Re: Nonito donaire, a top 50 atg?
I've seen the one where Macias gets cut down by Pea**** and it shows how talented even the B-fighters of that era, left by the side of the road by most historically, were and shows it wasn't as thin on the ground talent wise as it may seem looking at some unrecognisable Algerians, Thai's and what not that contended for the title and the fractured titles.
It was bloody good.
And yes Al', a golden era for Mexican boxing IMO and part of the greater picture in the greatest era of bantamweight history.
If you split it down the middle; Jofre to Rose/Olivares to Martinez there isn't much between 'em. Two P4P greats in the first era but as much depth in the latter.
Taken as a whole it's one of the greatest spans for a division in boxing history. Ridiculous.