Naoya Inoue knocks out Yoan Boyeaux in the 3rd round to retain WBO super flyweight title

In what could be his last fight as a super flyweight, Naoya Inoue did not disappoint in his return to the Japanese boxing ring. Inoue, the WBO super flyweight champion, retained his title with a quick, three-round demolition of challenger Yoan Boyeaux at the Bunka Gym in Yokohama. Inoue displayed his dominant power from the start of the fight, knocking down Boyeaux with a stiff counter-left hook to Boyeaux’s jaw, laying the challenger flat on his back throughout most of the 10 count before getting back up. Boyeaux tried to mount a comeback, but his punches didn’t leave an impact on Inoue, barely landing...

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Ryoichi Taguchi unifies WBA & IBF light flyweight titles with New Year’s Eve win over Milan Melindo

With home field advantage, Ryoichi Taguchi closed out 2017 as the new unified light flyweight world champion. Taguchi became the new unified WBA/IBF light flyweight champion by beating now-former IBF champion Milan Melindo in Japan on New Year’s Eve, the final world title fight to take place in 2017. Taguchi capped off the win in a bloody performance that saw him become the unified champion with a unanimous decision win (117-111, 117-111, 116-112). Melindo started the fight with ease and found an early rhythm, but that all went away when the third round started. Taguchi started landing better punches...

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Roy Jones Jr. plans to have his retirement fight in Pensacola on February 8th 2018

Roy Jones Jr., one of the sport’s premier pound-for-pound fighters in the 1990s and 2000s, will be calling it a career next year in front of his hometown fans. Jones will headline Island Fights 46, a fight event containing boxing and mixed martial arts bouts, on February 8 at the Pensacola Bay Center in his hometown of Pensacola, Florida. An opponent has not been named for Jones, but according to Jones, this fight will be his last boxing fight. “You should call it my last day at the Bay. It’s my last one for the Bayfront, Civic Center, Pensacola, Bayfront...

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Tyson Fury’s anti-doping hearing with the British Boxing Board of Control set for December

Tyson Fury’s return to the ring rests solely on a meeting with the British Boxing Board of Control and there is now a date set for the two sides to meet. BBBofC general secretary Robert Smith told Sky Sports the hearing will take place in December and said he hopes the meeting can resolve the issue regarding Fury’s suspension. “December, that’s true. The reason why this has taken so long, so I have been led to believe, is because Mr. Fury’s legal team could not agree a date for the recommencement of the hearing. They obviously now have, and the hearing will recommence,” Smith...

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