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Old 04-09-2013, 12:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Angelo89 View Post
On the Road to Donaire-Rigondeaux, Max Kellerman said:



Strong words from Kellerman and I agree with him, Donaire is fighting the best he can possibly fight. In an era where all the top boxers refuse to fight each, it's great to see Donaire not duck anyone and put his legacy on the line for us fans so we can watch the best fight we could possibly see.

Lets not forget Rigo had been chasing Donaire for a very long time and even resigned with Bob just for Donaire. Donaire has been squandering with excuses ever since Rigo has been calling him until Donaire was finally cornerd and forced to take this fight. Donaire did not take this fight so willingly and gracefully. Now am not saying Donaire shouldn't get some credit, but lets not pretend Donaire was always open and wanting this fight. Donaire knows Rigo is the best his fought to date and so is Donaire to Rigo. This is one the best fights that can be had and were lucky especially how boxing is run this days. Rigo should be getting props for being the one who has been the one determined to make this fight happen.
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