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Naoya Inoue Super-Bantamweight Dominance Rewrites Boxing History!

In a colossal Boxing Day showdown in Tokyo, Japanese sensation Naoya Inoue carved his name deeper into boxing lore, claiming a historic victory and becoming the undisputed super-bantamweight champion after an exhilarating stoppage win over Marlon Tapales. Inoue, famously known as ‘The Monster,’ showcased his relentless prowess, electrifying the crowd in a tenacious battle against the resilient Filipino southpaw.

Despite the overwhelming odds favoring Inoue, Tapales put up a fierce fight, pushing the Japanese champion to his limits. In a dramatic turn of events, Inoue floored Tapales in the fourth round, setting the stage for an intense six-round battle before the referee halted the fight in the 10th round. With this triumph, the 30-year-old magnified his unblemished professional record to 26 wins, 23 of which have come by way of knockout.

Inoue’s achievement doesn’t end there—he etched his name in boxing history, joining an elite league as only the second fighter in the four-belt era to claim undisputed championship status in two weight divisions. Just a year ago, Inoue held all four bantamweight titles before ascending to the super-bantamweight throne in a remarkable display of dominance.

The Japanese maestro’s rapid ascent to the top tier of boxing saw him conquer the super-bantamweight division within two fights, dazzling fans with his overwhelming prowess. While talks of moving up a division swirl, Inoue’s immediate focus remains fixed on potential bouts in the 122lb division, with discussions brewing about a face-off against his WBC mandatory challenger, Luis Nery, slated for May.

As Inoue stands tall as a four-weight world champion, his triumphant conquests and electrifying performances continue to captivate the boxing world, setting the stage for an exhilarating journey into the future.

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