Nonito Donaire vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux: When And Where To Watch Live Stream Online; Preview
If you are a fan of the sport of boxing, chances are you have been looking forward to Saturday nights big fight between Nonito Donaire and Guillermo Rigondeaux for quite some time. The fight is scheduled to take place at 11 p.m. ET and will take place live from Radio City Music Hall in New York. You can watch the fight on HBO, or you can catch the live stream online by clicking here.
This is a highly anticipated bout amongst boxing fans. This fight is scheduled for 12 rounds and is a 122lb Title Unification bout.
A lot of people have Nonito Donaire listed as the top fighter pound for pound in the sport of boxing, but he has never faced an opponent as talented as Guillermo Rigondeaux. Boxing fans have been wanting to see these two fight each other for years and finally they will step into the ring against each other on Saturday night.
Nonito Donaire will come into this fight with an awesome professional boxing record that includes 31 victories and just one loss. He has 20 wins coming by way of knockout and he has not faced defeat since his second professional fight way back in 2001.
Guillermo Rigondeaux has a perfect record of 11 victories and no losses. He has eight wins coming by way of knockout. Even though he does not have a ton of professional bouts, he has an extensive amateur background and a easy unanimous decision victory over Robert Marroquin.
This is one of those fights that is extremely hard to predict. Nonito Donaire has a lot of talent, but has never been challenged in ways that Guillermo Rigondeaux can challenge him. Rigondeaux may lack professional experience, be he is already considered one of the best pure boxers in the sport.
Get your popcorn ready, fight fans! This is going to be one heck of a fight and we are very happy that it is finally happening.
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