Naoya Inoue vs Jason Moloney TV Channels Broadcasters

Inoue Moloney Stream

The 27 year old professional boxer Naoya Inoue back in action this upcoming weekend will defend his WBA, IBF and the ring bantamweight title against Jason Moloney. Inoue who made professional boxing debut in 2012, undefeated since start of his career. Inoue Moloney stream channels for the upcoming boxing ppv fight confirmed. The fight take place behind close doors at MGM Grand Conference Center, in Las Vegas Center.

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In 2019, Naoya Inoue defeated opponent (Nonito Donaire) and become the title holder of WBA super bantamweight. Naoya Inoue currently hold professional record of 19 fights which include 16 knockout results. The upcoming fight Inoue confirmed with Australia boxer (Jason Moloney).

Jason Moloney, the professional boxer who hold winning record of 21 fights win out of 22 fights that include 18 knockout results, Moloney before the fight with Japanese boxer Naoya Inoue defeat Leonardo Baez on 25th June 2020. It’s his second fight of the 2020, year if he manage to pull victory against three division champion Naoya Inoue, he will become the new WBA, IBF and the ring bantamweight champion.

The details regarding to the Inoue Moloney stream tv broadcasters based on channels that hold rights for boxing pay-per-view. ESPN+ show coverage of the fight in United States. Currently no information available for boxing fight pass. The above channel mostly show coverage of boxing pay-per-view fights in their territories.