Kohei Kono Profile
What is Kohei Kono's Record?
Kohei Kono's record currently stands at 33 wins, 12 loses and 1 draw.
Of those 33 wins, he's stopped 14 of his opponents, so his current knock-out ratio is 42%.
Of his 12 loses, he's been stopped 2 times.
He's boxed a total of 345 rounds, meaning his professional fights last 7.5 rounds on average.
What was Kono's last fight?
Kohei Kono's last fight took place against Jason Moloney's on 19th May 2018, in Victoria, Australia. He lost by in the 6th round. That fight was 2 years and 4 months ago.
Where is Kohei Kono From?
Kono was born in Japan.
How Old Is Kohei Kono?
Kohei Kono is currently 39 years old. He was born on 23rd November 1980, so he will turn 40 in 2 months and 1 day.
How long has Kono been fighting?
Kohei Kono made his professional debut in November 2000, so he has been a pro for 19 years and 10 months.
How tall is Kohei Kono?
Kono is 5' 6" (5 Foot and 6 inches) which is 167cm (1 meter and 67 centimetres).
What is Kono's Reach?
His reach is 67.7 inches (67.7") which is 172cm (1 meter and 72 centimetres).
What stance does Kohei Kono use?
Kono fights from a traditional orthodox stance, which means he favours his right hand as his power hand when fighting.
How can I stream Kohei Kono's Fight?
We don't have streaming details for Kohei Kono's next fight yet.
What are some recent Kohei Kono results?
Kono has beaten 2 of his last 5 opponents, stopping 1 of them, going the distance once.
In his last fight, he lost to Rex Tso on 7th October 2017 by technical decision in their 7 round contest at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, Hong Kong, China.
Previous to that, he had beat Yuranan Dokrathok on 23rd July 2017 by technical knockout in the 5th round at Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo, Japan.
Going into that contest, he had been beaten by Naoya Inoue on 30th December 2016 by technical knockout in the 6th round in their WBO World Junior Bantamweight championship fight at Ariake Colosseum, Auckland.
Before that, he had lost to Luis Concepcion on 31st August 2016 by unanimous decision in their WBA World Super Flyweight championship fight at Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo.
He had won against Tanawat Phonnaku on 27th April 2016 by unanimous decision in their WBA World Super Flyweight championship fight at Ota-City General Gymnasium, Tokyo.