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RingTv image Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Read on for a lot of fan feedback on Guillermo Rigondeuax’s unanimous decision over Nonito Donaire in this week’s Monday mailbag. Fans are split on whether the fight was one-sided or close and whether it was entertaining or a total stinker. Enjoy!

RingTv image Video: Rigondeaux post-fight press row interview

Video: Rigondeaux post-fight press row interview

Guillermo Rigondeaux dismisses media and fans who think his fight with Nontio Donaire was close: “You saw the difference in my boxing and his boxing, but since I’m Cuban they don’t want to recognize the talent. I shut him out. I’m the best at 122 pounds.”

RingTv image Video: Arum wasn’t pleased with Rigondeaux’s style

Video: Arum wasn’t pleased with Rigondeaux’s style

Bob Arum, the promoter of Guillermo Rigondeaux and Nonito Donaire, was not happy with the manner the Cuban counter puncher outclassed the Filipino star. “If Rigondeaux stands and fights, the (S.O.B.) has a lot of power and skill, but running as he does makes (him unwatchable).”

RingTv image Live video: Donaire-Rigondeaux weigh-in

Live video: Donaire-Rigondeaux weigh-in

Watch today’s live weigh-in for the Nonito Donaire-Guillermo Rigondeaux fight from Madison Square Garden right here at RingTV.com, starting at 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT. (Donaire and Rigondeaux go to the scales at 2:15 p.m. followed by the remainder of the card.)’

RingTv image Video: Donaire media workout interview

Video: Donaire media workout interview

Nonito Donaire says his speed, intelligence, and pro experience will be the difference when he defends his RING 122-pound championship title against amateur legend and WBA beltholder Guillermo Rigondeaux on Saturday.

RingTv image Time Machine: McKinney vs. Ncita

Time Machine: McKinney vs. Ncita

In honor of the Donaire-Rigondeaux junior featherweight championship, RingTV.com’s resident historian Lee Groves relives one of the 122-pound division’s underrated classics, Kennedy McKinney’s knockout of Welcome Ncita in December 1992.