Jonathan Gonzalez vs Shokichi Iwata: start time, undercard and everything you need to know

Jonathan Gonzalez vs Shokichi Iwata: start time, undercard and everything you need to know

Jonathan Gonzalez and Shokichi Iwata are set to go head to head in the ring on Tuesday, November 1 in a lesser flyweight title session. We separate when the battle starts and how to watch the full card.

The lesser flyweight division will be displayed in Saitama, Japan early Tuesday morning. Hiroto Kyoguchi and Kenshiro Teraji go head to head to bind together the WBA and WBC titles, however that session will be gone before by a WBO title battle.


TUESDAY, NOV. 1, 2022


Time: 5:00 AM EST or 2:00 AM PST

When is Gonzalez vs Iwata?

Jonathan Gonzalez is set to face Shokichi Iwata on Tuesday first November 2022 at Super Field in Saitama.

The battle is booked for 12 rounds in the Jr Flyweight division, and that implies as far as possible will be 108 pounds (7.7 stone or 49 KG).

This challenge is for the WBO jr flyweight title of the world.

This battle will show up on the undercard of Kenshiro Teraji’s and Hiroto Kyoguchi’s conflict for the WBA Very World Light Flyweight and WBC World Light Flyweight title. Likewise, on the undercard will be Shuichiro Yoshino’s and Masayoshi Nakatani’s challenge and Junto Nakatani’s and Francisco Rodriguez Jr’s session.

What time does Gonzalez vs Iwata start?

The fighters are expected to ringwalk at around 9:00 AM UTC at Super Arena, Saitama, Japan, which is 5:00 AM EST or 2:00 AM PST on the West Coast of America, or 9:00 AM GMT in the UK.

Who is showing Gonzalez vs Iwata?

Gonzalez vs Iwata will be broadcast on DAZN Global in the UK, while the fight will be broadcast in the United States by ESPN+.

How do you stream Gonzalez vs Iwata?

You can stream Gonzalez vs Iwata via the DAZN global app and platform in the UK & most countries in the world. You can download the app for PC, Apple, Android, Fire TV, Roku, your Smart TV and many others.

How to watch Jonathan González vs. Shokichi Iwata

The main card for this event is getting started at 4:30 a.m. ET, which is 5:30 p.m. local time in Saitama. The Gonzalez-Iwata bout is expected to be the last of the undercard, so we could be looking at a 6:30 or 7 a.m. fight time. This will depend on how long the rest of the card lasts and if this is in fact the last fight before the main event.

Fighter history

González comes into the session with a 26-3-1 (1 NC) record and will make his second guard of the WBO title. He came out on top for the championship last October with a split choice success over Elwin Soto. He made his most memorable safeguard of the title this previous June, guaranteeing a consistent choice success over Imprint Anthony Barriga.

Iwata is 9-0 and having his most memorable significant title chance. He won the empty Japanese junior flyweight title last November with a 10th round technical knockout of Rikito Shiba. He has made two protections while likewise guaranteeing the OPBF and WBO Asia Pacific titles in a choice win over Kenichi Horikawa this previous July.

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