2017 BOXING fight – Shinsuke Yamanaka vs Carlos Carlson – full fight Video WBC

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2 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2017-03-02, some good exchanges between Shinsuke Yamanaka and Carlos Carlson but it is not enough to get three stars: it gets two.

The undefeated Wbc champion Shinsuke Yamanaka entered this fight with a professional record of 26-0-2 (18 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.1 bantamweight in the world. He fought twice last year winning over Liborio Solis (=Yamanaka vs Solis) and Anselmo Moreno (4-stars fight, Yamanaka vs Moreno 2).
His opponent, Carlos Carlson, has an official record of 22-1-0 (13 knockouts) and he entered as the No.41 in the same weight class. He suffered his only loss at his first pro boxing fight in 2011, against Andres Tapia; since then he has collected 22 consecutive victories beating Giovanni Caro and Alex Rangel in 2016. Shinsuke Yamanaka vs Carlos Carlson is valid for the WBC World bantamweight title. Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2017-03-02

Where: Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan

Division: bantamweight (118 lbs, 53.5 kg)

Title: WBC World bantamweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Shinsuke Yamanaka def. Carlos Carlson (TKO at 0:57, round 7)

 

Yamanaka’s previous fight: Shinsuke Yamanaka vs Anselmo Moreno 2

 

 

Yamanaka vs Carlson Fight Video:

(Free embeddable video hosted on Youtube and not uploaded by AllTheBestFights)

  • Olivier Veillette

    Good fight! I remember No10Count, you said Yamanaka should throw more shots to the body. Well, you got served, especially in the 3rd in which he did a lot of dammage targeting Carlson stomach. We saw right after that in the 4th that Carlson’s legs had gotten very heavy. As I already pointed out in another of his fight, to me Yamanaka is a true counterpunch artist. Carlson was no match. Yamanaka’s biggest flaw is that he tends to keep his guard a little low for my own taste, considering his vulnerable jaw.

  • No10Count

    Oliver – you missed used the phrase “you got served”.
    If I said he needed to use body shots and he did, then it would be the opposite of that. You could use the phrase in regards to Carlson’s night.

    And agree those straight lefts to the body in the 3rd did do some major damage.

    At 34 Yamanaka is at the end of his career.
    And I wouldn’t see that his low esk guard is his only flaw – head dead center and his right is of no consequence.

    I even think Carlson hurt him more than once in this fight. Something that should never have happened due to Carlson being so inferior.

    How the hell are these guys 5’7″-5’10” weighing a 118lbs?