Naoya InoGOAT practicing the finishing move before the fight

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  1. Queen B He / Him / His

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  2. KillerIsBack V2 Black Belt

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    Where you at Rigo?!
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  3. baconCrunch Brown Belt

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    on tv, inoue also said he actually preferred fighting casimero to maloney
     
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  4. ArtemV Gold Belt

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    He will flatten Casimero too, but quicker imo. Moloney is underrated, but did take quite a beating.
     
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  5. Naoya#1 White Belt

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    You know when someone makes a really fast guy look slow as fuck, he's legit.
     
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  6. Stormtrooper85 Black Belt

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    So much for the clowns who said Inoue was ducking Casimero
     
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  7. KillerIsBack V2 Black Belt

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    Why is Casimero's name thrown around so much now? I know he's fun to watch and all it's a waste of Inoue's time honestly... Might as well fight the better pinoy fighter who beat him a while ago Jonas Sultan, or the even better Pinoy fighter Jerwin Ancajas in the lower weight class who beat the latter...

    You know who else is undefeated and happens to be another champ in Inoue and Cas's division? Nordine Oubaali, Yet for some reason he's fighting Inoue's left overs(Nonito) next instead(another Pinoy fighter better than Cas while still being old).

    Point is, he's not even in the top 5 Philippines based boxers Inoue could fight rn.

    Besides, I want the Rigo fight! what happened to "I'm going monster hunting" ffs...

    Wish matchmaking was as easy as a street fighter menu. I'm getting bored ...

    EDIT: HE BEAT NAOYA'S BROTHER IN HIS HIS LAST FIGHT, THEY COULD EASILY BUILD THIS UP WITH SOME REVENGE BS STORY.
     
  8. randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    that would be a very good fight, even at this stage of rigo's career.

    i'd take naoya by brutal KO, but a great fight until he lands.
     
  9. valetudo school Orange Belt

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    I don't see Naoya loosing in the next 3 years right now. He is constantly evolving.
     
  10. borntoloseNOT Brown Belt

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    Yeah, and the murder has been really consistent, not a lot of questions to ask about a guy who's every fight is, "oh this guy is no slouch he should be a real tes- oh it's over in round 1, least competitive fight of all time.... again". At least not a lot of questions left in current division. Just doesn't seem like a fluke or a flash in the pan at all.
     
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  11. Hagler Man of wealth and taste

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    His punch is scary and he’s a smart, technical offensive boxer. Maybe he’s no defensive wizard, but that’s still elite talent we’re talking about right here.
     
  12. Stormtrooper85 Black Belt

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    I wonder if it's possible for Juan Francisco Estrada to move up to Bantamweight, I'd love to see him fight Inoue
    Would the move be too much for Estrada? If not, that'd be an excellent fight
     
  13. ironfist05 Silver Belt

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    I still feel that the defensive issues with Inoue are overstated, particularly now as he's getting older and developing. You could see some holes at 115 but he's become a lot more complete since then. I can't think of anybody at 118 that will beat him. Nery was the only guy I even thought had a shot and I've cooled on his chances as well. Rigo from a few years ago (mid-2018, when Inoue moved to BW) definitely would have a shot, but even then it's a stretch.

    Oubaali is probably my #2 at BW right now and I think he gets leveled.
     
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  14. Stormtrooper85 Black Belt

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    He seems aware of his defensive flaws and he's able to make up for it in other ways. His technical offense offsets the defensive short comings
     
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  15. KillerIsBack V2 Black Belt

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    He beat Inoue already so he should be 1#
     
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  16. svmVR2097 Brown Belt

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    TV execs couldn’t see him if he was standing right in front of them against a white wall
     
  17. ironfist05 Silver Belt

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    really? I'll have to check the ammy footage, I didn't know that
     
  18. Hagler Man of wealth and taste

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    Oubaali is good but he’s not getting younger. Also, while he can hit, il he plants his feet he’ll get countered, as Inoue is quicker today and really improved this aspect of his game.

    I’d be happy so see a French boxer in a superfight, obviously. But it would be very, very difficult.
     
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  19. KillerIsBack V2 Black Belt

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    No bro, check his pro record. He beat him.

    *waits for to get I’m talking about his brother*

     
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  20. ironfist05 Silver Belt

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    ohhhhh hahahaha yeah I forgot he fought Takuma. Takuma's good! it's a good sign, lots of good build up to be had off that.
     
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