Naoya Inoue Annihilates Michael Dasmarinas to Claim a Sensational Third Round T/KO Win

Published 06/20/2021, 1:10 AM EDT


The unified bantamweight title bout between Naoya Inoue and Michael Dasmarinas entertained a vast audience. The duo went all out against each other and kept each other on their toes throughout. In the end, Inoue came out on top, claiming a thunderous T/KO win.

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The fight began on a sublime note for the champ, Inoue. He displayed his speed and power in the initial rounds. Whereas the challenger, Dasmarinas, kept his distance and didn’t quite land his best punches in the beginning.

In round 2, ‘Monster’ dropped Dasmarinas with a ferocious body shot. But the latter stood up and continued the fight again. Inoue continued with his body shots and even landed some exuberant uppercuts to terrify ‘Hot N Spicy’.

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In round 3, Inoue dropped his adversary again via a body shot. The Japanese boxer undoubtedly put a dent in Dasmarinas and he capitalized on the same, hammering him again and again.

As a result, he struck ‘Hot N Spicy’ again with a combination of shots. This left the latter on the canvas in a tragic way. Considering that, the referee ended the contest then and there to save Dasmarinas from further assault.

Right from the first bell, nothing went in Dasmarinas’ favor. He only distanced himself from the undefeated boxer, and as a result, Inoue grabbed that opportunity and smothered him. ‘Monster’ Naoya is an intimidating fight prospect and with this sensational win, he’s definitely sent his fans into a frenzy.

Can Naoya Inoue become the undisputed champ at his weight class?

With a win over Dasmarinas, the 28-year-old improved to 21-0. Moreover, a whopping 18 of his wins have arrived via T/KO.

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This itself is proof that Inoue is one of the most skilled technicians at present. And with his out-of-the-box prowess, he definitely can become the undisputed bantamweight champion of the world. It’ll be exciting to see who he faces next to improve his immaculate track record.

Is Naoya Inoue the scariest fighter at the 118-pound landscape?

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan is a Boxing Author at EssentiallySports. He is a graduate from the International Institute of Sports Management who combines his love for sports, particularly combat sports, and his flair for writing and analysis to help him in his day-to-day work. He has prior professional experience with sporting organizations such as Star Sports, Khelo India, and NBA.

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