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Old 10-13-2012, 12:23 PM
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"What's his name, and he's fighting what's his name?" lmao. If it wasn't already obvious that he doesn't give a fuck who's across the ring from him, it should be now.

People who don't want to fight "price themselves out", always is treated as a legit excuse for a fight that doesn't happen. Donaire doesn't give a shit. He's guaranteed a certain amount, regardless of the quality of his opposition.
Moreno/Arce/Rigo supposedly priced themselves out when the Donaire fight was on the table, are these just coincidences? Will Mares price himself out too?

Just adds more weight to my suspicion that he'll be leaving 122 sooner rather than later. There will be a reason why he exits the division, and he'll receive little criticism for it.

He said it himself, he feels that Nishioka is the most dangerous opponent available....so why will he fight the others? He only fought Montiel and didn't bother with the other top 118lb fighters. Why would he change his pattern now? The TR/GBP feud probably has something to do with those fights not happening. However, Donaire not fighting Rigo will be even more surprising since it IS an in-house fight.

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