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Teraji vs. Budler: Prediction, Odds, Date, Stats

Kenshiro Teraji (The Amazing Boy) defends his WBA (Unified), WBC, and The Ring light-flyweight titles against Hekkie Budler (The Hexecutioner). Let's take a look at the stats, odds of winning, and the prediction for this fight.

Kenshiro Teraji vs. Hekkie Budler
Kenshiro Teraji vs. Hekkie Budler


This fight between Kenshiro Teraji and Hekkie Budler took place on at the Ariake Arena, Tokyo, Japan.

Tale of the Tape

At 164 cm, Kenshiro Teraji is the taller of the two by 4 cms; Hekkie Budler is 160 cm. Despite being the shorter fighter, Budler has longer reach of 165 cm, which is 2 cms longer than Teraji's 163 cm. Budler also has a 6 cm ape index advantage over Teraji.

Teraji is coming in to this fight with a record of 21-1 (13 KOs). His last fight was 5 months and 10 days ago against Anthony Olascuaga, which he won via 9th round TKO.

Anthony Olascuaga's boxing career

Budler comes in with a record of 35-4 (11 KOs). His last fight was 4 months and 13 days ago against Wichet Sengprakhon, which he won via 1st round KO.

Both the fighters fight out of the orthodox stance.

On the day of the fight, Teraji will be 31 years and 8 months old. Budler will be 35 years and 4 months old.

Prediction and Odds

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After considering the both the fighters' stats and their performance patterns, the winning odds is calculated to be at 70-30 in favor of Kenshiro Teraji. Here is the prediction for Teraji vs Budler.

Kenshiro Teraji should win this fight. It is going to be very hard for Hekkie Budler to win this one.


Kenshiro Teraji defeated Hekkie Budler via 9th round TKO. Budler's 3 fight win streak comes to an end, and Teraji advances his win streak to 4. Teraji is now 22-1, and Budler 35-5.

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