Originally Posted by F!x
That's a tough fight for Inoue against a seasoned vet, it's reminiscent of the Salido vs Lomanchenko fight
Inoue is a much more seasoned pro going into this title fight. He's been 10 rounds twice already. Loma had only gone 4 rounds as a pro before he fought Salido.
I was reading that Hernadez Inoue has been moved up to the main event and Yaegashi Zaleta is now the co feature. I thought it was kind of weird but also understandable. Yaegashi is one of the most popular fighters in Japan but his fight is a weak defense and Inoue Hernandez is a great fight. I can't wait for this ****.