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Donaire and Vetyeka make weight for HBO televised title fight

WBA Undisputed featherweight champion SIMPHIWE “V12” VETYEKA (26-2, 15 KOs), of Mdantsane, South Africa, and 2012 Fighter of the Year NONITO “The Filipino Flash” DONAIRE (32-2, 20 KOs), a native of General Santos City, Philippines, now living in Las Vegas, weighed in at 125.5 and 126 pounds, respectively, on Friday in their final faceoff before their world title battle.  

Donaire ready to reign supreme at featherweight

Filipino hotshot Nonito Donaire is ready to begin a new era of dominance when he challenges Simpiwe Vetyeka in his bid to become a five-weight world champion.

The 31-year-old is looking to get his career back on track following a disappointing 2013 which saw him lose to skilled Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux before scraping past Vic Darchinyan with a ninth round knockout, having been down on the judges’ scorecards.

‘The Filipino Flash’ takes on Vetyeka for the WBA Super featherweight world title this Saturday, live on BoxNation, with the aim of looking like the man who claimed the 2012 ‘Fighter of the Year’ accolade and was a constant name in the mythical pound-for-pound list.

Donaire and Vetyeka make weight for HBO televised title fight

WBA Undisputed featherweight champion SIMPHIWE “V12” VETYEKA (26-2, 15 KOs), of Mdantsane, South Africa, and 2012 Fighter of the Year NONITO “The Filipino Flash” DONAIRE (32-2, 20 KOs), a native of General Santos City, Philippines, now living in Las Vegas, weighed in at 125.5 and 126 pounds, respectively, on Friday in their final faceoff before their world title battle.  

Donaire ready to reign supreme at featherweight

Filipino hotshot Nonito Donaire is ready to begin a new era of dominance when he challenges Simpiwe Vetyeka in his bid to become a five-weight world champion.

The 31-year-old is looking to get his career back on track following a disappointing 2013 which saw him lose to skilled Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux before scraping past Vic Darchinyan with a ninth round knockout, having been down on the judges’ scorecards.

‘The Filipino Flash’ takes on Vetyeka for the WBA Super featherweight world title this Saturday, live on BoxNation, with the aim of looking like the man who claimed the 2012 ‘Fighter of the Year’ accolade and was a constant name in the mythical pound-for-pound list.

Donaire and Vetyeka make weight for HBO televised title fight

WBA Undisputed featherweight champion SIMPHIWE “V12” VETYEKA (26-2, 15 KOs), of Mdantsane, South Africa, and 2012 Fighter of the Year NONITO “The Filipino Flash” DONAIRE (32-2, 20 KOs), a native of General Santos City, Philippines, now living in Las Vegas, weighed in at 125.5 and 126 pounds, respectively, on Friday in their final faceoff before their world title battle.  

Donaire and Vetyeka make weight for HBO televised title fight

WBA Undisputed featherweight champion SIMPHIWE “V12” VETYEKA (26-2, 15 KOs), of Mdantsane, South Africa, and 2012 Fighter of the Year NONITO “The Filipino Flash” DONAIRE (32-2, 20 KOs), a native of General Santos City, Philippines, now living in Las Vegas, weighed in at 125.5 and 126 pounds, respectively, on Friday in their final faceoff before their world title battle.  

Donaire ready to reign supreme at featherweight

Filipino hotshot Nonito Donaire is ready to begin a new era of dominance when he challenges Simpiwe Vetyeka in his bid to become a five-weight world champion.

The 31-year-old is looking to get his career back on track following a disappointing 2013 which saw him lose to skilled Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux before scraping past Vic Darchinyan with a ninth round knockout, having been down on the judges’ scorecards.

‘The Filipino Flash’ takes on Vetyeka for the WBA Super featherweight world title this Saturday, live on BoxNation, with the aim of looking like the man who claimed the 2012 ‘Fighter of the Year’ accolade and was a constant name in the mythical pound-for-pound list.

Nonito Donaire looking to be crowned King at Featherweight

Filipino hotshot Nonito Donaire is ready to begin a new era of dominance when he challenges Simpiwe Vetyeka in his bid to become a five-weight world champion. 

The 31-year-old is looking to get his career back on track following a disappointing 2013 which saw him lose to skilled Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux before scraping past Vic Darchinyan with a ninth round knockout, having been down on the judges’ scorecards. 

Nonito Donaire looking to be crowned King at Featherweight

Filipino hotshot Nonito Donaire is ready to begin a new era of dominance when he challenges Simpiwe Vetyeka in his bid to become a five-weight world champion. 

The 31-year-old is looking to get his career back on track following a disappointing 2013 which saw him lose to skilled Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux before scraping past Vic Darchinyan with a ninth round knockout, having been down on the judges’ scorecards. 

Nonito Donaire looking to be crowned King at Featherweight

Filipino hotshot Nonito Donaire is ready to begin a new era of dominance when he challenges Simpiwe Vetyeka in his bid to become a five-weight world champion. 

The 31-year-old is looking to get his career back on track following a disappointing 2013 which saw him lose to skilled Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux before scraping past Vic Darchinyan with a ninth round knockout, having been down on the judges’ scorecards. 

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