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Inoue's Impressive Ninth-Round Stoppage of Ancajas Sets Stage for Nakatani Showdown

Takuma Inoue showcased his dominance in the bantamweight division with a spectacular performance, stopping Jerwin Ancajas in the ninth round to successfully defend his WBA title at Tokyo’s Kokugikan.

In a display of skill and power, Inoue sealed the victory just 44 seconds into the ninth round with a devastating right hand to the body, marking one of the most significant wins of his career.

From the outset, it was clear that Inoue was in control, landing crisp right hands early in the fight. Despite Ancajas’ size advantage, the Filipino struggled to find his rhythm against the precision and speed of Inoue’s punches.

Throughout the contest, Inoue’s counter-punching prowess was evident, consistently landing effective shots while frustrating Ancajas with his movement and accuracy. Despite a brief resurgence from Ancajas in the middle rounds, Inoue remained composed and continued to dictate the pace of the fight.

In the pivotal ninth round, Inoue delivered the decisive blow with a well-timed right hand to the body, sending Ancajas to the canvas with a delayed reaction. The referee quickly waved off the fight as it became evident that Ancajas was unable to continue.

Following his impressive victory, Inoue expressed his gratitude to his team and highlighted the confidence he gained from his performance. With his sights set on further success in the division, Inoue looks ahead to potential future matchups, including a showdown with WBC bantamweight champion Junto Nakatani.

Inoue’s dominant display against Ancajas solidifies his status as one of the top contenders in the bantamweight division and sets the stage for exciting future matchups in the world of boxing.

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