Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Hudson, Fl
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Originally Posted by King of Sting
I'm not saying that Nonito should've thrown 1000 + punches. But, the kind of effort he is capable of simply wasn't there.
FFS, can you tell me one area that Narvaez is better at compared to Nonito ?
Nonito had every f**kin' advantage, size, reach, weight, punching power, boxing ability, speed and you're tellin' me that the guy with that much going for him is the one that had to be cautious, lmao.
Nonito had every weapon at his disposal, and he all he could do was throw 1-2's all night. I realize the difficulty of fighting an opponent who simply wasn't willing to fight. But, d*mn, when you have every advantage, I expect more out of you, that's all there is to it !!
Now tell me one fight where Donaire has gone at someone and steamrolled them, or manhandled them physically. He's a counter puncher, and when his opponent isn't giving him even one opportunity to capitalize on a mistake, then we get the fight we saw.