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Old 10-15-2012, 12:34 PM   #16
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Default Re: Robert Garcia: "Guillermo Riglassdeaux would be an easy fight for Donaire"

He has a belt, many (myself included) think he is one of the best in the division, make short work of him then and get an easy title.
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Old 10-15-2012, 12:36 PM   #17
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Default Re: Robert Garcia: "Guillermo Riglassdeaux would be an easy fight for Donaire"

I definitely agree that Nonito Donaire would make easy work of Guillermo Rigondeaux. Guillermo Rigondeax has a streaky chin, as evidenced by him being dropped by a Ricardo Cordona jab and stunned by the only two flush punches that Roberto Marroquin landed. Neither guy possesses the talent, speed, power, and skill of the Filipino Flash.

Nonito Donaire would have 12 rounds to catch the hideous Cuban and he doesn't necessarily even have to land a haymaker. A decent shot from the San Leandro native should be able to turn the Jackal's legs into jelly.
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Old 10-15-2012, 12:37 PM   #18
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Well, lets make the fight and then move up to 126 for greener pastures then.
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Old 10-15-2012, 12:56 PM   #19
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There are many good points regarding why this fight hasn't been made...Rigo is boring, Rigo isn't marketable, Rigo hasn't earned it, Rigo hasn't fought anyone(which is why he isn't marketable). But regardless of all of that. I'd still like to see what happens inside the ring. Make the ****ing fight. Boxing fans should never calculate or give a flying **** about financial implications. For the record, I think Donaire would come out on top. Rigo would become even more defensive than he already is and barely throw a punch.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:01 PM   #20
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There are many good points regarding why this fight hasn't been made...Rigo is boring, Rigo isn't marketable, Rigo hasn't earned it, Rigo hasn't fought anyone(which is why he isn't marketable). But regardless of all of that. I'd still like to see what happens inside the ring. Make the ****ing fight. Boxing fans should never calculate or give a flying **** about financial implications. For the record, I think Donaire would come out on top. Rigo would become even more defensive than he already is and barely throw a punch.

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. Shit 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.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:04 PM   #21
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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. Shit 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.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:05 PM   #22
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Rigo is pulling a Haye....talk enough shit and everyone will demand you fight the top guy even though you havent done anything to EARN the shot.

Fact is Rigo has 11 ****ing pro fights, but at this point public demand is so strong this fight should be made now. Donaire needs to go ahead and knock Glasseaux out already and shut everyone up
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:07 PM   #23
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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. Shit 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.

No kindergarten today? Practicing coloring words? Can't read wtf you are writing.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:09 PM   #24
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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. Shit 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.
All fair and correct points, but I still don't care, or calculate that into whether or not I want to see that fight happen.
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:09 PM   #25
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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.

People can't understand this, and it sounds so simple.
Rigo debut as a pro was so anticipated that was shown on national tv
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:39 PM   #26
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Default Re: Robert Garcia: "Guillermo Riglassdeaux would be an easy fight for Donaire"

Robert is being a politician...
What he means is **** Rigo, He ain't worth a training camp.
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:02 PM   #27
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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. Shit 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.
Nonito isn't a draw either.
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:03 PM   #28
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Default Re: Robert Garcia: "Guillermo Riglassdeaux would be an easy fight for Donaire"

Some true ****tards on this forum. Nonito Donaire currently would destroy Rigondeaux, who has he beaten who is on the same level as Donaire?
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:08 PM   #29
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Some true ****tards on this forum. Nonito Donaire currently would destroy Rigondeaux, who has he beaten who is on the same level as Donaire?
The same goes for NoRigo Ducknaire.
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Old 10-15-2012, 03:06 PM   #30
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The same goes for NoRigo Ducknaire.

Norigo ducknaire!
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