Inoue Awaiting Offer For Showdown In Australia

In the upcoming fight in between Naoya Inoue and Luis Nery, if Inoue effectively safeguards his incredibly bantamweight title, he will get a deal to fight in Australia. No Limit Boxing based in Australia has an interest in having Inoue protect his titles against Sam Goodman, the necessary opposition to his titles from IBF and WBO. Goodman will fight Mark Schleibs in Wollongong on March 13, 2 months before Inoue’s arranged fight with Nery on May 6 at the Tokyo Dome.

According to George Rose, the CEO of No Limit Boxing, having Inoue fight in Australia would be a huge achievement for the Australian boxing scene. Rose highlighted Inoue’s accomplishments, international following, and compared his interest that of Manny Pacquiao. He likewise kept in mind the growing impact of Australian fighters like Devin Haney, Vasyl Lomachenko, Tim Tszyu, and George Kambosos Jr in the boxing world.

Rose stressed the distinct difficulty that Goodman postures to Inoue due to his evasive design and self-confidence. Despite the danger associated with the fight for Goodman against Schleibs, he stays figured out to keep battling and be gotten ready for any chance that comes his method. Goodman’s competitive spirit and abilities make him a powerful challenger for Inoue in their possible match.

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