The Undisputed Champion: Mike Tyson’s Dominance Over Manny Pacquiao Analyzed


In the world of boxing, comparisons between fighters are as common as their punches. But when comparisons come from a legend like Mike Tyson, it’s bound to turn heads. Tyson recently made a bold claim that sent shockwaves through the boxing community. He declared that a particular ‘mean son of a b***h’ is better than the iconic Manny Pacquiao. Who is this fighter that Tyson holds in such high regard?

Tyson’s endorsement of the boxer is not just a casual comment; it’s a testament to his prowess in the ring. The pugilist has been making waves in the boxing world with his impressive record and ruthless fighting style. Let’s delve deeper into this intriguing comparison.


This Japanese Boxer is better than Pacquiao, according to Mike Tyson

Naoya Inoue, the 30-year-old Japanese boxer, has already earned his reputation in boxing. He has a perfect record of 24-0 with 21 knockouts, earning him the nickname “The Monster.” He is the former undisputed bantamweight champion and a three-division world champion.

In an earlier episode of Hotboxin’, Tyson in his characteristic forthright manner, praised his boxing prowess and his viciousness in the ring. According to Tyson, Inoue is not just good; he’s better than Manny Pacquiao.

The ‘Baddest Man on the Planet’ said, “Inoue is a monster, a mean son of a b***h. He’s better than Manny Pacquiao, just as good. He’s vicious.”


These words from Tyson, the youngest heavyweight champion in history, carry significant weight and have sparked intense discussions among boxing fans. However, Inoue now has a glorious chance to become a four-division world champion.

Why is Inoue in the spotlight?

Tyson’s comparison of Inoue to Pacquiao has certainly stirred up discussions. Meanwhile, another event keeps Inoue in the spotlight. He will face Stephen Fulton for the WBO and WBC super-bantamweight title on July 25. The Japanese fighter has vacated all his titles in the bantamweight division and now wants to become the undisputed champion in the super bantamweight division.

Many consider this fight as one of 2023’s biggest events, with Inoue stepping up in weight class to challenge Fulton. The Philadelphia fighter poses the toughest test for Inoue yet.

The debate on whether Naoya Inoue surpasses Manny Pacquiao in skill continues. Yet, no one can deny Inoue’s formidable presence in the boxing world. His upcoming fight against Stephen Fulton attests to his ambitions of becoming a great boxer. As the showdown approaches, we question if Inoue will meet Tyson’s high praise.


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