Nonito Donaire vs. Jorge Arce Boxing big fight from Miguel Cotto and the epic Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez IV, we have yet another of boxing elite in action this weekend. On Saturday night 15th December, The Filipino Flash Monito Donaire (30-1’19 KOs) faces Jorfe Arce (60-6-2(1), 46 KOs). Donaire vs. Arce airs live on HBO boxing boxing, Saturday night, 15 December starting 9:30 PM. ET / 6:30 PM. PT, Toyota Center for Donaire’s TBRB junior featherweight lineal championship. We will be providing Nonito Donaire vs. Jorge Arce Boxing fight online live results and highlights updates with full details only on here Asportsnews.
In an era when the top boxers in the sport fight now this time just one or two times a year, Nonito Donaire will be making his fourth title defense of 2012. That alone should put him in the mix for the year’s top fighter in his career. Of those in front of Donaire on the mythical pound-for-pound ladder, Floyd Mayweather has fought only once, Manny Pacquiao twice, Andre Ward once, and Sergio Martinez twice. “If he beats Arce, he will have successfully defended his title four times,” says Donaire’s manager, Cameron Dunkin, who has overseen the destinies of more than 20 world champions. “That should mean something.”
Nonito Donaire vs Jorge Arce Live Boxing Fight Results and Highlights
Nonito Donaire vs Jorge Arce Boxing Fight
Date: Saturday 15th December 2012
Time: 9:30 PM. ET / 6:30 PM. PT
Venue: Toyota Center for Donaire’s TBRB junior featherweight lineal Championship.
Online Live Highlights and result on Asportsnews
Donaire (30-1, 19 KOs) possesses the kind of one-punch knockout power that can make opponents’ bodies stop working, as the Filipino demonstrated first against slugger Vic Darchinyan five years ago, and last year against Fernando Montiel. Donaire was a virtual unknown when he stepped into the ring with Darchinyan, who was then 28-0, a world champion, and had knocked out 23 of his last 24 opponents.
A super-aggressive fighter, Darchinyan walked right into a short counter left hook in the fifth round from Donaire and went down like he’d been hit with a sledgehammer. So powerful was that hook, that when Darchinyan got up, he staggered around the ring like a drunkard until the referee stopped the fight. Montiel and Darchinyan both had power and were aggressive until they got hit by Nonito.
The biggest unknown for Arce is a trainer change he made for this fight. After 69 career bouts, Arce decided to work with the great Mexican trainer, Nacho Beristain, who has guided the illustrious career of Juan Manuel Marquez, among many other world champions. “I think that will be a huge advantage for Arce,” Dunkin says. “Nacho is a brilliant trainer, and the main thing about him is he is a great strategist. It’s not about changing Arce at this late point in his career. It’s the game plan Nacho will devise for him. We could be facing the best Arce we have ever seen.”