Naoya Inoue Home Burglarized During His Demolition Of Nonito Donaire

The unified bantamweight champion Naoya Inoue wasn’t all smiling after destroying Nonito Donaire as he received the news of his home being burglarized by the thieves.

On Tuesday, “The Monster” Inoue improved his record to 23-0 when he dismantled Donaire at the Super Arena, Saitama in his home country of Japan. While Inoue was busy taking apart the Filipino legend, two men broke into his home in Kanagawa city and fled with some of Inoue’s expensive items.

Inoue’s home is about 60 kilometers southwest of Saitama, where the WBA/IBF/WBC 118 lb. main event took place with Donaire.

Authorities in Kanagawa have refused to comment on the incident as far now, but it is reported in the Japanese media that the burglars left with jewelry and over a dozen designer bags.

Later on, Inoue tweeted, which was roughly translated to English, “You saw the news, but what a disgusting thing to happen on a day of celebration. And so you all be careful, too.”

Except for this case, Inoue has every reason to be happy.
The ‘Monster’ got one step closer to solving the last puzzle in the 118 division.

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