"We cannot take anything away from what Pacquiao has done," said Garcia. "I don't think we'll ever see anybody do what Pacquiao has done, go from flyweight to junior middleweight and win titles in every division. But if we talk about skills, I do believe that Nonito is a better fighter. Nonito might not do what Pacquiao has done, this is true. We only see the Pacquiaos once in a 100 years, but when it comes to skills, I believe Nonito has more skills than him."
Garcia, 36, became Donaire's head trainer after the Talibon, Bohol-born fighter's Filipino coach—Jonathan Peñalosa—failed to join them in camp due to visa issues. In addition to his work with Donaire, Garcia was a world champion in the super featherweight division, reigning for about a year and a half from 1998 to late '99.
He also trains former welterweight king and Pacquiao opponent Antonio Margarito, as well as reigning lightweight terror Brandon "Bam Bam" Rios.
Garcia said he has been studying tapes of the 28-year-old San Leandro, California resident Donaire's 35-year-old ........
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