In November 2019, Naoya Inoue and Nonito Donaire faced off in a tough bantamweight title match at Saitama Super Arena in Japan. Home’s favorite Inoue held his IBF and WBA superbelts with a 12-round unanimous decision victory, and now the two are rematching yet another main event with Porter on the line. Return to the location of that glittering collision.
Veteran Donaire (426, 28 Knockout) also puts his WBC title on the line after winning the belt in his next fight after losing to Inoue. The 39-year-old Filipino responded to the defeat to the Japanese by knocking out Nordine Oubaali last May and held the money in December with a suspension from Reymart Gavaro. Both wins took place in the fourth round.
On the other hand, Inoue (220, 19 KO) fought three times after defeating Donaire, won each match with KO, and remained undefeated. The 29-year-old player first defeated Jason Moloney in October 2020 with a seven-round stop, and then took only three rounds to defeat Michael Dasmarinas last June. Most recently, Inoue stopped Alandipen in December to secure the victory in the eighth round. Follow the live coverage and results from the undercard, in addition to the following round updates from Inoue vs. Donaire 2.
Naoya Inoue and Nonito Donaire finally met in the long-awaited rematch after offering an instant classic in 2019.
Inoue (220, 19 KO) held his WBA and IBF titles against the future Half of Famednea, but was cut and pushed to the maximum by veteran Filipinos.
The undefeated Japanese hero, although Donaire also has a great shape, showed a knockout power that trembled again with three consecutive victories from a distance.Donaire, now 39, stopped the previously undefeated Raymart Gavaro at Foursome last December, maintaining the WBC title and adding more brilliance to the truly delicious second leg.
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so anyone who later caught up with Boxrec was allowed to look, but it was a very noteworthy 36 minutes. It was a bit strange to see Takuma Inoue showing many aspects of the siblings’ game, but without the power of KO.
Had he been, Furuhashi would not have been able to absorb such a relentless flow of uppercuts. Inoue has risen to 161 (3 KO), and Kyogo Furuhashi’s career record is currently 2892.
7:35 pm JST / 6:35 am EST: Go to the championship round now and don’t expect the conditions set at this point to change. High-quality works continue to come from Takuma Inoue, but not enough to discourage Furuhashi, who continues to cultivate the future. times 7:20 pm JST / 6:20 am EST: There was a better moment for Furuhashi.