"Walters was just too big for me"

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by The Akbar One, Oct 19, 2014.


  1. Cormega

    Cormega Quadruple OG Full Member

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    Too big... Maybe. Too good... Yes.
     
  2. Gneus7

    Gneus7 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Well it's true.
     
  3. daprofessor

    daprofessor da legendary professor Full Member

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    everytime i think this guy knows how to lose with class he comes back and starts making bull**** excuses. smh.
     
  4. WildStyle

    WildStyle J.C. Penny's belt $2.99 booted

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    Donaire didn't have a clue as to how to get around that jab and it was pretty much a wrap after that. The size wasn't a factor as much as it was Nonito's inability to fix his flaws as a fighter. Truth is, he never made the improvements he needed to make as a fighter.
     
  5. Boxmaster

    Boxmaster Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Donaire was beating guys bigger than him for most of his career, was in the top P4P, but now suddenly he isn't elite level? Are you crazy?
     
  6. Godhead

    Godhead Well-Known Member Full Member

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    He's use to being bigger then all his opponents just like Erik Morales was.
     
  7. Jai C

    Jai C Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Donaire was a bully fighting smaller guys. He just got a taste of his own medicine.
     
  8. elchivito

    elchivito master betty Full Member

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    Na, wasn't just the size man, Nonito tho he always looked like a natural featherweight knocking out flyweights, he does have that win over the much taller Mathebula. Walters is just a smart rangy puncher that is lethal at long and short range. Nonito almost got saved by his lefthook again, but not this time. Nonito simply got outclassed, not as if Walters won on a lucky punch. The Axeman has arrived.
     
  9. SteelShoulders

    SteelShoulders Well-Known Member Full Member

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    The mental effects of that rigo beatdown
     
  10. Cormega

    Cormega Quadruple OG Full Member

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    All this talk about an inch or two and a few measly pounds difference on fight night is just stupid. Donaire wasn't too big for the noticeably smaller Rigondeaux when they fought, now was he? :nono

    Another in a long line of bull**** excuses from Donaire, and a bunch of internet stans who have never laced up a pair of gloves going on about "picking on smaller guys" because "so and so was two inches shorter" or whatever...
     
  11. DobyZhee

    DobyZhee Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Did Nonito not give credit to Walters at the end of the match?

    So why are people mad
     
  12. PaulButlersMum

    PaulButlersMum COME ON PAUL!!!!!!!!!!!!! booted Full Member

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    OK so it's not right that Donaire was using the too big excuse for his loss to Walters.. Yet your main constant petty excuse on the Loma -Rigo schooling was the weight! Double standards exposed again The Akbar Dumb aka ThePettyExcuseMakerOne :qmeparto::thumbsup:
     
  13. FuMaster

    FuMaster Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Donaire is a biatch. I remember on of those 24x7 kind of shows his sob story about being bullied as a small kid. Yet, as you pointed out, his main advantage was being a bully in the ring fighting smaller guys.
     
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