Earlier today in the Yokohama city gym saw a press conference held by Ohashi gym in regards to yesterday's show with the key part of it revolving around the WBO Super Flyweight title fight that saw young superstar Naoya Inoue (8-0, 7) stamp his name in the history books as the quickest ever 2-weight world champion.
At the press we had some interesting revelations with possibly the most interesting being the idea that the Ohashi team suspect Naoya could go as high as Featherweight and still be highly effective. On yesterday's display that's not hard to believe consider what he did to Omar Andres Narvaes, especially comparing what Inoue did to what Nonito Donaire did. In fact Narvaez himself said Inoue was stronger.
As far as the future is concerned there is no set plan for Inoue however it does seem that Inoue is hoping to unify the Super Flyweight division and may well target someone like Carlos Cuadras next. He has however left the door open to the lower-weight super fight with Roman Gonzalez