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Navarrete Very Confident of Beating Inoue: He Can't Take What Dogboe Took

Emanuel 'Vaquero' Navarrete has already made it clear that a fight against Japanese superstar Naoya 'Monster' Inoue would keep him at 122 pounds for the moment. Now the Mexican champion assures that t...

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Inoue Interested in Facing Navarrete, But Doubts It Will Happen

Japanese sensation are Naoya Inoue is interested in facing Emanuel Navarrete in the future - but he doubts the fight will ever come off. Both boxers are co-promoted by Top Rank. At the moment, Inoue i...

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Inoue Expected To Fight In September Or October; Casimero Still An Option

Naoya Inoue’s next fight likely will take place in September or October in Las Vegas. Bob Arum, Inoue’s co-promoter, informed BoxingScene that Inoue’s handlers in Japan expect to bring the unbeaten ba...

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Rigondeaux on Inoue, Donaire: I Want Them, Do They Want Me?

WBA "regular" bantamweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux is waiting to get a concrete date and location for his next ring appearance, for a card being presented by Premier Boxing Champions. Rigondeaux...

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Memo: Casimero Needs To Be Strong, Fast, Explosive in Naoya Inoue Clash

Strength and conditioning coach Angel “Memo” Heredia wants reigning World Boxing Organization (WBO) bantamweight champion John Riel Casimero to have more explosive punches than he displayed in his big...

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Estrada's Trainer Aims For Chocolatito, Does Not Rule Out Inoue Fight

Renowned Mexican coach Alfredo Caballero, who trains WBC super flyweight world champion Juan Francisco 'Gallo' Estrada, believes his boxer would get revenge over Roman "Chocolatito" González, who now ...

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Nonito Donaire: I Know After Inoue Fight I Have A Lot Of Gas In My Tank

Nonito Donaire didn’t even know how much elite-level boxing he had left in him two years ago. Donaire, then 35, had just lost nine rounds to Carl Frampton on all three scorecards in a 12-round feather...

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Chocolatito Wants Estrada Rematch, Views 118 as Dangerous Jump

WBA super flyweight world champion Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez stressed that he is ready to face Juan Francisco 'Gallo' Estrada, the WBC champion, in a rematch. And Gonzalez said that he would not mi...

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Arum: I Think Inoue Will Be A Huge Star In The U.S. & Around The World

Bob Arum expected a large contingent of Japanese fans to pack Mandalay Bay Events Center on Saturday night to witness Naoya Inoue’s return to the United States. Like every other scheduled bout in boxi...

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Navarrete vs. Naoya Inoue Tops Beltran’s Post-Pandemic Wishlist

Super bantamweight champion Emanuel Navarrete has been boxing’s most busiest titlist of late, defending his WBO belt five times in a nine-month stretch, all via knockout. After claiming the 122-pound ...

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Bob Arum: Casimero Might Fight Joshua Greer Next, Not Inoue

Naoya Inoue and Johnriel Casimero were supposed to square off Saturday night in what figured to be an entertaining bantamweight title unification fight. Promoter Bob Arum anticipates the Inoue-Casimer...

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Joshua Greer: I Definitely Want Inoue; That Fight Will Cement My Legacy

Joshua Greer Jr. was supposed to spend this week winding down his preparation for a fight against Jason Moloney. ESPN was scheduled to televise the Greer-Moloney match Saturday night as part of the Na...

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Arum: Unfortunately, Inoue-Casimero Will Have To Be Put On Back Burner

It’s been long decided that Naoya Inoue’s highly anticipated Las Vegas debut was no longer taking place this weekend. As time marches on, the likelihood of it being rescheduled any time soon continues...

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Casimero: I Hope Inoue's Jaw Lasts Longer Than Tete's Jaw Did

World Boxing Organization (WBO) bantamweight champion John Riel Casimero has been baiting WBA, IBF world champion Naoya Inoue. The two boxers were scheduled to fight each other this month, in Las Vega...

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Navarrete Eager To Face Inoue-Casimero Winner Before 126 Jump

Emanuel Navarrete is the world's busiest world champion, a 25-year-old pressure fighter who is proud to represent his Mexican heritage at the sport's highest level. From May 2019 to February 2020, whe...

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Casimero: Goal Is To Fight Inoue, We Are Still Monster Hunting

John Riel Casimero doesn’t yet know when he will be able to return home. As confident as he is of soon making it back to the Philippines, though, he is just as certain of whom he will next face. The t...

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Naoya Inoue Staying in Form, Hungry To Still Face Casimero

On Friday, April 10, WBA/IBF bantamweight world champion Naoya “Monster” Inoue (19-0, 16KOs) celebrated his 27th birthday. To prevent the spread of the coronavirus in Japan, Inoue issued several writt...

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Teofimo Lopez: Davis Can't Even Knock Out an Old Gamboa!

Like most of the country, Teofimo Lopez has a lot of free time on his hands with President Donald Trump’s “Stay at Home” guidelines they are implemented through the entire month of April. The 22-year-...

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Navarrete: I Want Naoya Inoue, Vargas, Luis Nery, Akhmadaliev

WBO super bantamweight champion Emanuel Navarrete wants to take on the world's best fighters at any weight, and is willing to hold on at 122 pounds, although he agrees that he has a hard time securing...

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Teofimo Lopez's Top Five: Crawford, Canelo, Inoue, Fury, Loma

Like most fighters, Teofimo Lopez is trying to do the best that he can to stay in shape during the covid-19 pandemic. The IBF lightweight champion recently held a Q&A session on Reddit.com with fans t...

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