Naoya Inoue Biography : Naoya Inoue is a Professional Boxer born on 10 April 1993 in Japan. He is a unified bantamweight world champion and also a three-division world champion. He has held the IBF, WBA (Super), and Ring magazine titles since 2019. From 2014 to 2018, He held the WBO Junior Bantamweight also the WBA Light Flyweight title 2014.
His nickname is “Monster.” Most people called him his nickname for punching power and body attack. His knockout ratio is 86%. He is ranked the world’s second-best active boxer in May 2022. He is also ranked as the best bantamweight Boxer by The Ring, TBRB, BoxRec, and ESPN.
In 2009, Naoya Inoue won the Japanese Junior National Championships and the Japanese Interscholastic Athletic Meeting. He took the Japanese Junior Selection Tournament and bronze medal in the Tehran, Iran Asian Youth Championships. He finished the Japanese National Championships but lost in the AIBA Youth World Championships to Yosvany Veitia in the same year.
Inoue achieved the gold medal in the 21st President’s Cup in July 2011 in Jakarta, Indonesia. His amateur record was 75-6.