Nonito Donarie and 2012 U.S. Olympian Jose Ramirez will headline an UniMas-televised card on July 18 at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena in Macau.
Former four-division titlist Nonito Donaire returned to the ring on Saturday in his homeland of the Philippines, stopping William Prado in two rounds.
Two fights into his comeback after a loss to WBC titlist Jhonny Gonzalez, featherweight Abner Mares has his sights set on four potential and prominent opponents.
Former four-division titlist Nonito Donaire says he’s rejuvenated and ready for another big run at either junior featherweight or featherweight.
Jesus Cuellar, THE RING’s No. 9-rated featherweight, used body shots to break down Ruben Tamayo to a fifth-round stoppage on Saturday at the Little Creek Casino in Shelton, Washington. The Argentine southpaw looks like a player in the deep 126-pound division.
WBA featherweight titlist Nicholas Walters says everyone else in the featherweight division are mere fighters and that he’s a gladiator.
RingTV caught up with Roy Jones Jr. after the HBO-televised “Mexican Style” card on Oct. 18. Jones says Nicholas Walters is the new star of the featherweight division, Nonito Donaire should go back down to 122 pounds, and Gennady Golovkin should fight Andre Ward. “Give the fans what they want,” Jones said.
Nonito Donaire admitted that he can’t compete with featherweights like Nichols Walters, who stopped him in six rounds on Saturdays, but the 31-year-old Filipino star also says he won’t consider retirement yet. If he continues boxing he’s got some hard choices to make.