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Santiago vs. Nakatani: Prediction, Odds, Date, Stats

Alejandro Santiago (Peque) defends his WBC bantamweight title against Junto Nakatani. Let's take a look at the stats, odds of winning, and the prediction for this fight.

Alexandro Santiago vs. Junto Nakatani
Alexandro Santiago vs. Junto Nakatani

Date

This fight between Alexandro Santiago and Junto Nakatani took place on at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan, Tokyo, Japan.

Tale of the Tape

At 170 cm, Junto Nakatani is the taller of the two by 11 cms; Alexandro Santiago is 159 cm. Besides being the taller fighter, with a reach of 170 cm, Nakatani also has reach advantage of 4 cms over Santiago's 166 cm. Santiago has a 7 cm ape index advantage over Nakatani.

Santiago is coming in to this fight with a record of 28-3-5 (14 KOs). His last fight was 6 months and 26 days ago against Nonito Donaire, which he won via 12 round unanimous decision.

Nonito Donaire's boxing career

Nakatani comes in with an undefeated record of 26-0 (19 KOs). His last fight was 5 months and 6 days ago against Argi Cortes, which he won via 12 round unanimous decision.

Argi Cortes' boxing career

Alexandro Santiago fights out of the orthodox stance, while Junto Nakatani fights out of the southpaw stance.

On the day of the fight, Santiago will be 28 years old. Nakatani will be 26 years and 1 month 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 69-31 in favor of Junto Nakatani. Here is the prediction for Santiago vs Nakatani.

Junto Nakatani should win this fight. It is going to be very hard for Alexandro Santiago to win this one.

Result

Junto Nakatani defeated Alexandro Santiago via 6th round TKO. Santiago's 4 fight win streak comes to an end, and Nakatani advances his win streak to 27. Nakatani is now 27-0, and Santiago 28-4-5.

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