Mijares: I Have The Anidote To Defeat Nonito Donaire!

By Jhonny Gonzalez

IBF super flyweight champion Cristian Mijares is committed to a title defense on the 10th September in Zacatecas, but he doesn't want that to be his last fight in 2011. Mijares has been involved in 14 world title fights, winning 11 and losing 3, and two of those title fights were at bantamweight.

Mijares has issued challenge to WBO/WBC bantamweight champion Nonito Donaire. He wants to fight Donaire on the Miguel Cotto-Antonio Margarito card on December 3 at New York's Madison Square Garden. Mijares is confident that a good boxer will provide Donaire with plenty of fits in the ring.

"I know you think I'm crazy, but I'm not, I have the antidote to defeat Nonito. He's only faced pure punchers. I think he would be in jeopardy against a smart boxer," Mijares said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by [email protected] on 08-14-2011

mijares is dreaming in broad daylight! there's no harm in dreaming anyway...

Comment by archermac X on 08-14-2011

Mijares would rather earn big dollars losing his title to Donaire than lose it to Raul Martinez who is his mandatory with little money.

Comment by bluetuazon on 08-13-2011

nonito will beat u with his other hand tied in his back....

Comment by sebastianb7312 on 08-13-2011

Lmao! Is dis guy Mijares okay? Dude Vic Darchinyan smashed on *nd Nonito smashed on Vic as hard it is for me to say that! But truth is the truth! U wont last 3 to 4rds if that with lash!…

Comment by BoxerDood on 08-13-2011

Raul Martinez is gonna box circles around this guy. He's Donaire's most underrated win.

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