Originally Posted by BlackBrenny
He was an outstanding amateur, but don't you think his lack of pro experience would tell against a great veteran like Donaire? Rigo has shown weaknesses when he can't get his man out of there early, and Donaire isn't going anywhere soon.
Agree with Broner, Broner is good but all of this "special" talk is overboard, he's no different than any other great prospect that's been produced in the last ten years, and he should already have two losses on his slate
But someone with his undoubted talent will learn every single day in the gym and learn you don't need to win fights by KO'S all the time just keep winning.
I will reverse the tactics,will Donaire get frustrated and make mistakes when he's punching fresh air? that's what I see happening rigo clear pts.
totally agreed on boner