LAS VEGAS – Undefeated Chikashi Inada, one of Japanese hottest boxing properties, turned out the lights on Mexican Sandro Marcos in the second round of a lightweight nontitle bout in Las Vegas on Friday, extending his unbeaten log to 14.
The end of the scheduled 10-rounder came 2 minutes, 59 seconds into the second round when the rangy Japanese landed a devastating right uppercut followed with a sizzling left hook to the head, sending Marcos crashing down for the count.
Inada is 14-0 with 10 knockouts, while Marcos fell to 24-12-2 with 20 KOs.
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