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Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue Odds, Picks & How to Watch

Dylan Bowker

by Dylan Bowker in Boxing

Updated Jul 21, 2023 · 2:48 PM PDT

Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue Odds
The boxing ring is illuminated prior to the heavyweight unification title fight between IBF, WBO, IBO world champion, Wladimir Klitschko of the Ukraine and WBA world champion David Haye of Britain in the stadium in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, July 2, 2011. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
  • Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue goes Tuesday, July 25th at 4:30 am EST
  • Inoue is more than a three-to-one favorite in this bout
  • Check out the Fulton vs Inoue odds, analysis, and predictions, below

Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue goes down at the Ariake Arena in Tokyo, Japan, and broadcasts on ESPN+. The latter is favored over the former in the Fulton vs Inoue betting odds, priced at -340.

Let’s analyze the Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue odds as we provide our best bet for this bout.

Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue Odds

Fighter Odds
Stephen Fulton +250
Naoya Inoue -340

Inoue is a favorite in the boxing odds at -340, meaning the boxer has 77.3% implied win probability.

This contest is for the WBO and WBC super bantamweight belts with Fulton and Inoue in the champion and challenger roles, respectively.



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Stephen Fulton’s Betting Outlook vs Inoue

Fulton returns after over a year away from competing inside the ring and fights outside the US for the first time.

He aims to make the sophomore defense of this pair of belts in the coming days. This bout fits nicely within a week that also features Terence Crawford vs Errol Spence, and it looks to be a monumental Summer for the sweet science community.

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The unified super bantamweight champ clashes with the former undisputed bantamweight champ here in Inoue.

‘Cool Boy Steph’ clashes with a pound-for-pound ranked pugilist with a near ninety percent finishing rate in the sport.

Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue Recent Fights

Daniel Roman, win via UD Fight 1 Paul Butler, win via TKO
Brandon Figueroa, win via MD Fight 2 Nonito Donaire, win via TKO
Angelo Leo, win via UD Fight 3 Aran Dipaen, win via TKO
Arnold Khegai, win via UD Fight 4 Michael Dasmariñas, win via KO


This fight was rescheduled from an initial booking in May after Inoue sustained an undisclosed injury.

Naoya Inoue’s Betting Outlook vs Fulton

Inoue steps up in weight for this challenge here as he aims to become a world champion across a fourth division.

He is one of the most excited, multi-faceted, and proven fighters in the sport who already has a deep resume but Inoue clearly hungers for more.

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Both 122-pounders are undefeated and barring a draw in the coming days, someone’s 0 has got to go.

This is a compelling clash of styles, with Inoue being a hugely prolific KO artist while Fulton has a high fight IQ-minded, smooth approach. Can Fulton show composed, mobile defensive responsibility or will Inoue impose his will to halt the champ as he has done to most of his professional opponents?

Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue Tale of the Tape

21-0 Record 24-0
8 Knockouts 21
5’6 Height 5’5
70″ Reach 67″
Orthodox Stance Orthodox

Stephen Fulton vs Naoya Inoue Prediction

This incredible prizefight is scheduled for twelve rounds, and I think seeking out the prop bet on this fight not going the distance represents good value (-120).

Fulton sometimes has a propensity to get drawn into a firefight and indulge an entertaining fight. Doing that with someone who has the one-shot finishing ability and chipping-away approach of Inoue will likely not bode well for the defending titleholder here.

Ultimately, I believe there’s value in pursuing prop bets on Inoue winning via KO or TKO (+100).

Pick: Naoya Inoue (-340)


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