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Photos/Weights: Nonito Donaire 116, Omar Narvaez 117

New York, N.Y.  --- (L-R) WBC/WBO World Bantamweight Champion Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire and undefeated two-time world champion and current WBO Jr. Bantamweight Champion Omar Narvaez of Argentina weigh in (Donaire 116.25 lb, Narvaez 117 lb) for their upcoming world title fight, Saturday, October 22 in the Theater at Madison Square Garden.  Promoted by Top Rank, in association with Madison Square Garden, Donaire vs Narvaez will be televised by HBO Boxing After Dark. --- Photos by Chris Farina/Top Rank

 

No. 3 world-rated undefeated 26-0, 22 KOs Featherweight contender Mikey Garcia(pictured) and Juan Carlos Martinez of Mexico weigh in (Garcia 125 lb, Martinez 126.25 lb) for their upcoming world title fight.

Undefeated prospect Jonathan Gonzalez of Caguas, Puerto Rico (L)  poses with Juan Manuel Lopez (R) after weighing in for his upcoming feature fight against Jose Rivera (Gonzalez 113.25 lb, Rivera 113 lb) ,

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Someone88 on 10-22-2011

Go Donaire!

Comment by boxer2k5 on 10-22-2011

he should move up because he was still cutting weight on the same hour of the weigh in. thats dangerous. its pretty much dangerous to not be at fight weight within the same week of the fight. any extra cutting…

Comment by gopi11 on 10-22-2011

Comment by Mr. Philadel on 10-22-2011

[QUOTE=uglypug;11320607]donaire looks a LITTLE dried out. . nothing major - should rehydrate just fine. .. probably just making a point to everybody who says he's "fighting guys much smaller". . . if you can make the weight, shyt, you're golden.…

Comment by JOM'S on 10-22-2011

[QUOTE=JOM'S;11322250]nonito looked better at the weight-in versus montiel... [B]WAR NONITO!![/B][/QUOTE] here is a photo comparison...what you think guys? [img]http://www2.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/Nonito+Donaire+Fernando+Montiel+v+Nonito+Donaire+zgqDrj2iMHdl.jpg[/img] [img]http://www.boxingscene.com/uploads/45191/Donaire_Narvaez_weighin_111021_001a.jpg[/img][/

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