Jason Moloney Predicts Upset Win Over Naoya Inoue

Jason Moloney believes he has what it takes to dethrone Naoya Inoue.

This Saturday night, October 31, Moloney will challenge Inoue for the WBA (Super) and IBF Bantamweight Championships. The title fight will headline a Top Rank Boxing card. It’ll be Inoue’s second defense of the IBF Title and first defense of the WBA gold.

Moloney knows he’s a sizable underdog going into his bout with Inoue. During a pre-fight press conference, Moloney made it clear that he feels he shouldn’t be slept on.

“I think that everything happens for a reason, and that loss that I suffered against {Emmanuel} Rodriguez showed me how much I want this. I will not let myself lose again. On Saturday night, nothing will stop me, and I will become the best bantamweight in the world.

“I know I can win this fight. I don’t care if some people think that I can’t win this fight. I believe, and I know that I can win it. He has never faced a fighter as relentless as me. I’m going to take him to places he has never been before. I can’t wait. There has been a lot of talk about ‘The Monster’ coming to Las Vegas, but people haven’t seen what I can do inside those ropes.”

Inoue is undefeated in his pro boxing career. He has a record of 19-0 with 16 knockouts to his credit. Moloney has just one loss in his career. That was a split decision against Emmanuel Rodriguez, who Inoue finished in the second round via knockout.

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