Nonito Donaire went ahead with his shoulder surgery, and is now recovering while waiting for the arrival of his first child.
Guillermo Rigondeaux is a 32 year old, unified super bantamweight world champion coming off the biggest win of his career after trouncing Nonito Donaire. But where does Rigondeaux rate among the greatest Cuban pro fighters of all time?
Patrick Connor of The Queensberry Rules and James Foley of BLH team up for a new boxing podcast, recapping Donaire-Rigondeaux and previewing Canelo-Trout.
Nonito Donaire admits that he mentally failed against Guillermo Rigondeaux on Saturday night, and says he'll look for a rematch when he returns to the ring.
James Foley returns to BLH with the latest edition of Folo Punch, taking a look at the Donaire-Rigondeaux fight and fallout from this past weekend.
Nonito Donaire says he feels he did enough to win against Guillermo Rigondeaux, or at least leave with a draw.
Nonito Donaire will go under the knife to fix his right shoulder, an injury he said has hampered him for some time now, following his loss to Guillermo Rigondeaux.
Nonito Donaire lost to Guillermo Rigondeaux and looked impotent in defeat, but Nonito remains an easy fighter to market. The biggest questions for Donaire revolve around what happens with his impending move to featherweight.
Promoter Bob Arum has convinced the public that some lousy fights and fighters were worth seeing, but even he realizes that the talented Guillermo Rigondeaux is a very tough sell.
Nonito Donaire was humbled somewhat tonight, but says he'll be back strong, and congratulated Guillermo Rigondeaux on his victory.
Guillermo Rigondeaux put a halt to Nonito Donaire's impressive run of success, knocking off the 2012 Fighter of the Year by decision in New York.
Donaire vs Rigondeaux is almost here, and BLH will have full live coverage tonight, starting at 7:00 pm EDT.
Nonito Donaire and Guillermo Rigondeaux have main event-level purses for tonight's fight at Radio City Music Hall.