It’s been 3 years since Nonito The Flash, Donaire last fight in the Philippines. This was on April 23, 2016, when he fought Hungarians veteran boxer Zsolt Bedak, in Cebu City, Cebu, for WBO super bantamweight championship belt.

Our country men, Nonito The Flash, Donaire has been scored a stunning technical knockout win, in round 3, to a tough Magyars professional boxer.

As a result, he was successfully claimed, his first title defense of his, WBO super bantamweight belt. But after nearly 7 months, he was scheduled to fight, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, for second title defense of his WBO super bantamweight title.

As the co-main event of, Manny Pacquiao vs. Jessie Vargas  bout on November 5, 2016. In a hard-hitting, dominating speed, and highly entertaining fight. Donaire nearly had Magdaleno out in the 12th round bout. But, it was not enough.

Therefore, Magdaleno win a stunning unanimous decision, took his WBO championship belt. And remain undefeated, since, he signed up, Bob Arums Top Rank, in 2012. Five years ago, when was, Nonito Donaire tasted a won via knockouts. And this has been bounce back again, since he faced with American Stephen Young, for his first defense of the WBA super world bantamweight title.

He took up this throne from, Ryan Burnett via round 4 retired victory, on November 3, 2018, in Glasgow, Scotland.

After Carl Frampton, defeated him, via unanimous decision in 2018. The Filipino Flash, bounce back to his next two consecutive fights. Nonito Flash Donaire, recent professional record of 40 wins, 26 via knockouts, and 5 losses 1 via KO.

November 7, 2019, the 36-year old  Filipino American boxer will be his next scheduled fight, as 4 times weight class world champion.

His opponent is world number two bantamweight champion, Naoya Inoue, or better known as the Monster. He prepared to fight for the World Boxing Super Series finals.

Featuring WBA and IBF super world bantam titles. This championship will be held at Super Arena, Saitama City, Japan.

Let’s talk about this, next Nonito’s opponent. Naoya Inoue has a professional record of 18 wins, 16 wins ended with a knockouts, and 89 percent KO finishing rate.

Currently, Inoue, is three-weight class world champion. And reining as the most popular boxer in Japan today.

He was the only one, who defeated Puerto Rican boxer, Emmanuel Rodriguez via second round knockout, for the title of IBF, super world bantamweight, held in Glasgow, Scotland.

Inoue, has defeated 3 professional Filipinos, according to his previous boxing records.

Since, then, “The Monster” revealed, that he has long wanted to fight Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire Jr. And he believes that, fighting a legend such as Donaire will be good for his career.  He added, that, he will give everything in this WBSS finals tournament, and attain the Ali Trophy.”

Also, Nonito Donaire, wants to add another trophy to his collection. When he takes on Japan’s Naoya Inoue, in the final battle of the bantamweight tournament of the World Boxing Super Series. He said,  No room for errors vs Naoya Inoue.

Our Filipino Flash,  is preparing a different kind of training, physical and mental aspect, and eating healthy food  for his biggest upcoming fight on November 2019.