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Old 02-04-2013, 02:47 PM   #148
Cuban Bon Bon
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Default Re: Why Guillermo Rigondeaux beats Nonito Donaire

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Originally Posted by randomwalk View Post
A grown man beating up 17 year olds.. Rigo's left is wild. Look at his fights. It is fast, but he drops his right and leaves himself open. The cans he has been fighting have been able to time the counter at times. Nonito will time it easily.
Juan Carlos Gomez: Gold Medal, World Junior Championships ( age 17 )
Joel Casamayor: Gold medal, World Junior Championships ( age 18 )
Felix Savon: Gold medal, 1987 PanAm games ( age 20 )
Ariel Hernandez: Gold medal, World junior Championships ( age 17 )
Emilio Correa: Gold medal, PanAm games ( age 18 )
Rolando Garbey: Gold medal, PanAm games ( age 20 )
Adolfo Horta: Gold medal, World Championships ( age 20 )
Angel Herrera: Gold medal, Olympics ( age 19 )
Jose Gomez: Gold medal, Olympics ( age 21 )
Roberto Balado: Gold medal, World Championships ( age 20 )
Hector Vinent: Gold medal, World Championships ( age 18 )
Ramon Garbey: Gold medal, PanAm games ( age 20 )
Mario Kindelan: Gold medal, PanAm games ( age 21 )
Guillermo Rigondeaux: Gold medal, Olympics ( age 20 )
Diogenes Luna: Gold medal, PanAm games ( age 21 )
Odlanier Solis: Gold medal, PanAm games ( age 19 )
Yordenis Ugas: Gold medal, World Championships ( age 19 )
Roniel Iglesias: Gold medal, World Championships ( age 18 )
Robeisy Ramirez: Gold medal, 2012 Olympics ( age 18 )

Most Cubans win their first World amateur Titles in their late teens to early twenties ... Your myth is busted.

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