Naoya Inoue is one of the best fighters on the planet and certainly one of the biggest punchers in a P4P sense. He regularly stops world champions in one or two rounds and makes fights that should be hard look like he’s fighting novice journeymen. Due to all this it makes this fight hard toContinue reading “Naoya Inoue versus Aran Dipaen breakdown”
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Naoya Inoue versus Michael Dasmarinas breakdown
This fight shouldn’t be all that competitive as Inoue is one of the best fighters in the world while Dasmarinas is a top twenty bantamweight but isn’t on the level of Inoue. I expect Inoue to knock Dasmarinas out within four or five rounds due to being the overall much better fighter and having aContinue reading “Naoya Inoue versus Michael Dasmarinas breakdown”
Naoya Inoue versus Jason Moloney breakdown
This is a good fight between two top ten Bantamweights though may still be uncompetitive as surprising as that sounds. Naoya Inoue is a top five P4P fighter in the world in my opinion and has been destroying everyone put in front of him. Jason Moloney is world level but isn’t an elite fighter andContinue reading “Naoya Inoue versus Jason Moloney breakdown”
My top 10 P4P list (1/10/2020)
This is the first time I’ve created a P4P list but after this i’ll update it every month or so. In the future I may make an extended P4P list up to 20 but for now its just going to be limited to the standard 10 fighters. 1.) Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (53-1-2) : Canelo isContinue reading “My top 10 P4P list (1/10/2020)”
Naoya Inoue versus Jason Moloney in the works.
Mike Coppinger has reported that Inoue and Moloney are in talks for a fight that will be broadcast on ESPN or ESPN+. No date or location has been talked about publicly yet but I do know that Top Rank wanted to bring Inoue over to fight in the USA pre-pandemic. It wouldn’t surprise me ifContinue reading “Naoya Inoue versus Jason Moloney in the works.”
Active fighters that will be in the Hall of Fame when they retire.
I think this is an interesting topic as it helps us appreciate the modern greats who are still active now and as a boxing fan its a fun topic to discuss. I think a lot of people in the boxing media like to downplay how good active boxers are and perhaps look with rose tintedContinue reading “Active fighters that will be in the Hall of Fame when they retire.”
Donaire vs Inoue Review
I’d like to start off this review by saying that I think the World boxing super series is the best thing to happen to the sport in a while. This year alone their finals have created two fight of the year contenders and also established a number one in every division they’ve held a tournamentContinue reading “Donaire vs Inoue Review”