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Donaire has fought some of the sport’s most dangerous fighters as high as 126 pounds during two separate runs at featherweight over the past decade yet considers bantamweight his best and preferred weight class as he looks to become just the 11th fighter in history to hold world titles in three different decades.
“When I got back into the gym for this fight, I could feel that the power, the speed, the explosiveness was all there again,” Donaire said. “I felt like my body had time to heal properly for this training camp. I am very confident going into Saturday night.”
“He’s very technically sound. You can’t underestimate a guy like him who has that amateur pedigree and who has worn that belt on his waist. We are not underestimating him. He is smart and sound, but I have the experience, the power, the speed and all the motivation to beat him. I will be looking for the knockout like I do every fight.”
The oddsmakers have installed Donaire as a small underdog with huge respect for his one-punch knockout power against the southpaw Oubaali, who last fought on the undercard of Donaire’s decision loss to Inoue when he handed the brother of the Japanese “Monster,” Takuma Inoue, his first pro defeat in the second defense of his WBC reign.
“Yes, [Donaire] has had an outstanding career and he has power but I believe I have more power than him,” Oubaali said. “I know I have the power. He’s a good boxer but I’m the world champion and on Saturday I’m going to show the world who is the best. I know I am the best. I respect Nonito. He’s had a good career but I’m the best in the division.”
Although Donaire’s power has long been his calling card, it’s his great technique that has paired with his toughness to keep him viable in the lower weight classes despite his age in a way that is both shocking and impressive.