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Chemito Moreno: One More Fight, Then I Want Donaire

By Hilmar Rojas

Panama - Anselmo "Chemito" Moreno (31-0, 11KOs) wants to have one more fight before pursuing a unification with WBC/WBO bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire. On Friday at the Arena Robert Duran, Moreno retained his "super champion" version of the WBA crown, by stopping Venezuelan Lorenzo "Lencho" Parra in eight rounds.

Moreno looked sharp after months of inactivity but wants to have at least one more fight before a showdown with Donaire. He was scheduled to face Donaire in May, but the Filipino boxer became involved in a legal situation with his promoter Top Rank. Donaire has been inactive since February.

"In this victory over Parra. everything happened as we thought it would. I want one more fight, and by 2012 we are going after Nonito Donaire," Moreno said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Pinoy4ever on 06-20-2011

Nonito would beat this guy no doubt in my mind.

Comment by STEELHEAD on 06-20-2011

please donair don't waist yours and our time against a featherfister like moreno...please

Comment by komandante on 06-18-2011

Moreno, Mayweather, Raheem, Withaker are boring fighters.They will dance the whole night:boxing:

Comment by FloydTBE on 06-18-2011

hopefully this donaire vs top rank thing will go away, n we will see nonito being more active

Comment by bojangles1987 on 06-18-2011

He may not have a choice if he wants to stay active. When is Donaire supposed to fight again? Has the Golden Boy/Top Rank argument over him ended yet?

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