The Philippine boxer fighter sensation Nonito Donaire puts his cash on a late-rounds strike by Manny Pacquiao on March 13, 2010 at Cowboys Stadium, Dallas.
Nonito Donaire, regarded as the successor evident of Manny Pacquiao, told the daily PSA Forum last Tuesday that the Filipino’s velocity and power will be too much for Ghanaian Joshua Clottey to knob when the two clash at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas.
“Joshua Clottey is a dangerous boxer and has an extremely good cover,” Nonitor Donaire renowned.
Manny Pacquiao will cause hurt near the beginning in the clash and he will catch him (Joshua Clottey) later on,” the Bohol Pride Boxing fighter but US-raised fighter said.
Nonito Donaire, in the meantime, exposed that he will possible come back to the ring on May 8, 2010 in Mexico against an enemy which will be named soon and that he will force into training by the middle of March 2010 because he has to have “eight weeks of good quality training.”
On Nonito Donaire’s possible opponents are Fernando Montiel of Mexico and Hozumi Hasagewa of Japan.
“I want that clash (on May 8) to be a world title fight at 118 lbs,” said the 27-year-old Nonito Donaire of Philippines, who reigns as the World Boxing Association (WBA) interim super-fly titleholder when he fought Manuel Vargas.
While there is still abundance of free instance, Nonito Donaire is focusing on some showbiz commitment, including a shift in Manny Pacquiao’s comedy show "Show Me D Manny".
“I have to be in preparing soon,” answered Nonito Donaire when asked about his look on the show.