Photos: Vazquez Ripped and Ready For Nonito Donaire
Wilfrdo Vazquez Jr. (21-1, 18KOs) is training around the clock for the hardest fight of his entire career, scheduled for next Saturday night at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Vazquez will step in the ring with multi-division champion Nonito Donaire (27-1, 18KOs). The vacant WBO super bantamweight title will be at stake. HBO will televise the contest.
Many/most folks might be brushing off this kid too quickly and are expecting another Montiel-like blowout. He was an untested kid that took Arce deep, very creditable performance and almost pulled it out. He was still learning, no amateur experience…Comment by AdamantiumPI on 01-24-2012
[QUOTE=puga;11703025]that's what i said bro..it was bushbaby who said vasquez should box nonito..lol...vasquez got a better chance of being successful at making it a war than concepcion ,given vasquez is bigger, stronger , better all around fighter than el torito...[/QUOTE]…Comment by dubbleleft on 01-24-2012
[QUOTE=Sifo Dyas;11701902]come on you cant beat a washed up mexican but you can beat a pinoy its a start[/QUOTE] One punch can change the whole fight. No fighter has put their head right on donaires chest cause he moves so…Comment by Lords on 01-24-2012
I wouldn't count out out Vazquez Jr. Im just laughen at you people saying he has no chance.Comment by puga on 01-24-2012
[QUOTE=johncods;11703017]LOL **** no. His best chance is to make it a war. He would get picked apart boxing nonito. He should use his power and size and put pressure on nonito.[/QUOTE] that's what i said bro..it was bushbaby who said…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (46)