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Coming up we have a welterweight MMA rules bout between Kantaro Hoshino and Jaun-Paul Fredrickson. Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.

165 cm
174 lbs
22 - 6 - 1
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180 lbs
10 - 5 - 1
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World class boxer
Insanely flexible
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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 5 rounds, for the welterweight championship of the world!
Introducing the champion to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 22 wins, 6 losses and 1 draws, fighting out of St Petersburg, Kantaro Hoshino!
And introducing the challenger to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 10 wins, 5 losses and 1 draws, fighting out of London, Jaun-Paul Fredrickson!
The judges for this bout are Colin Fotheringham, Sam Margolis and Paul Tew.

The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Hoshino lands a powerful looking uppercut that connected with his opponent's jaw.

It looks like Jaun-Paul Fredrickson has been cut.
Both fighters are looking to counter, which isn't making for the most exciting fight in the world.
Hoshino scores with a shot to the body.
Fredrickson uses good footwork to avoid the strikes from Hoshino.
Fredrickson is looking for the big counter here.
Hoshino misses with a right hand
and Fredrickson counters with a lovely straight right hand!
The crowd cheers as Hoshino lands an impressive looking overhand right. Fredrickson doesn't seem phased though.
We've been told by Hoshino's head coaches at Rings Russia that he's been working on his takedown defense in preparation for this fight.
Fredrickson takes a body punch but keeps moving.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Hoshino lands with a nice body punch.
Fredrickson throws a monster uppercut resembling something out of street fighter but it doesn't land.
A quick step to the side and Hoshino tries to counter with a shot to the body but it doesn't connect.
Fredrickson just misses with a punch to the body.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Hoshino scores with a jab to the body.
Hoshino throws a big shot that misses.
Fredrickson slips under a jab.
Fredrickson throws an off balance right hand
and Fredrickson takes a counter punch right on the button for his troubles.
Hoshino misses with a looping right.
Fredrickson throws a counter combo.
Fredrickson uses decent footwork to sidestep a right hand from Hoshino.
A little jabbing left from Fredrickson on the counter but it doesn't find it's target.
Kantaro Hoshino is looking to keep the fight on the feet at all costs.
Hoshino is the aggressor but that punch slipped nicely by Fredrickson.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Hoshino uses some good footwork to avoid the body shot by Fredrickson.
Fredrickson misses with a hook

and Hoshino counters with a crisp one two that drops Fredrickson! Hoshino thinks about following him to the mat for a moment but instead steps back and waves Fredrickson to his feet! Fredrickson is in big trouble!

Fredrickson has closed the distance and engaged Hoshino in a clinch.
The crowd are loving this. Great action here.
A head punch blocked on the inside by Hoshino.
Fredrickson fails to land with a short punch on the inside.

Hoshino breaks the clinch and we're back to striking at distance.
Hoshino scores with a body shot.
Hoshino with a jab.
Hoshino tries to land with a swinging hook to the body but Fredrickson was well out of range. Poor timing from Hoshino.
A little jabbing left from Fredrickson on the counter but it doesn't find it's target.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Fredrickson swings wildly with a couple of big hooks
and Hoshino counters with a lovely shot to the body.
Hoshino lands a head shot.
Hoshino walks forward and throws a big overhand right! Fredrickson drops to the floor like a sack of potatoes! Hoshino swarms on him with more punches until the referee wrestles him away from Fredrickson's unconscious body! Wow, that was brutal!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 3:32 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Kantaro Hoshino!
Kantaro Hoshino retains his welterweight title!
Kantaro Hoshino gave a mention to On Tap (160Q & Laundry) in his post fight interview. That will please them (and hopefully generate some sales).
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