I'd say Nonito Donaire vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux (April 13).
Rigondeaux has some 400 amateur fights (including two Olympic Gold
medals) with *twelve* losses - remember how easy it is, both to loose
and to win, in amateur boxing, as it is often so close. Also, on Cuba,
there are no "cab drivers" to fight - well, they might drive cabs as
well, to earn the extra buck from European tourists - point is, they
are all young and fit, some insanely so.
In the few fights I've seen Rigondeaux, he has looked *stunning*:
extreme athleticism, *very* elusive, southpaw, counterpunching with
You all know Donaire, so I won't go on about him. Will his left hook
be devastating to a southpaw, or will the Cuban be able to take that
away from him? I think Mr. Rig's chin is barely tested, in part
because of his short pro career, in part because he is so good.
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