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The $$$ Fight for Inoue
05-22-2022, 06:21 AM
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The $$$ Fight for Inoue
this is the $$$ Fight for Inoue

check-out the SPEED on Garcia....he's got the LOOKS and CHARACTER/Popularity and Inoue poses the THREAT to his Prince of Pugilism Position

Boxing is a BUSINESS and this FIGHT has the Ingredients for the BIG $HOW




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05-22-2022, 06:34 AM (This post was last modified: 05-22-2022 06:35 AM by karasu.)
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RE: The $$$ Fight for Inoue
Ryan Garcia: 23 yrs, 5'10"/11ish

What weight class is Ryan Garcia?
Ryan Garcia is competing in the Super Featherweight and Lightweight divisions....That is 126-130 lbs for super featherweight and 132 lbs in lightweight range.------

https://bolavip.com/en/sports/boxing-rya...-0002.html



Naoya Inoue: 29yrs 5'4"/5ish

weight: 118-120lbs



"Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn dismisses the idea that Naoya Inoue can become a global superstar. Despite having captured world titles in three weight classes and having amazing knockout skills, Inoue (21-0, 18 KOs) fights in the wrong division to become a global star, says Hearn.

Eddie knows from experience that it’s impossible to turn the smaller fight fighters into huge stars. For example, former four-division world champion Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez and Juan Franciso Estrada are not global stars, and they have amazing talent.

‘Monster’ Inoue currently holds the IBF & WBA 118-lb titles, and he’s on a quest to become the undisputed champion in the weight class in 2021.

But even if Inoue does accomplish that goal, it’s going to pass right over the heads of the casual boxing fans, who seem more interested in the following weight classes:
135
147
154
160
168
Unlimited
If Inoue can move up four more weight classes to campaign at 135, he would have a chance to become a global star.

https://www.boxingnews24.com/2021/06/nao...die-hearn/
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05-22-2022, 06:41 AM
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as one who is 5'5"ish...heck yeah I'm jealous of Ryan's 5'10 UberLemur Structure Angry
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05-22-2022, 04:10 PM
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RE: The $$$ Fight for Inoue
He should fight at 125.
That's big enough to be interesting.

Also people love the lower weight classes.

Inoue is easily the most exciting fighter alive
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05-23-2022, 03:09 AM
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RE: The $$$ Fight for Inoue
At 5'5" it would be hard for Inoue to fight at 135lbs and he would probably be at a disadvantage but that Ryan Garcia Nemesis "Tank" Gervanta Davis is 5'5" and I think there's been some buzz that Garcia has been avoiding him

the Main Divisions are Light/Welter-Weight....MiddleWeight....HeavyWeight

below LightWeight, I agree with the boxingnews article that generally, people aren't that interested in those divisions

still Prince Naseem Hamed did enjoy SuperStar Status for a short time
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05-23-2022, 03:13 AM (This post was last modified: 05-23-2022 03:15 AM by karasu.)
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....maybe Tank Davis could meet Inoue at 125lbs, that could be good!



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05-23-2022, 03:21 AM
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For Fighters to be recognized P4P SuperStars they have to fight the Big$$$ Fights against other SuperStars so Tank, Garcia, Inoue could be like Hearns, Hagler, Leonard and could generate a lot of exitement if they are willing to do the fights and out of them, I think the one which is willing to take that RISK is TANK so respect to him for being GAME
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05-23-2022, 07:02 AM
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Inoue has fought many tall people and spanked them within a couple of rounds

His power is unmatched relative to weight in the history of boxing
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05-23-2022, 07:03 AM
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RE: The $$$ Fight for Inoue
(05-23-2022 03:21 AM)karasu Wrote:  For Fighters to be recognized P4P SuperStars they have to fight the Big$$$ Fights against other SuperStars so Tank, Garcia, Inoue could be like Hearns, Hagler, Leonard and could generate a lot of exitement if they are willing to do the fights and out of them, I think the one which is willing to take that RISK is TANK so respect to him for being GAME

so why is he #2 p4p in the world?

if his weight class isn't recognized?

#2 P4P.. that's 1 step behind #1

Basically the #2 universally recognized boxer in the world!

He is #1 right now UNDENIABLY

Those who know, know! Big Grin
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05-23-2022, 07:13 AM
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^I think there is a difference between serious fan and casual fan. To be considered a TOP I think one must be known to the common-person....as example, back in the day EVERYONE knew who Sugar Ray Leonard was

It's not Naoya's fault though. He needs good marketing like any other business
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