Takuma, the younger brother of Naoya Inoue, was expected to be forced to work hard here against a man who had fought previously in Japan, pushing then Flyweight champion Toshiyuki Igarashi very close back in 2012. Instead it was an exhibition from the recently turned 19 year old who moved when he wanted to, fought when he wanted to and just seemed too good, too fast, too accurate and too clean hitting for the Argentinian.
With this win we see the Inoue family go 1-0 up against the Narvaez family. In a few hours time we will see the second of the bouts between the families as Naoya attempts to claim the WBO Super Flyweight title against Nestor's older brother, Omar Andres Narvaez. If Naoya makes things as easy as his brother did then it's hard to ignore Shingo Inoue as the 2014 trainer of the year, not just in Japan but world wide.