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Nonito Donaire Knocks Manuel Vargas Out in Three

By Mark Vester

At the Las Vegas Hilton in Las Vegas, WBA interim-super flyweight champion Nonito Donaire (23-1, 15KOs) knocked out late-replacement Manuel Vargas (26-5, 11KOs) in three rounds.

Donaire looked like a giant compared to Vargas. Donaire started pushing forward with the jab and the hard right hand. Donaire had every advantage and Vargas could not get off with anything. Donaire was too big, his hands were too long and his shots were too fast. He shook Vargas with a left hook in the middle of the round.

In the second Vargas was able to get a nice left in but Donaire started landing hard rights that pushed Vargas back hard. In the third, Donaire was unloading to the head and body. During an exchange, Donaire landed a massive uppercut to knock Vargas out cold for the full count.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Datu Puti on 02-14-2010

:boxing:[QUOTE=Lenny Anaconda;7502182]Now why don't you get in the ring with a real fighter and prove your P4P spot in Ring is warranted?[/QUOTE] the problem is nobody wants a piece of Donaire in the lower weight class, with exception of DARCHINIYAN…

Comment by Iceta Lives on 02-14-2010

Now why don't you get in the ring with a real fighter and prove your P4P spot in Ring is warranted?

Comment by drockafella on 02-14-2010

he already knocked vic out you idiots

Comment by DiLLiNGER on 02-14-2010

[QUOTE=bootleggking;7498475]i'm tired of seeing donaire fight bums!!!!!... like damn.... fight someone who has a pulse already... darchinyan, or even arce, or montiel at 118[/QUOTE] What you smokin on?? Donaire is a good fighter is not his fault there's no one…

Comment by [email protected] on 02-14-2010

the problem is nobody seems to step up to fight nonito. bring in montiel...

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