By Joe Koizumi
Former WBO 105-pound champ Ryuya Yamanaka (16-3, 5 KOs), 108, returned to motion after a hiatus of three years and eight months, and impressively scored a tremendous TKO victory over Daisuke Sudo (7-8-3, no KO), 107, at 1:52 of the fifth spherical on Sunday in Kobe, Japan. Ryuya was as soon as recognized unable to struggle on due to subdural hematoma after his forfeiture of the WBO belt on the hand of Vic Saludar in July 2018, however the JBC’s new medical guideline allowed him to be eligible to struggle after three-time MRI exams. Dropping Sudo with a strong proper counter in spherical one, Yamanaka took the initiative and accelerated his assault so furiously that the ref lastly known as a halt within the deadly fifth.
Promoter: Shinsei Promotions.