By James K. Attaglo Wilson

Australian boxer – Jason Moloney is ready to go to war as he crosses path with Japanese three-weight world champion and pound-for-pound talent, Naoya “Monster” Inoue in Las Vegas on Saturday for the WBA/IBF/Ring Magazine bantamweight world titles.

Born in Mitcham, Victoria [Melbourne] on January 10, 1991, Moloney has held the WBA Oceania [2017] and the Commonwealth [2018] bantamweight titles.

The Smooth One [Moloney], however, lost to Emmanuel Rodriguez via split decision in October 2018 [in the World Boxing Super Series.

On March 30, 2019, Jason Moloney who represented Australia as an amateur at the 2010 Commonwealth Games retained his WBA Oceania bantamweight title having beaten Cris Paulino.

Speaking to the press yesterday ahead of fight night, the 29-year-old Australian boxer said losing to Emmanuel Rodriguez has taught him a great lesson so he’s not going to let himself lose again in the ring as he seek to become the best bantamweight boxer in the world:

Jason_Maloney poses with the Australian flag
Jason_Maloney poses with the Australian flag

“I think that everything happens for a reason, and that loss that I suffered against {Emmanuel} Rodriguez showed me how much I want this.

“I will not let myself lose again. On Saturday night, nothing will stop me, and I will become the best bantamweight in the world.”

“I know I can win this fight. I don’t care if some people think that I can’t win this fight. I believe, and I know that I can win it.”

“He has never faced a fighter as relentless as me. I’m going to take him to places he has never been before.”

“I can’t wait. There has been a lot of talk about ‘The Monster’ coming to Las Vegas, but people haven’t seen what I can do inside those ropes.”