Japanese boxing champ, rumesbak na matapos murahin at insultuhin ni Casimero

Japanese boxing champ, rumesbak na matapos murahin at insultuhin ni Casimero

- John Riel Casimero made headlines for retaining his WBO Bantamweight crown against Ghanaian challenger Duke Micah and for his intense press conference

- He was able to shock the audience when he called out and cursed at Japanese fighter Naoya Inoue, a possible next opponent

- The Pinoy boxer also mocked Inoue by saying that “The Monster” nickname does not fit him and that he is more like a “Japanese turtle”

- Inoue then posted on Twitter to respond to Casimero but his response is classier and calmer

- The Japanese took a swipe at Casimero, saying that he won’t be able to hit and hurt him because he throws his punches too recklessly

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Japanese boxing champ, rumesbak na matapos murahin at insultuhin ni Casimero

John Riel Casimero celebrates after beating Amnat Ruenroeng of Thailand during the IBF World Boxing Championship on May 25, 2016 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Visual China Group via Getty Images)
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Filipino boxer John Riel Casimero went viral not only for retaining his WBO Bantamweight crown against Ghanaian challenger Duke Micah but also for his intense press conference.

Casimero, minura ang makakalabang Japanese boxing champion

The 31-year-old Filipino pugilist shocked the audience when he called out and cursed at Japanese fighter Naoya Inoue, the WBA and IBF Bantamweight champion and one of the best pound-for-pound boxers today.

Aside from cursing at him, Casimero also mocked Inoue by saying that “The Monster” nickname does not fit him and that he is more like a “Japanese turtle.”

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It turned out that Inoue posted on Twitter to respond to Casimero but his response is classier and calmer.

Inoue took a swipe at Casimero, saying that he won’t be able to hit and hurt him because he throws his punches too recklessly.

"You won't be able to hit me with such a big swing," Inoue tweeted.

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John Riel Casimero is a Filipino professional boxer born in Ormoc, Leyte. He is the reigning WBO Bantamweight Champion and previously held titles in the flyweight and junior flyweight divisions.

Aside from Casimero, another Filipino who is making the country proud in the sport of boxing is none other than Senator Manny Pacquiao. He defeated top welterweight champion Keith Thurman in 2019 to capture the WBA crown.

Nonito Donaire also made waves in the boxing scene when he and Naoya Inoue won The Ring 2019 Fight of the Year award for their epic match in Japan. Although Donaire lost, many fans praised the aging Pinoy fighter for putting up a great and gutsy effort against one of the best boxers in the world.

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