|02-05-2012, 09:02 PM||#11|
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He has the style and discipline;
He's got that move that will remind you of the Legendary Sugar Ray Leonard;
His main advantage over PACMAN is that he can speak English fluently;
Give him time to settle down at 122lbs., before he goes up at 126lbs.
One step at a time.
|02-05-2012, 09:21 PM||#12|
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He was the real deal.
Pacquiao is good. Its just that his efforts above 140 have been dubious at best.
Already Donaire has demonstrated better technique, more diversity, and a willingness to face the best while they still are the best.
In many opinions, that has already set Donaire in a position to surpass Manny Pacquiao.
The biggest factor really is that Donaire requires 1/100 of the hype that Manny Pacquiao does to be a star. Donaire's career speaks for itself. Pacquiao hires Arum to make him seem like something much grander than he ever really was.
Its ashamed that the two will never meet because if they did, my money would be on Nonito.
He's definitely the better boxer and technicican.
|02-05-2012, 09:35 PM||#13|
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