Naoya Inoue needs to be undisputed, searching for Casimero and Donaire
Unified bantamweight champion Naoya “The Monster” Inoue (20-0, 17ko) is ready to tackle IBF necessary fighter Michael Dasmarinas (30-2-1, 20ko) on June 19. Nonetheless, he needs to develop into undisputed by preventing a rematch with WBC champion Nonito Donaire and WBO champion John Riel Casimero. The Monster is without doubt one of the prime pound-for-pound fighters within the sport of boxing. He has received a championship in three completely different weight divisions and has a stellar resume. He’s additionally one of many explanation why the smaller weight division is having fun with a lot consideration.
In 2019, throughout the World Boxing Tremendous Sequence event, Inoue handed IBF champion Emmanuel Rodriguez his first profession defeat through devastating second-round knockout. The finals noticed The Monster face then WBA champion Donaire, who turned again the fingers of time together with his efficiency. Regardless of having each of his orbital bones damaged, Inoue was capable of get the unanimous determination. Donaire has since regained a championship by upsetting WBC champion Nordine Oubaali on May 29.
Casimero has been on the heels of Inoue since his shock upset victory over the WBO champion Zolani Tete again in November 2019. Equally necessary, followers thought the combat between Inoue and Casimero was going to happen when it was introduced again in 2020. Nonetheless, the COVID-19 pandemic stopped the combat from taking place. In September 2020, Casimero would return in to ring with another brutal third-round destruction of Duke Micah.
Inoue was interviewed throughout the intermission of ESPN’s Shakur Stevenson vs Jeremiah Nakathila combat. He has loved an amazing quantity of success, and he was requested what nonetheless motivates him.
“For proper now, my motivation is to unify all 4 titles, so you might have Casimero and Donaire. That’s who I wish to combat. That’s my motivation for now.”
By: Garrisson Bland
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