Ken and Ganigan both vow to harvest victory!

By WBCboxing.com

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. ”

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