Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Photos: Nonito Donaire Trains For The Narvaez Defense

Nonito Donaire training hard in San Carlos, California. The Filipino champion will defend his WBO/WBC bantamweight titles for the last time on October 22nd at New York's Madison Square Garden, when he faces undefeated Omar Narvaez in an HBO televised main event. Donaire will move up to super bantamweight in early 2012. Photos by Sean McDonough.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by [email protected] on 10-10-2011

narvaez is no better than sidorenko...i see a similar ending here...

Comment by F l i c k e r on 10-09-2011

[QUOTE=uglypug;11271769]donaire has the prototype build. . . not too muscular, not too chunky. . . tall, wide back, wide core, long arms, solid base, NO EXCESS muscle in the arms, chest, or shoulders. . . if you want excess muscle…

Comment by FREE WILLY on 10-09-2011

Donaire.... Another b[COLOR="Black"]itch....[/COLOR]

Comment by chiguy91 on 10-09-2011

donaire's the man, just not so excited about his next bout, wish it was a real 118 lber. hopefully narvaez gives him hell.

Comment by bluetuazon on 10-09-2011

[QUOTE=Nonitard;11272082]Narvaez is a good man i hope he doesnt have his wife and kids ringside...[/QUOTE] yeah bro...or they will be a witness to murder.....

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (18)
Top Headlines White: I Won't Do Business With Arum For Pacquiao vs. McGregor! Erick De Leon Aims To Get a Knockout Win on Solo Boxeo Tony Yoka Pumped To Go Pro With Richard Schaefer, Virgil Hunter Francisco Vargas vs. Miguel Berchelt - Undercard Information Tyron Zeuge vs. Isaac Ekpo - Purse Bid Ordered For January 31 David Haye: Bellew Looked Fat and Nervous - He'll Be KO'd Quick Funeka Warns Pacquiao To Take Horn Serious or Suffer Shock Loss Braekhus vs. Svensson is Pushed Back To February 24 Liam Williams vs. Liam Smith For WBO European Belt, April 8 Photos: Fury, Saunders, Adams, Smith-Williams, Flanagan Presser Chocolatito: No Problem Facing Cuadras, But Focus is on Rungvisai Hearn: No Interest in Khan's Proposed 70-30 Split for Brook Bout Yuriorkis Gamboa Inks Promotional With Golden Boy Promotions Nicola Adams Turns Pro With Frank Warren, Will Debut On April 8 Top Rank President Lays Out Michael Conlan's Plan To Stardom Cancer-Free Father Made Camp Less Stressful for Leo Santa Cruz Lara's Coach: Canelo Does Not Have The Style To Beat Golovkin Angel Garcia: Danny Could Ruin Thurman's Career, Like Matthysse's Daily Bread Mailbag: Mayweather-Ali, Cotto-Kirkland, Jack, More Judge Sets Down Terms To Lift Ban on Edwin Valero Movie Nicola Adams Leaves Team GB Boxing Setup, Free To Pursue Other Opportunities Steve Goodwin Updates on Stable, Looks Ahead, Reflects on 2016 Eubank Jr: DeGale is One of The Best at 168? That's Embarrassing! Golovkin's Coach on The Canelo vs. Chavez Jr. Catch-Weight Randy Caballero To Return on March 23 on ESPN Card "Fighting Words" - Angel Garcia to Blame, Though We Enabled Him Abel Sanchez: Maybe It Could Be Golovkin-Chavez, Canelo-Jacobs Puerto Rico Commission To Investigate Vazquez Jr. Pay Claims Shawn Porter Tabs Santa Cruz To Beat Frampton in Rematch Chocolatito: All Rungvisai Has is a Punch, It Won't Be That Difficult Klitschko Coach Says Everyone Will Be Shocked After Joshua Fight Nacho: Juan Manuel Marquez Has Not Retired, Wants To Fight Memo: Chavez Jr. Will Be Stronger, No Weight Issues For Canelo Thurman-Garcia: Narvaez vs. Rodriguez Clash is Eyed For Card Rob Brant Stops Alexis Hloros in First at Grand Casino in Hinckley Canelo vs. Chavez is a Fight Boxing Needed, Says De La Hoya David Haye: Chris Eubank Jr. is a Force, He Will Go All The Way Canelo vs. Chavez: Positive Talks Ongoing With MGM, Jerry Jones Conlan Hopes For 'Dream Fight' With Carl Frampton in The Future Top Rank Prez Eyes Deontay Wilder vs. Joseph Parker Unification
Advertisement
Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement