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Inoue, Moloney make weight

Naoya Inoue 117.7 vs. Jason Moloney 117.9
(WBA/IBF bantamweight titles)

Inoue Moloney Faceoff
Photo: Mikey Williams/Top Rank

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(WBO female jr lightweight title)
Note: Brodnicka lost the title on the scale.

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Andy Hiraoka 140.9 vs. Rickey Edwards 140.7

Venue: The Bubble, MGM Grand, Las Vegas
Promoter: Top Rank

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  • Inoue has great balance and technique on his punches combined with excellent stamina. Maloney does not have the defensive ability to frustrate Inoue and take him off his game. It is only a matter of time before Inoue catches him, which I predict he will do between rounds 4 and 8. Alternatively, Maloney is able to frustrate Inoue with some effective offense which results in a longer fight ending in a decision win for Inoue. Bottom line, if Inoue can get his punches off, Maloney will be out of there. Maloney can survive by finding a way to frustrate Inoue through awkward offense, similar to the way Doniare did, and maybe even hope to win enough rounds to get a decision. The least most likely outcome, is Maloney lands something big to end the fight.
    My prediction is Inoue by KO in 4 to 8.

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