Nonito Donaire Jr.
Donaire turned professional in 2001. He signed up with promoter Jackie Kallen, who paid him a monthly salary of $1,500. After four pro bouts, among which he lost his second, Donaire left Kallen and returned to Manila with his father. Initially mulling restarting his boxing career in the Philippines, they decided to go back to the better facilities in San Leandro, where his father felt there were fewer distractions.
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