Is Nonito Donaire Scared Of Guillermo Rigondeaux?
Is Nonito Donaire Scared Of Guillermo Rigondeaux?
By Kevin Perry, Ring Talk, special to Doghouse Boxing (Oct 15, 2012) Doghouse Boxing

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Los Angeles, CA. - In what was a one sided fight, Nonito Donaire (30-1, 19 KOs), one of boxing best pound for pound, put forth a display of controlled aggression in an easy victory over Japans Toshiaki Nishioka (39-5-3 24 KOs), a technical knockout in round nine in Carson, CA at the Home Depot Center.

It appeared that the 36 year-old Nishioka had one foot out the door on his boxing career from the opening bell. He hadn’t lost a fight since 2004, yet seemed content to just play safe and go through the motions round after round putting forth little effort in trying to win the fight. On paper he was one of the top fighters in the division, however he hadn’t fought in 15 months, and as expected by this writer he didn’t put up the type of challenge pundits had believed he was capable of.

His last bout, a decision win over way past prime Rafael Marquez (41-7, 37 KOs),a fighter who had three brutal wars with Israel Vasquez and was also stopped by Juan Manuel Lopez (31-2, 28 KOs) last year, was an indicator that he just wouldn’t have the ability to compete with a dynamic fighter like Donaire at this stage in his career. Inside the ring any sense of desire to win was apparent.


Doniare appeared annoyed by the post fight questions of HBO interviewer Max Kellerman in regards to him fighting WBA 122lb champion and 2 time Olympic Gold Medalist Guillermo Rigondeaux (11-0, 8 KOs)... There is more to this article. Read the rest now at Ring Talk, Click here: Is Nonito Donaire Scared Of Guillermo Rigondeaux Ring Talk

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