Originally Posted by Jim
Nonito Donaire is simply asking the Hideous Cuban to put a decent name or two on his resume. This aids tremendously in building up the fight and inevitably lining both fighter's pockets with greater return. At the moment, only die hard boxing fans know who the Hideous Cuban is.
Right now, the Hideous Cuban has zero negotiating power. None. **** draws more flies to it than fans to one of the Hideous Cuban's fights. An impressive win over Mathebula or Wilfredi Vazquez Jr. would make the fight significantly more marketable.
How does his resume compare to Mathebula and Vazquez Jr? How does his notoriety in the US compare to those two and Nishioka and Narvaez? Just wondering.