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'''Trainers:''' [[Nonito Donaire Sr.]] (former), [[Jonathan Penalosa]], [[Roberto Garcia]]<br>
 
'''Trainers:''' [[Nonito Donaire Sr.]] (former), [[Jonathan Penalosa]], [[Roberto Garcia]]<br>
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== Amateur Highlights ==
 
== Amateur Highlights ==
*Amateur Record: 68-8
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*'''Amateur Record:''' 68-8
 
*'''1998''' National Silver Gloves Champion at 90 pounds
 
*'''1998''' National Silver Gloves Champion at 90 pounds
 
*'''1999''' National Junior Olympics Light Flyweight Champion
 
*'''1999''' National Junior Olympics Light Flyweight Champion
 
**Defeated [[Manuel Perez]] PTS (5-0)
 
**Defeated [[Manuel Perez]] PTS (5-0)
**Defeated [[Dat Nguyen]] Walkover
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**Defeated [[Dat Nguyen]] WO
 
**Defeated [[James Kirkland]] PTS (3-2)
 
**Defeated [[James Kirkland]] PTS (3-2)
*Quarter-Finalist in '''1999''' National Golden Gloves at light flyweight
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*'''1999''' National Golden Gloves Light Flyweight Quarter-Finalist
 
*'''1999''' International Junior Olympics Light Flyweight Champion
 
*'''1999''' International Junior Olympics Light Flyweight Champion
 
**Defeated [[Miguel Lopez]] (Mexico) PTS (6-0)
 
**Defeated [[Miguel Lopez]] (Mexico) PTS (6-0)
 
**Defeated [[Isidro Granados]] (Mexico) PTS (7-6)
 
**Defeated [[Isidro Granados]] (Mexico) PTS (7-6)
*'''2000''' U.S National Light Flyweight Champion
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*'''2000''' U.S. National Light Flyweight Champion
 
**Defeated [[Raul Martinez]] PTS (22-8)
 
**Defeated [[Raul Martinez]] PTS (22-8)
 
**Defeated [[Robert Ceron]] RSC-4
 
**Defeated [[Robert Ceron]] RSC-4
 
**Defeated [[Karoz Norman]] RSC-3
 
**Defeated [[Karoz Norman]] RSC-3
**Defeated [[Aaron Todd]] Walkover
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**Defeated [[Aaron Todd]] WO
*Competed in the '''2000''' US Olympic Trials as a light flyweight. Results were:
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*'''2000''' U.S. Olympic Trials Light Flyweight Finalist
**Defeated [[Ron Siler]] PTS (19-7)
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**Defeated [[Ron Siler]] PTS (19-7)  
**Defeated [[Bradley Martinez]] PTS (16-3)
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**Defeated [[Bradley Martinez]] PTS (16-3) [Champion's Bracket Semi-Final]
**Lost to [[Brian Viloria]] PTS (6-8)
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**Lost to [[Brian Viloria]] PTS (6-8) [Champion's Bracket Final]
**Lost to [[Karoz Norman]] Walkover (Finals of Challengers' Bracket)
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**Lost to [[Karoz Norman]] WO [Challenger's Bracket Final]
  
== Career Factoids ==
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== Career Notes ==
*Has a record of 10-0 (7 KOs) in World Title fights.
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*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 10-0 (7 KOs) against former or current world titlists.
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*Has a record of 11-2 (7 KO) in world title fights.
**Won against [[Vic Darchinyan]], [[Moruti Mthalane]], [[Hernan Marquez]], [[Volodymyr Sydorenko]], [[Fernando Montiel]], [[Omar Andres Narvaez]], [[Wilfredo Vazquez Jr.]], [[Jeffrey Mathebula]], [[Toshiaki Nishioka]], and [[Jorge Arce]].
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*Has a record of 12-2 (8 KO) against former or current world titlists:
*Has a record of 5-0 (4 KOs) in fights outside the United States.
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**Won against [[Vic Darchinyan]] (twice), [[Moruti Mthalane]], [[Hernan Marquez]], [[Volodymyr Sydorenko]], [[Fernando Montiel]], [[Omar Andres Narvaez]], [[Wilfredo Vazquez Jr.]], [[Jeffrey Mathebula]], [[Toshiaki Nishioka]], [[Jorge Arce]] and [[Simpiwe Vetyeka]].
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**Lost against [[Guillermo Rigondeaux]] and [[Nicholas Walters]].
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*Has a record of 6-0 (4 KO) in fights outside the United States.
 
*Earned his nickname "The Filipino Flash" from [[Kevin Kelley|Kevin "The Flushing Flash" Kelley]].
 
*Earned his nickname "The Filipino Flash" from [[Kevin Kelley|Kevin "The Flushing Flash" Kelley]].
 
*Never received his belt from the [[WBO]] when he won the Asia-Pacific Flyweight Title on 2002.
 
*Never received his belt from the [[WBO]] when he won the Asia-Pacific Flyweight Title on 2002.
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*Has never been knocked down in a professional bout.
  
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==Ring Magazine Titles==
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*World Junior Featherweight Title (2012 - 2013)
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== Regional & Minor Titles ==
 
== Regional & Minor Titles ==
*[[WBC]] Diamond Super Bantamweight Title (October 2012)
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*[[WBO]] Asia Pacific Flyweight Title (2002)
*[[WBC]] Continental Americas Bantamweight Title (December 2010)
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*[[NABF]] Super Flyweight Title (2006)
*Interim [[WBA]] World Super Flyweight Title (August 2009 - 2010)
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*[[IBO]] Flyweight Title (2007 - 2009)
*[[IBO]] Flyweight Title (July 2007 - 2009)
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*Interim [[WBA]] Super Flyweight Title (2009 - 2010)
*[[NABF]] Super Flyweight Title (January 2006)
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*[[WBC]] Continental Americas Bantamweight Title (2010)
*[[WBO]] Asia Pacific Flyweight Title (September 2002)
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*[[WBC]] Diamond Super Bantamweight Title (2012)
  
 
== World Titles ==
 
== World Titles ==
*[[IBF]] Super Bantamweight Title
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*[[IBF]] Flyweight Title (2007 - 2009)
*[[WBO]] Super Bantamweight Title
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*[[WBC]] Bantamweight Title (2011)
*[[WBC]] Bantamweight Title  
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*[[WBO]] Bantamweight Title (2011)
*[[WBO]] Bantamweight Title  
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*[[WBO]] Super Bantamweight Title (2012 - 2013)
*[[IBF]] Flyweight Title  
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*[[IBF]] Super Bantamweight Title (2012)
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*[[WBA]] Super World featherweight title (May 2014 - Oct 2014)
  
 
== Awards & Recognitions ==
 
== Awards & Recognitions ==
*2007 [[World Boxing Hall of Fame]] "Most Outstanding Boxer of the Year"
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*2007 [[World Boxing Hall of Fame]] Most Outstanding Boxer of the Year
*2007 [[Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year]] - [[Vic Darchinyan vs. Nonito Donaire|fifth round TKO]] [[Vic Darchinyan]].
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*2007 [[Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year]] ([[Vic Darchinyan vs. Nonito Donaire|fifth-round TKO]] [[Vic Darchinyan]]).
*2007 [[Ring Magazine Upset of the Year]] - [[Vic Darchinyan vs. Nonito Donaire|fifth round TKO]] [[Vic Darchinyan]].
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*2007 [[Ring Magazine Upset of the Year]] ([[Vic Darchinyan vs. Nonito Donaire|fifth-round TKO]] [[Vic Darchinyan]]).
*2011 [[Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year]] - [[Fernando Montiel vs. Nonito Donaire|second round TKO]] [[Fernando Montiel]].
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*2011 [[Ring Magazine Knockout of the Year]] ([[Fernando Montiel vs. Nonito Donaire|second-round TKO]] [[Fernando Montiel]]).
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*2012 [[Boxing Writers Association of America]] Fighter of the Year
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
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  years=2011 Feb 19 &ndash; 2011<br>'''Vacated'''
 
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{{Incumbent succession box|
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{{Succession box|
 
  before=[[Jorge Arce]]<br>Vacated|
 
  before=[[Jorge Arce]]<br>Vacated|
 
  title=[[WBO Super Bantamweight Champion]]|
 
  title=[[WBO Super Bantamweight Champion]]|
  start=2012 Feb 4|
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  after=[[Guillermo Rigondeaux]]|
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years=2012 Feb 4 &ndash; 2013 Apr 13|
 
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{{Succession box|
 
{{Succession box|
 
  before=[[Jeffrey Mathebula]]|
 
  before=[[Jeffrey Mathebula]]|
 
  title=[[IBF Super Bantamweight Champion]]|
 
  title=[[IBF Super Bantamweight Champion]]|
  after=&mdash;|
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  after=[[Jonathan Romero]]|
 
  years=2012 Jul 7 &ndash; 2012 Oct 13<br>'''Vacated'''
 
  years=2012 Jul 7 &ndash; 2012 Oct 13<br>'''Vacated'''
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{{Succession box|
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before=[[Simpiwe Vetyeka]]<br>|
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title=[[WBA Featherweight Champion]]|
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after= [[Nicholas Walters]] |
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years=2014 May 31 &ndash; 2014 Oct 18<br>'''Super Champion'''|
 
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[[Category:World Bantamweight Champions]]
 
[[Category:World Bantamweight Champions]]
 
[[Category:World Super Bantamweight Champions]]
 
[[Category:World Super Bantamweight Champions]]
[[Category:Three Division World Champions]]
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[[Category:World Featherweight Champions]]
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[[Category:Four Division World Champions]]
 
[[Category:Filipino World Champions]]
 
[[Category:Filipino World Champions]]
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[[Category:The Ring Magazine Champions]]
 
[[Category:NABF Super Flyweight Champions]]
 
[[Category:NABF Super Flyweight Champions]]
 
[[Category:Donaire Family]]
 
[[Category:Donaire Family]]

Latest revision as of 04:39, 27 November 2014

Donaire.Nonito.jpg

Name: Nonito Donaire
Alias: The Filipino Flash
Born: 1982-11-16 (Age:32)
Birthplace: Talibon, Bohol, Philippines
Hometown: San Leandro, California, USA
Stance: Orthodox
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 Highlights

  • 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

Career Notes

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)

World Titles

  • IBF Flyweight Title (2007 - 2009)
  • WBC Bantamweight Title (2011)
  • WBO Bantamweight Title (2011)
  • WBO Super Bantamweight Title (2012 - 2013)
  • IBF Super Bantamweight Title (2012)
  • WBA Super World featherweight title (May 2014 - Oct 2014)

Awards & Recognitions

External Links


Preceded by:
Vic Darchinyan
IBF Flyweight Champion
2007 Jul 7 – 2009
Vacated
Succeeded by:
Moruti Mthalane
Preceded by:
Fernando Montiel
WBO Bantamweight Champion
2011 Feb 19 – 2011
Vacated
Succeeded by:
Jorge Arce
Preceded by:
Fernando Montiel
WBC Bantamweight Champion
2011 Feb 19 – 2011
Vacated
Succeeded by:
Shinsuke Yamanaka
Preceded by:
Jorge Arce
Vacated
WBO Super Bantamweight Champion
2012 Feb 4 – 2013 Apr 13
Succeeded by:
Guillermo Rigondeaux
Preceded by:
Jeffrey Mathebula
IBF Super Bantamweight Champion
2012 Jul 7 – 2012 Oct 13
Vacated
Succeeded by:
Jonathan Romero
Preceded by:
Simpiwe Vetyeka
WBA Featherweight Champion
2014 May 31 – 2014 Oct 18
Super Champion
Succeeded by:
Nicholas Walters