Japanese wonder kid Naoya Inoue became the fastest Japanese champion when he stopped Adrian Hernandez. In his very next fight he became the fastest Japanese fight to defend a title as he retained his WBC Light Flyweight title and stopped Thailand's tough Samartlek Kokietgym.
The bout, a mismatch from the day it was signed, was Inoue's farewell fight to the Light Flyweight division and although he was in charge it was obvious that the Japanese fighter wasn't his usual self. His defence was neglected as he attempted to entertain the fans and although he showed a lot of the brilliant offensive work that has made him fans world wide it really wasn't the showcase that he'd have been hoping for.
Having struggled to make 108lbs, again, Inoue stated he was moving up to Flyweight for his next contest. We're expecting to see a more polished performance from the "Monster" next time out.
(Note-fight starts at 15:00)
(Video thanks to Boxers in Thailand World boxing - Boxing)
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