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Nonito Donaire Could Be Stripped of The WBC Title

The World Boxing Council established communication twice with WBC Bantamweight world champion, Nonito Donaire, of The Philippines, by virtue of the fact that Donaire won his title by defeating “Cochulito” Montiel, of Mexico, on February 19th, 2011, and has not put his title on the line.

From the previously mentioned date up to now, four months and 13 days have gone by; Donaire has held the title since then, but has not made any defense of it.

Our rules and regulations obligate all champions to make a title defense every four months, as six months without doing so represent declaring the title vacant.

Considering the aforementioned facts, Nonito Donaire is being notified in time that he must comply with his obligations as a champion, and so far, we have not received a reply from the Philippine fighter.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LeadUppercut on 07-06-2011

[QUOTE=puga;10796115]which is more hilarious coz i understand the game more than you do.........i thought youre piss drinker fan first then a flomo?.....you aint confdent huh?..lol....floyd's b1tchass will never fight pac, period..!...let me know when floyd miraculously mans up.....[/QUOTE] " [I]Pacquiao,…

Comment by puga on 07-05-2011

[QUOTE=LeadUppercut;10796100]Which is hilarious, considering that she probably understands the sport better than you do. BTW Mr Confident, you and I are betting if the Pac/May fights gets made ;)[/QUOTE] which is more hilarious coz i understand the game more than…

Comment by LeadUppercut on 07-05-2011

[QUOTE=puga;10795913]fukk that b1cth......i hope we'll never have to hear anything from that whore ever again concerning boxing......[/QUOTE] Which is hilarious, considering that she probably understands the sport better than you do. BTW Mr Confident, you and I are betting if…

Comment by puga on 07-05-2011

[QUOTE=EDD1;10795903]What does rachel have to say about this?[/QUOTE] fukk that b1cth......i hope we'll never have to hear anything from that whore ever again concerning boxing......

Comment by EDD1 on 07-05-2011

What does rachel have to say about this?

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