If we're honest Naoya Inoue looks likely to be one of the faces of boxing for the next decade or so. For some his coming out party happened at the end of 2014, when he decimated the talented and very experienced Omar Andres Narvaez. He had however been tipped as a star before then with with many in Japanese boxing circles ear marking him as a sensation when he was still an amateur.
Here we have a documentary his rise to his first world title, the WBC Light Flyweight title, and the scenes soon after that title win. It shows various things including Naoya's training methods, some post fight footage and various other behind the scenes moments from Naoya's career. It's a documentary that will be better for Japanese speakers but even those who don't speak the language can enjoy sections of this, including the training and the close relationship between Naoya and his father/trainer Shingo, arguably the most under-rated trainer on the planet today.
Japanese sensation Naoya Inoue is one of the most exciting fighters on the planet right now. He's managed by former fighter Hideyuki Ohashi who has great connections in Korea and has regularly taken his fighters over the South Korea for fights, with Koki Inoue and Satoshi Hosono recently fighting on the Korean peninsula. Whilst on one of the trips over to Korea there was a sparring session involving Inoue and a Korean national champion.
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