This was Inoue's second professional bout and he was already competing in 8 rounders and even more impressively he was doing it against a world ranked foe in the form of Sakkreerein who had, just a few months earlier, taken out former world champion Ryo Miyazaki in one of the biggest upsets, at least on paper, of 2013.
Sakkreerin had been universally ranked by the 4 world organisations, he had had previous 5 and in terms of experience he was far superior to Inoue who had fought just 6 professional rounds. None of these things helped the Thai however as Inoue out boxed him to a clear 8 round victory that helped Inoue claim several world rankings. The performance wasn't as impressive as his brothers but the 18 year old Takuma made it clear that he, just like Naoya, was a super talent.
(Footage courtesy of gentidori)