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    Default Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    So another big name in action this weekend. Top 4,5 P4P one man wrecking crew and all that. It's not the Casimero unification that was cancelled last year but if all goes well against his fellow Filipino Dasmarinas maybe the unification can be made. In the meantime it's nice to see one of the more talented stars that the sport has to offer in action. Mikaela Mayer on the undercard if you dig chick fights. Should be good.

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    I hope Inoue eye healed. Tough dude.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Sky have these fights on which are on at 4am. Do not know how popular they will be now that Eddie and the prime time slot is nearly gone.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford

    Naoya Inoue may be the greatest current boxer you’ve not yet heard of.

    Japan’s 28-year-old pound-for-pound sensation has emerged as a bona fide superstar in his homeland, but rarely fought overseas until very recently.


    As a young pro, Inoue shot to world level at just 6-0 and claimed the WBC light-flyweight title in 2014 aged only 20.

    He made one defence before jumping up two divisions to super-flyweight and dethroning the consensus king at the time – Omar Narvaez.

    Before facing Inoue, Narvaez was a long-reigning WBO champion who’d held titles in two divisions since 2002 and never been floored in his entire career.

    He’d only lost once – to the legendary Nonito Donaire – and this was a points defeat.

    When he stepped into the ring with the man known as ‘The Monster’, he was down within 30 seconds.

    After another 30 seconds, Narvaez was floored again and barely survived the opening session after being viciously pummelled to both head and body.

    Inoue completed his relentless demolition job in round two with two further knockdowns which left Narvaez unable to continue.

    This, in his eighth pro fight aged just 21, was a major statement.

    Inoue built his fame in Japan, making several title defences at super-flyweight before then moving up to bantamweight in 2018.

    He made his debut in the division by smashing highly rated British veteran Jamie McDonnell inside one round and then announced he was entering the World Boxing Super Series tournament.

    In the quarter-final, Inoue blasted out Juan Carlos Payano with a stunning one-punch KO in the first round.

    And then, in the semi-final, he brilliantly destroyed the unbeaten Emmanuel Rodriguez in two rounds to take his IBF title and become a three-weight world champion.

    The final was a tougher ask than expected as Inoue met the legendary Donaire.

    Together they produced 2019’s Fight of the Year as Inoue was rocked for the first time in his career and suffered a serious eye injury.

    Regardless, he still battled on and forced Donaire to the canvas with a body shot.

    Inoue ultimately prevailed by unanimous decision, unifying the WBA and IBF bantamweight titles while simultaneously collecting the Ring Magazine belt WBSS trophy.

    Now, Inoue has signed a co-promotional deal with US powerhouse Top Rank and is building his global profile.

    At 28, ‘The Monster’ is entering the prime of his already magnificent career.

    This weekend he is set to face his IBF mandatory Michael Dasmarinas.

    In truth, this is expected to be an easy night’s work for Inoue against an overmatched foe.

    Irrespective, it’ll likely be worth tuning in to see another masterful destruction from one of the sport’s best offensive fighters at present.

    Afterwards, we hope, further unifications and bigger fights await.

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Keeping it classy these two . Given Donaire and recent form a rematch we may really want!


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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Donaire is has a good relationship with Carl Frampton, remember he went out with him after their fight to a restaurant with the wives.

    Donaire must be a guy that everyone likes.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Card start delayed by good ol College baseball. Not like anyone is watching but there it is

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Card start delayed by good ol College baseball. Not like anyone is watching but there it is
    I am past waiting up to 3, 4 am to watch but caught as if live this morning (on 'All The Fights'). Inoue is something else. Dasmarinas was given nothing to work with. Inoue's body work was brutal and unrelenting but you can not get a Rizla in the spaces he leaves for opponents to try and do their own work. It may seem early to call him a modern great but I can't think of anyone else on this kind of level for quite a while. Great fighter to watch too with that KO reel growing, not just in number, but in depth and variety fight by fight.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Sky have shown the repeat of the fight about three times today so you can always catch it if you do not want to stay up for it.

    Inoue is p4p hardest puncher in boxing today. He boxed beautifully, good foot work, sharp reflexes, patient with his combinations and a truly vicious power puncher with either hand.

    Inoue knocked down his southpaw opponent in the 2nd round with a left hook to the body. He then finishes Dasmarinas the 3rd round knocking him down twice more with the left hooks to the body.

    Loma will be on next week.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Card start delayed by good ol College baseball. Not like anyone is watching but there it is
    I am past waiting up to 3, 4 am to watch but caught as if live this morning (on 'All The Fights'). Inoue is something else. Dasmarinas was given nothing to work with. Inoue's body work was brutal and unrelenting but you can not get a Rizla in the spaces he leaves for opponents to try and do their own work. It may seem early to call him a modern great but I can't think of anyone else on this kind of level for quite a while. Great fighter to watch too with that KO reel growing, not just in number, but in depth and variety fight by fight.
    Just a real pleasure to watch a guy calculate and laser in on weak points. If ever a fighter picked up the old Executioner moniker from Hopkins, it would fit Inoue. Things got late and had trouble on a couple posts so just watched the card. Looks like Nonito Donaire v John Casimero unification is set for August and all signs point to Inoue facing winner in total division unification of the belts. One thing at a time though . Another all belt unification tremendous for the sport and what the fans have always demanded.

    Undercard had a real brutal war with Adam Lopez v Isaac Dogboe with the former champ Dogboe taking a Maj. dec over 10. It was Dogboe taking some early rounds and Lopez really coming on hard in the late rounds landing clean sharp punches in bunches. Dogboe looked stunned a couple of times and honestly like he needed to be looked at hard in the corner but held on to get the iffy coin flip nod. Going in it looked like a 'loser packs their bag' match up but if anything Lopez deserves another high profile fight and Dogboe will get the same..or they could do it right and rematch for another brawl.

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford


    "Next to" my ass. He's head and shoulders above both of them. He fights (and beats) elite fighter after elite fighter. He fights EVERYone. There's no prima donna bullshit... no crap promoter issues... just big fight after big fight.

    He's fought more elite opposition in the last couple of years than both of the others put together.

    Unfortunately... lower weights don't sell.

    Which is why p4p lists don't mean shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford


    "Next to" my ass. He's head and shoulders above both of them. He fights (and beats) elite fighter after elite fighter. He fights EVERYone. There's no prima donna bullshit... no crap promoter issues... just big fight after big fight.

    He's fought more elite opposition in the last couple of years than both of the others put together.

    Unfortunately... lower weights don't sell.

    Which is why p4p lists don't mean shit.
    michael d wasn't a big fight. jason m? naoya had a broken face so it's all gravy. but it's not big fight after big fight
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    i think his left hook to the body is better than canelo's though
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Sky have shown the repeat of the fight about three times today so you can always catch it if you do not want to stay up for it.

    Inoue is p4p hardest puncher in boxing today. He boxed beautifully, good foot work, sharp reflexes, patient with his combinations and a truly vicious power puncher with either hand.

    Inoue knocked down his southpaw opponent in the 2nd round with a left hook to the body. He then finishes Dasmarinas the 3rd round knocking him down twice more with the left hooks to the body.

    Loma will be on next week.
    only the second non world title fight in loma's career
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford


    "Next to" my ass. He's head and shoulders above both of them. He fights (and beats) elite fighter after elite fighter. He fights EVERYone. There's no prima donna bullshit... no crap promoter issues... just big fight after big fight.

    He's fought more elite opposition in the last couple of years than both of the others put together.

    Unfortunately... lower weights don't sell.

    Which is why p4p lists don't mean shit.
    michael d wasn't a big fight. jason m? naoya had a broken face so it's all gravy. but it's not big fight after big fight

    Naoya had a broken face so... "it's all gravy"? WTF does that mean and how does that support your argument? Never mind.

    Let's see...

    Naoya's last 6 opponents have been: MacDonnell, Payano, Rodriguez, Donaire, Moloney, and Dasmarinas.

    Save for Dasmarinas, all have either been world champions or fought for a world championship. Sounds like a pretty good streak to me.

    These are Naoya's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    Now let's compare with Canelo's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    His opponents had records of: 8-21-2..... 3-7-2..... 4-14-2..... 17-0-1..... 5-17-2..... and 21-2.

    If you want to talk about his latest fights... his last six fights include "bouts" against Rocky Fielding and Avni Yildirim.

    Any questions?

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