Naoya Inoue’s house burgled during KO win over Nonito Donaire as raiders make off with plush jewellery and luxury bags | The Sun

BRAVE BURGLARS reportedly stole dozen of items from feared boxer Naoya Inoue’s home yesterday as he was knocking out Nonito Donaire.

The 29-year-old Japanese star proved he is still the king of the bantamweight division following a brutal second-round KO victory in his rematch.

The pair renewed their rivalry at the historic Saitama Super Arena early on Tuesday morning – nearly three years after their 2019 Fight of the Year.

Inoue retained his grip on his IBF and Ring Magazine titles in their first meeting courtesy of a unanimous decision victory.

But he went one better second time around – knocking Donaire out in the second round of their Saitama showdown.

However, reports from his homeland have now claimed that his house was being ransacked while he was in action.


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Thieves allegedly stole pieces of jewellery and luxury bags during the robbery.

Local police declined to confirm details of the case when contacted by AFP.

However, the unbeaten Inoue appeared to reference the incident with a tweet yesterday.

He wrote: “What a disgusting story on an otherwise celebratory day… Everyone be careful!!”

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TBS claims that two men were seen fleeing in a white vehicle after they allegedly prised open the door to Inoue’s home on Tuesday.

They also added that cops are still pursuing the duo.

Meanwhile, Inoue has now set his sights on claiming the WBO strap held by Brit Paul Butler and becoming the undisputed king at 118lbs.

He said: "My aim is to be the undisputed champion. If I can do that within the year of 2022, I would love to stay in this division.

"If I can't, I am capable of raising this division and fighting in the upper division."

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