Name: Nonito Donaire
Alias: The Filipino Flash
Born: 1982-11-16 (Age:31)
Birthplace: Talibon, Bohol, Philippines
Hometown: San Leandro, California, USA
Height: 5′ 5½″ / 166cm
Reach: 68″ / 173cm
Boxing Record: click
Trainers: Nonito Donaire Sr. (former), Jonathan Penalosa, Roberto Garcia
Manager: Cameron Dunkin
Promoter: Gary Shaw (former), Top Rank
Nonito Donaire Gallery
- Amateur Record: 68-8
- 1998 National Silver Gloves Champion at 90 pounds
- 1999 National Junior Olympics Light Flyweight Champion
- 1999 National Golden Gloves Light Flyweight Quarter-Finalist
- 1999 International Junior Olympics Light Flyweight Champion
- 2000 U.S. National Light Flyweight Champion
- 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials Light Flyweight Finalist
- Nonito Donaire, older brother Glenn Donaire, father Nonito Donaire Sr., coach Robert Salinas and family friend Jaquin Gallardo staged a five-minute sit-down strike in the center of the ring to protest Nonito's points loss to Brian Viloria at the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials.
- Has a record of 10-1 (7 KOs) in world title fights.
- Has a record of 11-1 (8 KOs) against former or current world titlists:
- Has a record of 5-0 (4 KOs) in fights outside the United States.
- Earned his nickname "The Filipino Flash" from Kevin "The Flushing Flash" Kelley.
- Never received his belt from the WBO when he won the Asia-Pacific Flyweight Title on 2002.
- Has never been knocked down in a professional bout.
Ring Magazine Titles
- World Junior Featherweight Title (2012 - 2013)
Regional & Minor Titles
- WBO Asia Pacific Flyweight Title (2002)
- NABF Super Flyweight Title (2006)
- IBO Flyweight Title (2007 - 2009)
- Interim WBA Super Flyweight Title (2009 - 2010)
- WBC Continental Americas Bantamweight Title (2010)
- WBC Diamond Super Bantamweight Title (2012)
- IBF Flyweight Title (2007 - 2009)
- WBC Bantamweight Title (2011)
- WBO Bantamweight Title (2011)
- WBO Super Bantamweight Title (2012 - 2013)
- IBF Super Bantamweight Title (2012)
Awards & Recognitions
- 2007 World Boxing Hall of Fame Most Outstanding Boxer of the Year
- 2007 Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year (fifth-round TKO Vic Darchinyan).
- 2007 Ring Magazine Upset of the Year (fifth-round TKO Vic Darchinyan).
- 2011 Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year (second-round TKO Fernando Montiel).
- 2012 Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Year
| IBF Flyweight Champion
2007 Jul 7 – 2009
| WBO Bantamweight Champion
2011 Feb 19 – 2011
| WBC Bantamweight Champion
2011 Feb 19 – 2011
| WBO Super Bantamweight Champion
2012 Feb 4 – 2013 Apr 13
| IBF Super Bantamweight Champion
2012 Jul 7 – 2012 Oct 13