Naoya Inoue Bounces Back From Knockdown To Knockout Luis Nery In Six Rounds

Photo: Instagram/Naoya Inoue

Japanese boxer Naoya Inoue showed true grit and resilience as he overcame an early knockdown to deliver a stunning knockout victory against Mexican challenger Luis Nery. 

In a thrilling match at the Tokyo Dome on Monday, Inoue wowed the crowd by dropping Nery three times before securing a sixth-round knockout. 

Despite being floored by a powerful left hook in the first round, Inoue fought back fiercely, flooring Nery with a counter left hook in the second round.

Photo: Instagram/Naoya Inoue

The momentum continued as Inoue sent Nery to the canvas again in the fifth round with another impressive left hook. 

Finally, in the sixth round, a massive straight right from Inoue sealed the deal, knocking Nery out cold at the 1:22 mark. 


With this victory, Inoue retained his unified junior featherweight titles, thrilling fans with his remarkable comeback performance.

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Source: Boxing Scene 

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