Found December 14, 2012 on
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The Nonito Donaire vs. Jorce Arce weigh-in took place this afternoon from Houston, where their Saturday night, HBO-televised Super Bantamweight title clash will be held. Both fighters are on weight and fit, and ready for action. Take a look at the Donaire vs. Arce weigh-in results, and some photos of the weigh-ins as well.
Donaire vs. Arce Weights
Nonito Donaire: 121.5 lbs
Jorge Arce: 122 lbs
Both guys definitely look to be in great condition, especially Arce, who has been enjoying his late-career resurgence and wants to score another massive win.
This should really be a great one folks. Arce is going to force Donaire to get to business, and in the process, we should see an all-action fight with a potentially concussive ending.
The card got a bit messy, as the Rigondeaux-Kratingdaenggym bout got called off as the co-feature, but Donaire vs. Arce is more than intriguing enough to stand up on its own. Plus, HBO Boxing will be showing the replay of last weekend's dramatic and sh...
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WBO and The Ring super bantamweight king “The Filipino Flash” Nonito Donaire will defend his belts against four-division titlist Jorge Arce tomorrow night at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Donaire (30-1, 19 KOs), who has emerged victorious in 29 … Continue reading →
Nonito Donaire stopped Jorge Arce with left late in the third round Saturday night to retain the WBO super-bantamweight title and send the Mexican veteran into retirement.
Donaire, from the Philippines, improved to 31-1 with his 20th knockout. Arce dropped to 61-7-2.
''My left hook was a damaging hook tonight,'' Donaire said. ''I felt very strong in the...
Nonito Donaire ended Jorge Arce's career in Houston tonight in a junior featherweight bout that also served as the finale for HBO analyst Larry Merchant. As predicted, Donaire was simply too big, too powerful and too fast for Arce, and demolished the Mexican action hero with his trademark left hook at the end of round 3.
Arce (6-7-2, 46 KO) uncharacteristically retreated...
The final press conference for this weekend's Nonito Donaire vs. Jorge Arce bout on HBO was held this afternoon in Houston. On the undercard of course is Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Poonsawat Kratingdaenggym. Right here, you can view a collection of photos from the final Donaire vs. Arce press conference, as well as some video and other notes. Take a look.
Can Donaire cement the fighter of the year award?
Nonito Donaire made quick work of Jorge Arce on Saturday night at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The Filipino Flash scored a 3rd round KO victory over the Mexican legend, and while nearly everyone expected Donaire to close the show in this fight in spectacular fashion, few thought it would be this easy.
Despite the fact that Arce out-weighed Donaire on fight night by a decent...
Nonito Donaire took a major gamble when he decided to fight Jorge Arce on Saturday in Houston.
The Filipino Flash busted up his knuckle during his 9th-round TKO win over Toshiaki Nishioka on October 13. The cut on Donaire’s knuckle on his left hand was so bad one could see blood through his hand wraps. It required eight stitches to close.
Donaire only gave himself just over two...
Guillermo Rigondeaux Off Donaire vs. Arce card; Kratingdaenggym fails physical?
The World Boxing Association (WBA) super bantamweight championship fight between undefeated defending champion Guillermo “El Chacal” Rigondeaux and former world champion Poonsawat Kartingdaenggym has been canceled from this Saturday's card at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Rigondeaux vs...
The WBA super bantamweight title fight between undefeated defending champion Guillermo Rigondeaux and former champion Poonsawat Kratingdaenggym has been canceled from this Saturday's Nonita Donaire-Jorge Arce card in Houston, Texas.
"The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation notified us today that they would not issue a license to Poonsawat Kratingdaenggym,"...
HBO boxing analyst, interviewer, and mainstay Larry Merchant will call his final fight for the cable network Saturday night when Nonito Donaire faces Jorge Arce. The 81 year old commentator has been with HBO since 1978 and has stood as one of the last remaining mainstream voices of boxing. He was also a columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News and New York Post in his sportswriting...