Thai 118-lbs challenger Aran Dipaen Eating Good in Japan Ahead of Tough Naoya Inoue Fight
By Carlos Costa
Thu, 02 Dec 2021
World title challenger Aran Dipaen (12-2, 11 KO’s), the hard-swinging Thai fighter set to battle sensational unified WBA/IBF Bantamweight world champion “The Monster” Naoya Inoue (21-0, 18 KO’s), is already in his hotel room in Japan, hungry for nutritious food, checking out the hotel’s menu.
The 30-year-old Aran Dipaen squares off the winner of the prestigious WBSS Muhammad Ali Trophy Naoya Inoue in a Ohashi Promotions this on Tuesday, Dec 14, at the 11,000-capacity Ryõgoku Kokigikan Arena in Tokyo, Japan.
During lunch today, the confident Aran Dipaen (a.k.a. GPP Kaen Nakhon Ruakaimook), notices the delicious Japanese food options available for room service, such as beef rice, curry rice, grilled fish rice, Japanese vegetable salad, and more.
The menu also offers dishes from his land of Thailand like basil rice with fried eggs, curry paste fried rice, and spicy seafood tom yum noodles.
Dipaen orders Japanese Vegetable Salad with Grilled Fish Rice. Good choice!
The Thai challenger – born in the beautiful Thai city of Khon Kaen – seems to be alright with his weight, eating good to gain as much nutrients and strength as possible for his moment of the truth when he climbs the ring for his crucial battle against the 28-year-old Japanese super star Naoya Inoue, one of the top-10 P4P most exciting fighters in the Planet.
Then, If “The Monster” Inoue wins, as many boxing fans think, will he be on his way to unifying 118-lbs titles in a hot, thrilling battle against Filipino world champion WBO king Johnriel Casimero or on a verge of a rematch against WBC titlist “The Filipino Flash” Nonito Donaire, the 2019 fight of the year war..???
Inoue or Dipaen, who will emerge victorious in the Land of the Rising Sun? May the Best Man Win!
The author Carlos Costa is a veteran fight reporter with a lifetime passion for the sport of boxing. Carlos can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and WhatsApp +639184538152.
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