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Naoya Inoue became the first Japanese fighter to hold a world title from three different sanctioning bodies with a second-round technical knockout of Nonito Donaire of the Philippines on Tuesday.

Inoue's victory in the title unification bout added Donaire's WBC belt to the WBA and IBF bantamweight championships the fighter already had. Donaire has held five different world titles over the course of his career.

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