Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue: The Monster Conquers

In a fight that lived up to the hype, Naoya Inoue scored an eighth-round TKO victory over Stephen Fulton

In a fight that lived up to the hype, Naoya Inoue scored an eighth-round TKO victory over Stephen Fulton to become the unified WBC and WBO super bantamweight champion.

The two fighters were evenly matched early on, with Fulton using his superior reach to keep Inoue at bay. However, Inoue slowly started to take control of the fight, landing his power shots with more regularity.

In the eighth round, Inoue landed a brutal right hand to the body that dropped Fulton. Fulton got up, but he was clearly hurt and Inoue quickly finished him off with a left hook.

With the win, Inoue cements his status as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world. He is now a four-division champion and has won all 25 of his professional fights.

Fulton, for his part, showed a lot of heart and determination in defeat. He is a talented fighter who will be back in the mix for a title shot soon.

This was a truly great fight, and it was a fitting way to crown Inoue as the new unified champion. It was a clash of styles, with Fulton's boxing skills and Inoue's power both on display. In the end, Inoue's power proved to be the difference.

This is a huge win for Inoue, and it puts him in a great position to challenge for even more titles in the future. He is already being mentioned as a potential opponent for Canelo Alvarez, and it would be a dream match for boxing fans.

For now, Inoue can enjoy his victory and savor the moment. He is now a four-division champion and one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world. The future is very bright for "The Monster."


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