You reap as you sew, and WBC light flyweight champion Ken Shiro is determined to plant plenty of punches, while challenger Ganigan Lopez vows a combine harvest, in order to earn his daily bread.
World Boxing Council light flyweight champion, Japanese Ken Shiro (12-0, 6 KOs), will defend his title against tough Mexican fighter Ganigan Lopez (28-7, 17 KOs), this Friday at the Ota-City General Gymnasium of Japan, in a highly anticipated rematch.
Both warriors were face to face in the last official conference prior to the attractive and attentive fight they will hold.
“Since the first fight we had, I have changed a lot and I have improved my boxing. I want to be a lasting champion, I have a great team and that inspires me to continue to reap victories. I have every confidence that there will be a big difference in this rematch against Lopez, “said Shiro.
For his part Lopez said:
“We have already achieved the title of the world in Japan once and I am confident of repeating the feat and also taking revenge on Shiro. We had a great physical preparation, better than in other occasions in order to take the world title back to Mexico. ”