Tag: #NaoyaInoue

Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of November 7th)

By Tré Berry & Jon Uddin🖊️🖊️ | 11/04/2020

Jon Uddin and Tré Berry looks to give in-depth analysis of the news surrounding the boxing world, including Deontay Wilder’s wildest claims, Naoya Inoue’s further exposure on a global scale, Gervonta Davis maturation process, and where he currently stands in the big picture. Continue reading “Sparring Session🥊🥊: (Week of November 7th)”

Naoya Inoue’s Headliner USA Debut a Knockout – Also Knocks Out Moloney in 7 to Make a Grand Entrance

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 10/31/2020

Those who have been watching him in Japan already knew, but for a curious American audience of the casual contingent, RING/WBA/IBF Bantamweight King 👑🇯🇵Naoya “Monster” Inoue (20-0-0, 17KO👊) showcased exactly how good he is, and how much of a threat he is to the rest of the division as he shut out world class contender 🇦🇺Jason Moloney (21-2-0, 18KO👊) before putting him out of his misery by way of one punch knockout in the 7th round. Continue reading “Naoya Inoue’s Headliner USA Debut a Knockout – Also Knocks Out Moloney in 7 to Make a Grand Entrance”

Their Stories: “The Rising Son” – A Journey Towards Becoming Japan’s Vanguard of Boxing (Naoya Inoue) 🇯🇵

By Tré Berry III🖊️ | 10/29/2020

There was a point right before signing up for the World Boxing Super Series tournament that Bantamweight Champion of the World 👑🇯🇵Naoya “Monster” Inoue (19-0-0, 16KO👊) had been universally heralded by insiders and hardcore viewers as boxing’s best kept secret.  Moving through the weights in the first portion of his career, he not only defeated very good, and in some cases, excellent fighters, he destroyed them without remorse or any inkling of mercy. Continue reading “Their Stories: “The Rising Son” – A Journey Towards Becoming Japan’s Vanguard of Boxing (Naoya Inoue) 🇯🇵”

More Casimero Please – John Riel Looks to Defend New Title for First Time Against Duke Micah

Boxing’s comeback kid is back, as he is looking to ride the momentum he established after winning a title in late 2019.  WBO Bantamweight World Titleholder 🇵🇭John Riel Casimero (29-4-0, 20KO) will vie to make his 1st title defense against Ghanaian #1 WBO contender 🇬🇭Duke Micah (24-0-0, 19KO), which will be shown on the Charlo-Derevyanchenko/Charlo-Rosario Pay Per View undercard. Continue reading “More Casimero Please – John Riel Looks to Defend New Title for First Time Against Duke Micah”