Nonito Donaire at 38, Destroys Young Nordine Oubaali to Be a 9 time World Champion

Article by Rick Mohamed

Nonito Donaire, the ageless wonder, at 38 years old becomes a 9-time world champion after 4th rd. KO of Nordine Oubaali. AND THE NEW..!

Nonito Donaire put on a great performance vs Nonito Oubaali, becoming the new WBC Bantamweight Champion of the World at 38 years old. Donaire looked like he did back in the day: a very explosive and exciting fighter to watch. 
Once again, he delivers another spectacular moment for his fans. Donaire delivered the perfect left hook all night long. He caught Oubaali twice in the third round and dropped him: the second knock down came as the bell sounded, ending the round with a vicious left hook to the chin of Ouibaali that left him totally disoriented. 
He ended up having the wobbly Elvis legs. The referee could have very well ended this fight after 3, when Oubaali could barely walk towards the ref, but the referee gave him a second life line to come back out for the fourth round. 
Then, Donaire poured his attack on one more time and dropped Oubaali for the last time and the stoppage to become the newly crowned WBC Bantamweight Champion of the world! This makes Donaire a 9X world champion. 
This was an unbelievable performance the champ delivered. He fought and looked like the seasoned world champion so many know him as. The Filipino Flash is still here.  The consummate pro, he kneeled & bowed in respect and reverence to his defeated opponent after Oubaali was counted out. Congrats to “Team Donaire”

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