Tenshin Nasukawa Bounces Back From Floyd Mayweather Loss With An Insane Cartwheel Kick Knockout Win Over Federico Roma
The 20-year-old Japanese kickboxing star Tenshin Nasukawa last suffered a loss from the hands of retired boxing icon, Floyd Mayweather Jr. in a special exhibition match at RIZIN 14 from inside Saitama Super Arena last December.
Nasukawa dismantled by Mayweather as the greatest pugilist hardly broke any sweat and put Japanese striker on his ass. Floyd popped and dropped Nasukawa three times in round one before Tenshin’s corner throw in the towel. That match was one of the biggest embarrassment in the history of combat sports.
Nasukawa returned back to the ring for the first time since a terrible loss to Mayweather. Undefeated Japanese striker clashed against Federico Roma at the RISE World Series 58-kilogram tournament.
Tenshin shocked his native Argentinian foe with an insane knockout kick that put Roma to sleep at 1:30 of round 3 that advanced Tenshin into semi-finals of The Rise World Series Tournament.
Watch the spectacular KO below:
The pose did it. pic.twitter.com/S3bTmtsdbG
— inxxane (@inxxane) March 10, 2019
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