Over the weekend at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, card was staged under the promotion of World Sports Boxing Gym.
One of the featured bouts was for regional crown endorsed by the WBO at super welterweight, in a twelve rounder featuring a scrap between WBO #10 and IBF #14 Takeshi Inoue (16-1-1, 10KOs, 30 years old) and southpaw Chinese Cheng Su (14-3-1, 8KOs, 30 years old, China).
The fight was over in two rounds, with Inoue dropped Su in each round.
As a result, Inoue was successful in the first defense of his regional title, which he won in last August in Korakuen Hall in Tokyo with a knpckout in the second round over Thai Komsan Polsan.
Inoue is a former world title challenger who lost a twelve round unanimous decision over WBO junior middleweight champion Jaime Munguia, which took place in Houston, Texas in January 2019.
In that bout, Inoue was a brawler who launched into battle recklessly and blindly, without a game plan. Since that loss, Inoue won three bouts in a row - all by knockout.
In the co-feature, contested over twelve rounds for the OPBF regional title at middleweight, between Kazuto Takesako (12-0-1, 11KOs, 28 years old), who won a wide unanimous decision (120-108, 119-110, 119-110), and the game Charlie Shinobu Hosokawa (12-5-1 / 11KOs, 35 years old), who failed in the first defense of his title. Charlie Shinobu Hosokawa who was born and raised in Japan.