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Ancajas and Inoue on Weight, Ready for Championship Showdown in Tokyo

In a pivotal clash at Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, the stage is set for a high-stakes battle as former super flyweight champion Jerwin Ancajas and WBA world bantamweight champion Takuma Inoue both successfully made weight for their 118-pound world championship bout on February 24.

Ancajas, boasting a record of 34-3-2 with 23 knockouts, confidently tipped the scales at 53.4 kilos (117.4 pounds). His opponent, the defending champion Inoue, with a record of 18-1 and 4 KOs, matched Ancajas’ weight, signaling their readiness for an intense showdown in the ring.

The undercard features another Filipino warrior, Jonas Sultan, a two-time world title challenger, set to face Riku Masuda in an eight-round bantamweight contest. Both fighters showed their determination by hitting the 53.4-kilo mark, solidifying the official status of their matchup.

As the boxing world awaits this championship event, the spotlight is on Ancajas and Inoue, two accomplished fighters, prepared to leave everything in the ring for the coveted 118-pound world title.

In addition to the main event, Sultan’s clash with Masuda adds an extra layer of excitement to the fight night. With all contenders making weight, anticipation is building for an evening of thrilling and competitive bouts in Tokyo.

With the fighters demonstrating their commitment to the sport and the fans eagerly awaiting the action, the stage is set for a memorable night of world-class boxing. Stay tuned as Ancajas, Inoue, Sultan, and Masuda step into the ring to showcase their skills and determination.

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