Watch out for the Nonito Donaire vs. Nicholas Walters full video replay this October 18, 2014. this is in need to be released as well as for the fight replay of the boxing event between this two fighters this coming October 18, 2014 at StubHub Center, Carson, California, USA. This will be a post that would discuss the full replay fight video of Nonito Donaire vs. Nicholas Walters battled for the WBA Super World featherweight title under the supervision of Julio Thyme along with the judges - Adalaide Byrd, Steve Morrow, and Tom Taylor with referee Raul Caiz.
Event: Nonito Donaire vs Nicholas Walters
When: October 18, 2014
Fight time: 9:45 p.m. ET / PT
Where: StubHub Center, Carson, California, USA
Championship: WBA Super World featherweight title
Fight Result: (Nicholas Walters defeated Nonito Donaire via 6th round TKO)
Other Fight Card:
- Gennady Golovkin vs. Marco Antonio Rubio
- Edwin Rodriguez vs. Azea Augustama
- Marcos Reyes vs. Abraham Han
Nonito Donaire, a former pound-for-pound entrant, has fallen on some tough times of late. He was rocketing up the ranks before being dominated by Guillermo Rigondeaux in a unification fight, and he hasn’t looked the same since. This fight will either get him back on track or add to his problems. what's next for him after Walters?
Nicholas Walters is an undefeated power-puncher from Jamaica who holds the “regular” version of the WBA 126-pound crown. He’s not the most polished fighter, but he can punch with the best of them. He’s looking for a star-making moment against one of the lower-weight classes' most identifiable names. What's next for him after Donaire?
In his last fight, he knocked out Vic Darchinyan in five rounds, but the “Raging Bull” he defeated was a mere shadow of the fighter he was years ago.
Walters appears to be an enigma, but is undoubtedly a legitimate threat to Donaire. I actually give credit to Donaire for taking this bout. Walters is what you call a high risk-low reward proposition.
He has the power and the skills to dethrone Donaire, but does not have the name gravitas to match. If Donaire beats him, the critics can very well say he was raw and untested.
But if Donaire loses, they can just as easily proclaim: “Didn’t we tell you Walters was boxing’s best kept secret?”
My take? If Donaire is in excellent shape and he doesn’t force the knockout, he should be able to outbox and stop Walters inside 8 rounds. Read on and enjoy our three possible scenarios.
Undefeated Jamaican Nicholas Walters and Filipino American Nonito Donaire are the No. 3 and No. 4-ranked featherweights by THE RING and will meet on Saturday at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. in what is “a 50/50 fight,” according to RingTV.com insider panelist John Raspanti.
A former four-division titleholder, Donaire (33-2, 22 knockouts), 31, scored a fifth-round technical decision that dethroned Simpiwe Vetyeka as WBA beltholder in his last fight in May at the Venetian Macao in Macao, China. Donaire scored a knockdown in round four and survived headbutts against Vetyeka to win his seventh major title in a fourth weight class.
On the Donaire-Vetyeka undercard, the 28-year-old Walters (24-0, 20 KOs) thoroughly dominated two-division titleholder Vic Darchinyan en route to a fifth-round stoppage, flooring the 38-year-old veteran once in the second round and twice in round five.
Donaire has twice beaten Darchinyan, stopping him in the fifth round as flyweights in July 2007 and again for a come-from-behind ninth-round knockout in November, one bout prior to Darchinyan’s loss to Walters.
This will be the full replay and fight video of Nonito Donaire vs Nicholas Walters full mode movie replay October 18, 2014.
Full Fight Round 6 TKO and Interview Replay: