July 9, 2016


Unbeaten 19-year-old son of ex-WBC bantam titlist, Juiki Tatsuyoshi (5-0, 3 KOs), 121, proved too powerful and pugnacious?if not technical?in dropping Indonesian #5 bantam Rio Nainggolan (6-3, 2 KOs), 121.5, three times en route to a fine stoppage at 2:11 of the third round in a scheduled six on Saturday in Osaka, Japan. Juiki, the son of three-time WBC 118-pound champ Joichiro, exclusively battered the game Indonesian at the side of the belly and sent him to the deck on three occasions in the fatal session. Papa Tatsuyoshi criticized his sonfs performance, saying gJuiki must learn punching in combination more rather than throwing only many punches.h Joichiro kept talking before our press people and described him as still amateurish. But Juiki replied, gAlways my fatherfs advice is too long and persistent. I understood it, and Ifll show my improvement next time.h His son seems a good counterpuncher.

Promoter: Osaka Teiken Promotions.


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