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Anak Ni Nonito Donaire, Naiyak Na Nangyari Sa Kanyang Ama

 

The “Filipino Flash” Nonito Donaire Jr.  promised his two sons he would bring the Muhammad Ali trophy to them after the fight against Naoya Inoue. But despite his valiant fight and efforts, he lost to the much younger fighter from Japan in a hard fought battle held in Saitama Super Arena in Japan last November 8. Donaire not only lost his shot at taking home the trophy but as well as his WBA (Super) Bantamweight World title.

 

 

The young 26 year old Inoue systematically cut down the 36 year old Donaire like a masterful craftsman, leading the score cards and ending the action packed showdown with a unanimous decision.

But like what he promised, Donaire swallowed his pride and humbly asked the new crownedd champion for borrow the Muhammad Ali trophy for a night.

Inoue without any hesistantions, allowed Donaire to take the Muhammad Ali Trophy as a gift to the Filipino boxer’s children.

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In his social media account, the Filipino Flash shared a heart felt post.

“I came to Japan to take the Muhammad Ali trophy. I promised my sons they would see it in the morning. And with tears in my eyes, I humbly asked Inoue to borrow it for a night, not for me but for my word. It’ll be a life lesson my boys will soon learn.”

 

 

 

“That you do your best and you come short. You will win. You will lose. But in either aspect, you will do so graciously. It’ll pain them to see my face. They’ll kiss my wounds. They’ll see a trophy we don’t get to take home and understand what it means to want to train harder. And I told about the battle I fought. That I’d rather put my life on that shield than give up. And that we will ALWAYS fight,” .

 

 

 

Aside from the message, Donaire also posted two videos of his children. The first clip shows Donaire comforting one of his sons, who is visibly upset due to his loss. His son could be heard telling him to quit boxing because of the swelling and bruises on his face.

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The second clip shows both of his sons congratulating Inoue for his win. Swipe to the left to see both of the videos in this viral social media post:

 

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First of all, I want to thank God for keeping me safe in that ring. My guardian angels for holding that shield up, that armor as strong as they could. To Ringstar Sports Richard Schaefer for believing me so much to get me into this tournament. You truly have had my back through this all and appreciate you. To Mr. Honda, Teiken, the hospitality you have shown to me, my family and team has been amazing. I could not thank you enough. To Kato's Clinic, your support is unending. I can't thank you enough for your belief in me. To Mizuno, thank you for suiting me up for such an epic fight. You have treated me like family here and always taken care of me. To Japan, thank you for allowing us the experience of your wonderful culture both in the ring and out. Team Donaire, we trained our asses off and we just shrugged off anyone who said I didn't stand a chance. We kept grinding and that work showed. HATERS said I was out in 1 round but we showed em our heart, our determination. To my fans, the journey we are on! You guys have gone gone thru it all with me and the amount of energy and love you've given is insurmountable. . . Lastly, to my family, my heart. I am a warrior on my shield. I came to Japan to take the Muhammad Ali trophy. I promised my sons they would see it in the morning. And with tears in my eyes, I humbly asked Inoue to borrow it for a night, not for me but for my word. It'll be a life lesson my boys will soon learn. That you do your best and you come short. You will win. You will lose. But in either aspect you will do so graciously. It'll pain them to see my face. They'll kiss my wounds. They'll see a trophy we don't get to take home and understand what it means to want to train harder. And I told about the battle I fought. That I'd rather put my life on that sheild than give up. And that we will ALWAYS fight. . I'm going to take time with my friends and family that have traveled to support me for the coming weeks. I thank you for the outpour of love and support.

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Inoue tried to finish off the older Donaire by throwing powerful punches early on but paid for it as the Filipino opened a gaping wound on his right eyebrow with a stinging left in the second round.

But the 26-year-old, dubbed as the monster, was quick enough to shift tactic, slowing down to the pace Donaire preferred, and battling on head to head.

 

First of all, I want to thank God for keeping me safe in that ring. My guardian angels for holding that shield up, that armor as strong as they could. To Ringstar Sports Richard Schaefer for believing me so much to get me into this tournament. You truly have had my back through this all and appreciate you. To Mr. Honda, Teiken, the hospitality you have shown to me, my family and team has been amazing. I could not thank you enough. To Kato's Clinic, your support is unending. I can't thank you enough for your belief in me. To Mizuno, thank you for suiting me up for such an epic fight. You have treated me like family here and always taken care of me. To Japan, thank you for allowing us the experience of your wonderful culture both in the ring and out. Team Donaire, we trained our asses off and we just shrugged off anyone who said I didn't stand a chance. We kept grinding and that work showed. HATERS said I was out in 1 round but we showed em our heart, our determination. To my fans, the journey we are on! You guys have gone gone thru it all with me and the amount of energy and love you've given is insurmountable…Lastly, to my family, my heart. I am a warrior on my shield. I came to Japan to take the Muhammad Ali trophy. I promised my sons they would see it in the morning. And with tears in my eyes, I humbly asked Inoue to borrow it for a night, not for me but for my word. It'll be a life lesson my boys will soon learn. That you do your best and you come short. You will win. You will lose. But in either aspect you will do so graciously. It'll pain them to see my face. They'll kiss my wounds. They'll see a trophy we don't get to take home and understand what it means to want to train harder. And I told about the battle I fought. That I'd rather put my life on that sheild than give up. And that we will ALWAYS fight. .I'm going to take time with my friends and family that have traveled to support me for the coming weeks. I thank you for the outpour of love and support.

Posted by Nonito Donaire Jr. on Thursday, November 7, 2019

 

Luigi Boscarelli saw it 116-111, Robert Hoyle 114-113, and Octovio Rodriguez 117-109. All in favor of Inoue who improved to 19 wins, 16 by knockouts.

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