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February 18, 2011

Original Article: Yahoo! Sport UK & Ireland

By Kevin Iole

Friday, February 18, 2011

Nonito Donaire will fight Fernando Montiel in a bantamweight title bout at the Mandalay Bay Events Center and he’s going on about Montiel as if he’s the great Mexican fighter’s publicist.

Donaire praises Montiel’s power, his punching accuracy, his style, his accomplishments. If you’re out of a job and need someone to make a case for you, Nonito Donaire Jr. is your man.

Listen to him rave about Montiel, the World Boxing Council/World Boxing Organization world champion, and you fear for the Filipino’s safety.

“He’s fabulous,” Donaire says of Montiel.

All the while, though, this grin creases Donaire’s face. He’s not being disrespectful to Montiel in any way, because Montiel’s record commands respect. After all, it’s not often you come across a guy with a 44-2 record and world championships in three weight classes. Someone wasn’t paying attention if Montiel isn’t elected to the International Boxing Hall of Fame the minute he becomes eligible.

Donaire’s grin, though, is more about what he knows about himself. He knows better than anyone the transformation his body has made in the last 10 months. He knows how much more explosive he is, how much faster he’s become, how much harder he hits and how much more difficult he is to hit.

Everything about Nonito Donaire Jr.’s boxing game has ratcheted up a few notches in the last 10 months, which is saying something since he was a world-class fighter before that.

But since a chance meeting at a Northern California bank with Victor Conte – yes, that Victor Conte – Donaire has transformed himself into a completely different athlete.

“The world is going to see a special athlete and a very special boxer, I believe, on Saturday night,” Conte says.

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February 18, 2011

Original Article: Max Boxing

By Ryan Maquiñana

Friday, February 18, 2011

At the Undisputed Gym in San Carlos, Calif., the heavy bag suffers a princely beating at the hands of four different legends in one night.

“Here’s Mike Tyson,” says bantamweight Nonito “Filipino Flash” Donaire, as he pulverizes the bag with blazing double left hooks. “Bap-bap!  Bap-bap!  Who’s next?”

Donaire’s bob-and-weave impression of the heavyweight legend is soon followed by an uncanny southpaw rendition of Manny Pacquiao as well as a pinpoint imitation of the stylings of Roy Jones, Jr., all of which receive raucous applause from his wife Rachel and the spectators in attendance for his public workout.

But once the fanfare subsides and playtime is over, THE RING’s number five pound-for-pound fighter’s persona is the last man standing.  “Iron Mike,” “RJ,” and the “Pac-Man” can come back another time.

Nonito is just left with Nonito; he has become boxing royalty in his own right and resumes the rest of his workout with the quiet intensity of a Shaolin monk.  And that’s the way he likes it heading into the biggest moment of his career.

February 2, 2011

 

 

Talk about career switches! Victor Conte spent nearly two decades as a professional musician, playing bass with the Oakland group Tower of Power and Herbie Hancock.

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