing has added another great addition to its stable.

Two-division world champion Hiroto Kyoguci is now part of Eddie Hearn’s team. The 27-year-old Japanese is the current WBA “Super” light fly champion of the world.

His pro record stands at 14 wins and 0 losses.

“I will give it my all and show honor in this sport as a proud Japanese world champion,” said Kyoguchi. “I’m ready!”

“I’m delighted to welcome two-division champion Hiroto Kyoguchi to the Matchroom Boxing team,” said Matchroom’s Eddie Hearn. “As we continue our global expansion we welcome our first Japanese World Champion to Matchroom and look forward to our first show there in 2021. I look forward to a long and successful relationship with him and his manager Eddy Reynoso.”

“It is an honor to work with the best promoter in the world in Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing,” said Reynoso of No Boxing No Life management. “Thanks also to Hiroto Kyoguchi for having the confidence to let me represent him. We look forward to a big future together.”

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