Boxing: Ryota Murata vs. Rob Brant Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue | Boxing TV
On Friday, July 12, Rob Brant goes to Osaka, Japan to confront Ryota Murata in a middleweight rematch, for the WBA “world” title that Brant took from Murata last October.
Five months after Horn lost the WBO welterweight title to Terence Crawford in June 2018, the Australian warrior climbed to middleweight for his next battle, which was a first-round knockout win over previous victor Anthony Mundine. From that point forward, Horn would proceed to be positioned in the main five on both the WBA and WBO rankings at 160 pounds.
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After Horn beats Zerafa – in the event that he beats Zerafa – he is focusing on Brant’s title and hoping to battle him after Brant’s next title protection. Brant will confront previous titlist Ryota Murata on July 12 in Japan in a rematch of their October 2018 battle in Las Vegas, where Brant commanded Murata in transit to an unequivocal title win.
Burglarize “Bravo” Brant and Ryota Murata have a difficult shared history. They pursued a head to head fight last October in Las Vegas that saw Brant wrest the WBA middleweight title far from Murata by means of consistent choice. (photographs by Naoki Fukuda).
Brant (25-1, 17 KO) was the longshot the previous fall when he took on Murata in Las Vegas, and pulled off an unexpected success, yet a shockingly overwhelming exhibition, winning a wide (and merited) choice.
Murata (14-2, 11 KO) hasn’t battled since the misfortune to Brant, while Brant was out on Feb. 15, beating Khasan Baysangurov by means of eleventh round TKO in Minnesota. Ryota Murata vs. Rob Brant