Rob Brant vs Ryota Murata live streaming info
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Event: Rob Brant vs Ryota Murata
Location: EDION Arena Osaka, Japan
Date: July 12, 2019
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Rob Brant vs Ryota Murata: Live streaming preview
American WBA “regular” middleweight titleholder Robert Brant puts his title on the line on Friday night in Japan against Ryota Murata.
This is a rematch from the October 2018 fight in Las Vegas. On that occasion, Brant (25-1, 17 KOs) beat Murata to win the title after a unanimous decision.
Brant successfully defended his title back in February against Khasan Baysangurov.
This weekend’s fight will be the first time Murata (14-2, 11 KOs) has competed since he lost the belt to Brant.
Will Murata be a little too rusty to beat the champ?