Hiroto Kyoguchi defeated South Africa’s Hekkie Budler a short time ago in Macao, China.

He did so in some fashion as well.

He stopped him inside the distance via TKO to improve his impressive undefeated record as a pro to 12-0 (9KO) and saw him become the Ring Magazine junior-flyweight champion of the world.

An impressive feat for only his 12th pro fight.

Before the stoppage came he attempted some rather unorthodox moves as well (hat tip to Ryan Songalia who’s provided some excellent coverage from the action in Asia this morning on Twitter):

Hiroto Kyoguchi tried to hit Hekkie Budler with the Shoryuken pic.twitter.com/CMHrNwYLdT— Ryan Songalia (@ryansongalia) December 31, 2018

Here’s the moment the fight ended:

Hekkie Budler’s corner stops the fight after the tenth round, Hiroto Kyoguchi is the new @ringmagazine junior flyweight champion! pic.twitter.com/XmQzXq2tBg— Ryan Songalia (@ryansongalia) December 31, 2018

And finally, here are the highlights of the fight for those who may not have had a chance to watch it:

Fight highlights for Hiroto Kyoguchi TKO10 Hekkie Budler. Kyoguchi is the new Ring magazine/WBA junior flyweight champ pic.twitter.com/MBBajnIWex— Ryan Songalia (@ryansongalia) December 31, 2018