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5 female title matches called ‘Queens Crest 2022’ to be held on Sept. 1 at Korakuen Hall

World Boxing Organization female atomweight title match between champion Nanae Suzuki of Shu Boxing Gym and challenger Yuko Kuroki of YuKO Fitness Boxing GYM will head the five female championship bouts dubbed ‘’Queens Crest 2022’’ on Sept. 1 at Tokyo’s Korakuen Hall, organizers said on July 21.

According to the organizers, the event, to be hosted by the Shinsei Promotions, Misako Promotions and DANGAN boxing, will also include International Boxing Federation female atomweight championship bout between champion Ayaka Miyao of Watanabe Boxing Gym and challenger Mika Iwakawa of Himeji-Kinoshita Boxing Gym.

Besides the two world title fights, Eri Matsuda of TEAM10COUNT will face Kaori Nagai of Shinsei Boxing gym for the vacant Oriental and Pacific Boxing Federation atomweight title match, while Mizuki Hiruta of Misako Boxing Gym will take on Hinami Yanai of Shinsei Boxing Gym for the vacant Japanese flyweight championship bout.

Sumire Yamanaka of the Shinsei gym will be pitted against Honoka Kano of Setagaya-Okura Boxing-Gym for the vacant WBO Asia-Pacific atomweight title match.
In addition to these, three female four-rounders are scheduled.

In the day’s press conference, Suzuki simply said, ‘’Since it will be my first title defense, I will do my best.’’ For her part, Kuroki said, ‘’It will be my first world title fight in a long time. I am determined to win the fight clearly so that I can cope with Ms. Miyao.’’

Miyao, setting the unification of the four world atomweight crowns as her target, said, ‘’I have always wanted to become stronger, and the unification of the titles of the four sanctioning bodies in the world would be an easiest way out.’’