The combat between the Chinese language Wulan Tuolehazi and the Japanese Sho Kimura, which occurred this Wednesday, in Bangkok, resulted in a draw so the World Boxing Affiliation (WBA) worldwide flyweight belt continues to be vacant.
It was a combat with a number of exchanges and with two boxers who gave their all within the ring. The parity proven by each in the course of the 10 rounds of the bout was evidenced within the scorecards of 97-93, 95-95 and 95-95 given by the judges.
Tuolehazi confirmed that he was prepared for this sort of problem and confronted a longtime fighter like Kimura, who confirmed his expertise and abilities in a frantic and bodily demanding combat.
After the combat, Tuolehazi’s report stands at 15 wins, 4 losses, 2 attracts and seven knockouts, whereas Kimura now has a report of 19 wins, 3 losses, 3 attracts and 12 knockouts.