This Saturday, October 8, in the Philippines, local favorite Donnie Nietes takes on tough Mexican Ramon Garcia for the WBO light flyweight title 숲속으로 영화 다운로드.
I’m never completely sure of the fighters in these smaller weight classes. The one thing I do know is that these guys can mix it up with anyone 다운로드.
Nietes, 29, comes in with a 28-1-3 record with 16 knockouts. Those three draws causes a bit of wonder, as does his one loss in Indonesia, not always noted for having the best officials 비스토라이저.
Garcia 16-2-1, (19) is also 29, but he is a southpaw.
All this brings to mind that this will probably be an offensive blood bath, (and I’ve been at ringside for a few) ending early, perhaps even early enough to go to a non-decision 드롭박스 자동 다운로드.
But having seen little to none of either fighter, I’ll take the local favorite, Nietes, by an early TKO.
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