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    People on Tv and in print are saying this guy is a monster. Good fighter with some good movement. To me just watching video of him I believe he is way overrated. easy to be hit. Just a matter of time when gets in with a real top level fighter. am I missing something?.

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue

    Yes.

    He won the tournament destroying top rated opponents with brutal power. The veteran Donnaire did well going the distance but even that showed his heart because he was seriously injured to the eye and still won.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue

    He has really good power which is fight changing. He is also moves well and throws the right punches. He doesn’t waste punches by trying for the knockout. He sets up his knockouts. He proved against Donaire that he is tough by fighting through a broken jaw and still winning.

    I think he’s top 5 p4p. He has beaten some solid fighters and completely destroyed most of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Yes.

    He won the tournament destroying top rated opponents with brutal power. The veteran Donnaire did well going the distance but even that showed his heart because he was seriously injured to the eye and still won.
    Was it the eye? I thought it was the jaw. Either way, I remember he broke something

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Yes.

    He won the tournament destroying top rated opponents with brutal power. The veteran Donnaire did well going the distance but even that showed his heart because he was seriously injured to the eye and still won.
    Was it the eye? I thought it was the jaw. Either way, I remember he broke something
    Eye socket from Donnaire left look which is still destructive.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue

    Great feedback. I have a great deal of respect for my brothers here at Saddo boxing. I may have over look something. I don't put much stock in the donaire fight because he is 4-3 in his last 7 fights. As I said he is good but a top pound for pound, I need to see more.

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    Naoya Inoue is the biggest p4p puncher in boxing today.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue

    as a amateur fighter in the Army and later a trainer I like to study film. I see a good fighter in Naoya. Good moment and is a busy fighter. Both things I like. I also see some big mistakes. When he is coming in to punch he is so wide open. A good counter puncher could really make him pay for that. People called me crazy when I said the same thing about Vic Darchinyan. People had him at #1 p4p.

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    Inoue has crazy ring awareness and anticipation. You don't do what he's done to absolutely top-flight fighters without being a #1 p4p candidate. He was due a war, just so we could see the other side of him... whether he'd have the stamina and heart to win a war... and we got that against Donaire. I don't think he's overrated at all.

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue

    Inoue is top drawer in my book. Lot of power for a small guy. Very good ringcraft as well. Top 3 or 4 p4p in my book.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue

    His chin up style will get him sparked sooner or later but it’s probably not going to be soon. And there will be more top quality wins along the way.

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue

    Inoue's resume is one of the strongest in all of boxing. In 19 bouts he's 14-0 in "world" title fights. Beat 8 current/former "world" champions. Donaire is a first ballot HOF-er, was in great form and only ever defeated in higher weightclasses.

    Compare that with Crawford - In 36 bouts he's 14-0 in "world" title fights. Beat 7 current/former "world" champions.

    Spence - 26 bouts he's 5-0 in "world" title fights. Beat 5 current/former "world" champions.

    Wilder - 44 bouts he's 10-1-1 in "world" title fights. Beat 1 current/former "world" champions.

    Just because fans don't know smaller weight champions doesn't mean they're hype jobs. The smaller weightclasses never get the same respect or attention for obvious reasons.
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