Juan Manuel Marquez
November 3, 2011 by staff
Juan Manuel Marquez, Manny Pacquiao has become the third chapter of his story bout with Juan Manuel Marquez staff. His trainer, Freddie Roach, has done the same. “I think it’s payback will be a btch,” said Roach.
The coach said the team was referring Marquez submitted to a promotional event in the Philippines with T-shirts with the words “we were robbed” written on them.
Verbal downloads, however, have failed to shake the team knees Marquez, who is growing confidence in the day that the November 12 clash between two great rivals in Las Vegas there is a most impressive of the surprises in boxing.
“We are not the only ones who feel we won the other two fights,” Marquez said during a conference call on Wednesday. “We are prepared to win this way.”
The heavy double blow fighters clash in a game of the trilogy-limitation that is far from your garden-variety decisive. Pacquiao knocked down Marquez three times during their first meeting and ended with a controversial split draw.
His second fight was to induce further argument. Supported by a fall in the third assault on its counter-hit enemies, Pacquiao narrowly beaten with a split decision that Marquez felt should have gone his way.
In a sense, hardly a victory for Marquez to settle accounts between the two rivals. They still own a victory each, sharing a draw. Team Marquez, however, feels that the match for third validate that it is the better fighter.
Pacquiao will defend the WBO welterweight crown which seized Miguel Cotto Marquez for two years and believes that winning the crown is put one up in the current best pound for pound king.
“Now is the time to put in doubt as to who is the better fighter,” Marquez said.
While Pacquiao has kept saying that the fight is personal-a change in tone of a fighter who has made a point to stay away from puns-Marquez also upped the ante from his corner, saying he will try to struggle the same way because he felt he deserved favorable decisions in its first two meetings.
“I’m upset I have not had the decisions,” Marquez said. “This fight will be good because we both want to win badly. The clear winner this time will be the fans.”
If none of the fight can be guaranteed is that the fans do not want to share. Marquez said Pacquiao brings something to the table that even Floyd Mayweather Jr., the Filipino pound-for-pound rival, can bring.
“Floyd does not let you fight,” Marquez said. “We know that Manny will fight.”
The Mexican will go into the game losing by heavy, but Marquez does not care about the odds.
“The odds do nothing for me, that have nothing to do with the fight,” he said. “If the opportunity comes, if it hurts, I’ll go for the knockout.”
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