The next pairing of super brothers appear to be the Inoue's who were both victorious earlier today.
The first of the Inoue's in action was the debuting Takuma Inoue (1-0) who made a successful start to his professional career by out pointing the nationally ranked Tatsuya Fukuhara (12-4-3, 3). Takuma Inoue dropped just a sole round as he took a unanimous decision with scores of 59-55, 59-55 and 59-56.
Of course when we talk about the Inoue brother's the one that has everyone excited is Naoya Inoue (5-0, 4). Naoya, fighting for just the 5th time as a professional made light work of Filipino Jerson Mancio (18-4-3, 9) stopping him in round 5. This victory sees Inoue claiming the OPBF Light Flyweight title, which was previously vacant, and taking one more step towards a world title.
Although Mancio is now 0-3 in Japan it's worth noting that Inoue took just 1 round more to stop him than Ryo Miyazaki. Just 3 fights after Miyazaki beat Mancio, Miyazaki himself became a world champion.
On the same card Ryosuke Iwasa stopped Hiroki Shiino for OPBF Bantamweight title.