Originally Posted by SugarShane_24
They have Roman Gonzales, Nishioka, Edwin Valero and Jorge Linares.
They build them up in Japan, gaining fanbase and respectable record.
Then gave them a better exposure and let them campaign in the US.
On the other hand, the guy who can truly be a star in the person of Takashi Uchiyama, he of the explosive punch and solid technique remains languishing in Japan.
I'm pretty sure he'll be a hit in the US with the type of power he has. I can only imagine fans waiting to see Uchiyama-Gamboa.
But then again, who are we to complain.
do understand these guys are making big money, way more than most guys under 135.