Arce Starts Camp With Nacho, Vows To Beat Donaire
By Rafael Soto
Five-time world champion Jorge Arce has already started training in Mexico City alongside his veteran coach Nacho Beristain, as the tough Mexican anticipates a title crack at WBO/WBC Diamond super bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire on December 15th at the new Arena in Mexico City.
Arce (61-6-2, 46 KOs) started training with Nacho at the famous Romanza Gym, where Juan Manuel Marquez is training for a fourth clash with Manny Pacquiao on December 8th. This would be the fourth fight of the year for Donaire (30-1-0, 19 KO's).
Arce already held the WBO super bantamweight crown that Donaire currently has around his waist. Last year, Arce knocked out Wilfredo Vazquez Jr. in the twelfth round to capture the title in Las Vegas.
"Some will say that I'm crazy and so much more, but I have shut the mouths of the critics several times in the ring [and the fight against] Donaire will be no exception - as I will prepare even better [than I have in the past as I work] next to Nacho Beristain," Nacho said.
[QUOTE=royjonesjrKTFO;12632623]Bob Arum planning to match Donaire when Rigondeaux is close to 40. Right now he has the most perfect opponent to look great against in Arce. A fighter whom's best days are way behind him. He's small, old, tailor-made. Come…Comment by royjonesjrKTFO on 10-23-2012
Bob Arum planning to match Donaire when Rigondeaux is close to 40. Right now he has the most perfect opponent to look great against in Arce. A fighter whom's best days are way behind him. He's small, old, tailor-made. Come…Comment by elfag on 10-23-2012
this fight is such a joke. everyone was talking how shot arce was... in 2009, 3 years ago when little darchiniyan was beating him. I cant defend donaire anymore, he has so much potential but he fights bums.Comment by Angry Cuban on 10-23-2012
[QUOTE=ImFromInternet;12632246]you got a point there, fans will be blaming on the boxers for ducking/matchmaking, but how many times is it really the promoter who steers the wheel... still, soon he has to face Rigo etc.. it has to happen,[/QUOTE] I…Comment by ImFromInternet on 10-23-2012
[QUOTE=Overhand Right;12632132]I agreee with him being ambitious, the problem is, his boss is a f*cking piece of horse sh*t.[/QUOTE] you got a point there, fans will be blaming on the boxers for ducking/matchmaking, but how many times is it really…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (26)