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Nonito Donaire Blasts Out Hernan Marquez in Eight

By Mark Vester

At the Coliseo Jose Miguel Agrelot in San Juan, Puerto Rico, WBA interim super flyweight champion Nonito Donaire (24-1, 16KOs) stopped Hernan Marqeuez (27-2, 20KOs) in the eight round.

Donaire boxed for the first two rounds. He was fighting in the southpaw stance from the opening bell. Marquez opened up in the third, landing a few combinations. Donaire came back with some very hard punches in the fourth round. In the fifth, Donaire hurt Marquez bad and knocked him down. Marquez was nearly knocked down again. He held on for dear life until the bell.

Marquez held his own for the next couple of rounds, but in the final ten seconds of the eight round, a left uppercut sent Marquez down hard. He beat the count, but his trainer Rudy Perez stopped the contest.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by CharliesRecords on 07-12-2010

What's with Donaire and fighting midgets...move up already....

Comment by AmericanFighter on 07-11-2010

[QUOTE=El Matatan;8798206]Hey Pacdbest what happened to Concepcion? Everybody was talking all that smack. TKO 2 round.[/QUOTE] He's not in JML's league.

Comment by AmericanFighter on 07-11-2010

[QUOTE=Iceta Lives;8796356]Donaire wouldn't land uppercuts like that against Montiel or any other top fighter because they don't lead with their chins like that guy did. Not impressed at all. Donaire got hit with the majority of punches Marquez threw and…

Comment by Hagler★ on 07-11-2010

Just watched the fight, mad respect for Marquez. A lot smaller but massive heart, Donaire is a quality operator too

Comment by Tamis! on 07-11-2010

[QUOTE=Jack Napier;8796493]would you be suspicious if he wasn't Filipino? :laugh: give it a rest Dios[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=Blooper;8796561]once a hater... always a hater. dios is one guy you can smell from a mile away. this guy needs to take a shower asap.[/QUOTE]…

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