Nonito Donaire Jr. lost both his world title and his chance to get the Muhammad Ali Trophy against Naoya Inoue. The Filipino Flash uploaded a video of his son crying after seeing his swollen face full of bruises.
Nonito Donaire Jr., The Filipino Flash, lost via unanimous decision to Japanese boxer Naoya Inoue, known as The Monster. Donaire, 36, gave Inoue, 26, a tough and competitive fight despite the huge age disadvantage.
Nonito Donaire Jr. shocked the boxing world when as an underdog, he was able to take the WBA bantamweight crown from Irishman Ryan Burnett. KAMI presents to you a list of some of his most incredible knockout victories.
Nonito Donaire Jr. defeated Stephon Young in Louisiana. He won via a knockout in the sixth round. Aside from keeping his WBA title, he also advanced to the finals of a prestigious tournament.
Filipino boxer Donnie Nietes defeated Kazuto Ioka of Japan on New Year’s Eve. The Pinoy prizefighter also joined Pacquiao and Donaire as the only Filipino boxers to win world titles in four different weight divisions.
Elite Pinoy boxer Nonito Donaire Jr. fought Irishman Ryan Burnett for the WBA bantamweight crown. The Filipino Flash won via technical knockout. The fight ended when Burnett was unable to continue due to a back injury.