The undefeated world champion in two weight divisions Naoya Inoue entered this fight with a perfect boxing record of 9-0-0 (8 KOs=89%) and he is ranked as the No.1 super flyweight in the world. He fought just once last year beating Warlito Parrenas (=Inoue vs Parrenas).
His opponent, David Carmona, has an official record of 20-2-5 (8 knockouts) and he entered as the No.17 in the same weight class. He suffered his last loss when he faced Omar Andres Narvaez in 2013 (=Narvaez vs Carmona, while Inoue beat Narvaez in 2014 in just two rounds, Narvaez vs Inoue), since then he has collected four victories and one draw. Inoue vs Carmona is valid for the WBO World super flyweight title (held by Inoue). Watch the video and rate this fight!
Where: Ariake Colosseum, Tokyo, Japan
Division: super flyweight (115 lbs, 52.2 kg)
Title: WBO World super flyweight title
Inoue’s previous fight: Naoya Inoue vs Warlito Parrenas
Carmona’s previous fight: David Carmona vs Ricardo Rodriguez 2
Inoue’s next fight: Naoya Inoue vs Karoon Jarupianlerd
Carmona’s next fight: Carlos Cuadras vs David Carmona
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4 comments on “2016 BOXING fight – Naoya Inoue vs David Carmona – full fight Video WBO”
Had Inoue winning 7rd to 5rd in very competitive fight. Inoue did not look like a monster,and would suffer against chocolatito Gonzalez. Gets hit a lot and would be disasterous against Gonzalez.
Very good fight.
Allot like Chocolatito’s last fight. Guy just not giving up bomb after bomb.
Kinda agree Diego.
Inoue could box on the outside having the faster hands and longer reach. But he doesn’t have that temperament. So the size factor and chin factor would be the tell. I dont see that fight happening this year. To much for Choco to do at his weight class.
A very enterteining fight plenty of action till the very end with a memorable final round. Both boxers were technically competent exchanging a very nice combination of fast punches with an Inoue showing a better precision most of the time. Both of them used the jab with good proficiency. The last 3 rounds were all just Inoue who was able to keep a higher pace than his rival. The final decision was right but however the judges card but one didn’t reflect reality as usual happen wit most of the fight carried out in Japan. If you go to Japan it is a must to win for knock out to ensure you really got the victory.
Wow! Great fight! Glad I got a chance to catch it!