Janet Kolovkin and Riota Murata clash for the WBA and IBF Middleweight World Championships from Tokyo. Learn tables and channels to watch live.
Next Saturday Janet Kolovkin returns to the ring to reunite for the WBA and IBF Middleweight World Championships against Japan’s Ryota Murata. In turn, the boxing world will watch everything that happens because if Kazak wins, he will be one step away from fighting. Saúl alvarez for WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO and The Ring Super Middleweight world titles.
KO’s win in Miami had to wait more than a year to return as one of the most feared middleweights of the last ten, after last appearing against Camille Ceremetta.. On the other hand, he was expected to face the Japanese last December, but new restrictions by the health government regarding the Omicron variant led to the adjournment of the case.
Finally, Janet Kolovkin returned to Tokyo on Saturday, at the age of 40, having won 41 fights against Sal Alvarez, 36 KO, with a record of one defeat and one draw.. The one in front is coming The 36-year-old Riota Murada has 16 wins, 13 KO, and two defeats to Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam and TKO’s rap brand in the second round..
On the other hand, there are two big questions in this fight. One wonders if the Japanese are ready to compete in world boxing, while after being inactive for more than a year in the Kazakh nation it remains to be seen if they can win without any discomfort and put up a great fight..
Ryota Murata vs Tables and Channels. Janet Kolovkin
This fight will be promoted by Matchroom Boxing and, like all its cards, will be broadcast on the DAZN platform in more than 200 countries. In this way, in View Argentina, Chile and Uruguay from 7:30, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru from 5:30, US 6:30 East, Pacific 3:30 and Center 4:30.
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