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NAOYA INOUE is the World Boxing Super Series champion at bantamweight after beating Nonito Donaire on points in one of the fights of the year.
The unbeaten Japanese star – who was left bloodied and bruised by his 36-year-old opponent – extended his perfect record to 19-0 after winning on judges scores of 116-111, 117-109 and 114-113.
Inoue, 26, has now added the WBA 'Super' belt and the Muhammad Ali Trophy to his IBF and Ring Magazine straps.
Fans were treated to a classic at Tokyo's Super Arena as both fighters traded hell for leather for 12 rounds, with each man having their chin seriously tested.
NAOYA INOUE is getting ready to take on Nonito Donaire in the final of the World Boxing Super Series.
Expect fireworks! 💥💥💥
— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) November 7, 2019
TYSON FURY has agreed to fight Francis Ngannou in the octagon when he's “done with boxing” after the UFC star drafted in Mike Tyson to help him prepare.
Ngannou revealed he has roped in former world heavyweight boxing champion Tyson, 53, to “train for Fury”.
The MMA star, 33, shared a series of videos showing himself working with Iron Mike, who proved he's still got the speed – but Fury was quick to hit back saying he'll “deal with him soon”.
Ill deal with you and all the other Mma heavyweights when I’m done with my boxing fights,
It won’t be long to wait! Then I’ll show u how we roll.👍🏻🙏🏻
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) November 6, 2019
EDDIE HEARN wants Amir Khan and Kell Brook to finally settle the score next year, at the O2 Arena in London.
The Brit rivals have circled each other for much of their careers but failed to agree a deal to fight each other.
Hearn thought he had the fight nailed down after signing Khan in 2017.
Only for the Boton hero to have two tune up wins before snubbing Brook for a WBO title fight against welterweight champion Terence Crawford in April.
The promoter admitted the domestic clash no longer warrants a night under the Wembley Stadium lights, but is optimistic the clash is still there to be made.
Hearn told iFL TV: “Next week. We’ve been speaking to him non-stop.
“We’ll have to see.
“It does work in a stadium, it’s not Wembley anymore, but it sells out, 30,000-40,000.
“Of course it does, I’m promoting it. I like it at Manchester, I like it at the O2 to be honest with you.
“We’ve been talking about it for years.”