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 Last update:  2/18/2011       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
Weights: Fernando Montiel 118, Nonito Donaire 118
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By Rick Reeno

Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas - The weights are in for tomorrow night. WBC/WBO bantamweight champion Fernando Montiel (44-2-2, 34KOs) stepped on scale, ripped and ready, and was 118-pounds on the nose. Challenger Nonito Donaire (25-1, 17KOs).  stepped on the scale next and was also in excellent shape, weighing in at the division limit of 118-pounds.

Some of the fighters in the house include Marco Antonio Barrera, Jorge Arce, Antonio Margarito and Juan Manuel Lopez.

In the HBO televised co-feature, welterweight Jesus Soto-Karass (24-5, 16KOs) was 146-pounds, while undefeated Mike Jones (23-0, 18KOs) was 147 at the limit.

Tags: Nonito Donaire , Fernando Montiel , Montiel-Donaire , Montiel vs Donaire , Mike Jones , Jesus Soto Karass , Jones vs Soto Karass , Jones-Soto Karass


 

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comment by TuRoK'em, on 02-18-2011
[QUOTE=Chups]Yeah, both are known to give it all, generally with a do or die attitude. Mexicans known for their strength and Pinoys for their speed. These two are the perfect examples.[/QUOTE] lmao your sig haha...xcaret is a funny a$$ vato

comment by Chups, on 02-18-2011
[QUOTE=AmericanFighter]I give Bob Arum props for this one. Any time you put a Mexican and a Filipino in a boxing ring, it's going to be a treat. No doubt there will be blood all over. Can't fackin wait![/QUOTE] Yeah, both are known to give it all, generally with a do or die attitude. Mexica...

comment by Mr. Mark, on 02-18-2011
[QUOTE=HUITZILOPOCHTLI]well i don't want to hear any excuses from you flips when Montiel kos donaire. i don't want to hear you say oh well donaire had trouble with the weight. u ****in flips make more excuses than anyone when your precious fighters lose!! **** off!!![/QUOTE] Can we both agree ...

huh?
comment by HUITZILOPOCHTLI, on 02-18-2011
well i don't want to hear any excuses from you flips when Montiel kos donaire. i don't want to hear you say oh well donaire had trouble with the weight. u ****in flips make more excuses than anyone when your precious fighters lose!! **** off!!!

comment by Check_hooks, on 02-18-2011
So when Donaire kicks Montiels ass I dont wanna hear any excuses cuz they both made weight. Team Montiel is already mentally beaten.

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