NAOYA INOUE

WBC SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPION

Country:

Japan

Record:

W 27 (24 KO’s) – L 0 – D 0

Birth Date:

04/10/1993

Pro Debut:

10/02/2012

Won Title:

07/25/2023

Last Defense: May 06, 2024

SILVER: Alan Picasso (Mexico)

INTERNATIONAL: Vacant

WBO, IBF: Naoya Inoue (Japan)

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RATING

Updated : 15 June, 2024

SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT 55.338 KG / 122 LB

BOXERNATIONALITYTITLE
Alan Picasso Mexico SILVER
Marlon Tapales Phil
Luis Nery Mexico
Murodjon Akhmadaliev Uzbekistan
Liam Davies GB
Stephen Fulton US
Sam Goodman Australia
Chainoi Worawut Thai
TJ Doheny Ireland/Australia
John Riel Casimero Phil
Toshiki Shimomachi Japan
Ionut Baluta Romania
Aaron Alameda Mexico
Jose Israel Ramirez Mexico) NABF * NABF *CBP/P
Fadhili Majiha Tanzania WBC AFRICA *CBP/P
Elijah Pierce US
Fillipus Nghitumbwa Namibia
Ramon Cardenas US
Jesus Arechiga Mexico
Kazuki Nakajima Japan OPBF
Jose Tito Sanchez US
Subaru Murata Japan
Dennis McCann GB COMM/BBBofC
Arturo Cardenas Popoca Mexico/US) CONTI CONTINENTAL AMERICAS
Carl Jammes Martin Phil)
Sebastian Hernandez Mexico
Ariel Lopez Mexico CONT. LATINO AMERICAN
Mirazizbek Mirzakhailov Uzbekistan
Israel Rodriguez Picazo Mexico
Ja'rico O'Quinn US
Yerny Betancourt Venezuela FECARBOX
Agustin Perez Mexico USWBC
Erik Robles Mexico
Lee McGregor GB
Pongsaphong Panyakum Thailand ABCO
Rodrigo Ruiz Argentina
Peter McGrail GB
Luis Fernando Rodriguez Mexico
Kevin Gonzalez Mexico
Sabelo Ngebinyana South Africa ABU
Continental Federations
Champions:
Affiliated Titles
Champions:
Others
(Not Available )
ABCO: Pongsaphon Panyakum (Thai)Commonwealth:Dennis McCann (GB)This shall be limited to other organization's champions (inc.
ABU: Sabelo Ngebinyana (South Africa)Continental Americas: Arturo Cardenas Popoca (Mexico/US)Interim) not listed above,
BBBofC: Dennis McCann (GB)Francophone:any opponents of those champions in a scheduled defense, and
CISBB:Continental Latino American: Ariel Lopez (Mexico)those who cannot fight
EBU:Mediterranean:due to medical, legal, or personal issues (and those who do not
FECARBOX: Yerny Betancourt (Venezuela)USWBC: Agustin Perez (Mexico)wish to fight for the WBC)
FECONSUR:Youth: Jose Lopez Nuñez (Mexico)
NABF: Jose Israel Ramirez (Mexico)AustralAsia:
OPBF: Kazuki Nakajima (Japan)Middle East:
Far East:
India:
Africa: Fadhili Majiha (Tanzania)

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Further, pursuant to Sections 5.4 and 5.5 of the Rules, any and all disputes concerning a decision of the WBC that has not been resolved by the administrative appeals process are subject to compulsory mediation, and, thereafter, mandatory arbitration under the Code of Sports-Related Arbitration by the Court of Arbitration for Sports, and any judgment thereof is final, binding, and enforceable in accordance with laws including the New York Convention on the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards.

* For boxers from the United States of America: The WBC shall, within 7 days after receiving a request from a boxer questioning the WBC’s rating of the boxer: (1) provide to the boxer a written explanation of the WBC’s criteria, its rating of the boxer, and the rationale or basis for its rating (including a response to any specific questions submitted by the boxer); an(2) submit a copy of its explanation to the US Association of Boxing Commissions.

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