Tim Bradley vs Provodnikov, Staurday 16, March 2013
Pacquiao vs Marquez 4 Replay
*** Manny Pacquiao Lost by nockout ! Follow this page to see the fight, video replay is available
Pacquiao got knockout this time!
Manny Pacquiao’s training for new fighting style
Pacman ensures his fans that this would be a different kind of fight in comparison to his previous three fights. He stated that now in the training camp he is targeting in aggressiveness. He mentioned that the strategy for this fight does not rely on movement only. It is also about different moves and tactics. Read More…
Manny Pacquiao vs Marquez : Greatest Hits
This will be the fourth and possibly final match up between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez. Both men are veterans of world professional championship boxing, and this fight that is being offered to the public will undoubtedly be the hottest match up in all of boxing for the year. Indeed, it is hard to think of two currently existing boxers who are bigger names on the modern international market place.
The fight will result in both boxers receiving millions of dollars for their blood, sweat, and toil. Pacquiao Vs. Marquez 4 will easily become a fight that lives on in the public memory for years to come, regardless of the victor.
The match up sets the stage for a final resolution of the long standing feud between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez. The previous three fights between these two world renowned gladiators have ended in a very unsatisfying fashion. Two of the fights have had to go to the judges’ scoring cards, after which Manny Pacquiao was declared the victor on both occasions. At the conclusion of the third match, the outcome was declared to be an official draw. Millions of fans of both fighters are therefore anticipating a blood, grueling, and punishing match up which will finally decide who is the clear cut victor. Another draw is unacceptable.
Whether or not the match ends in a way that will satisfy the millions of loyal and devoted fans of both men remains to be seen. However, one thing is abundantly clear: the fight itself will be seen by possibly the largest audience that has ever witnessed such a spectacle. Not only will Pacquiao Vs. Marquez draw a packed house at the Las Vegas casino location where the fight itself will take place. In addition to a sell out show in Las Vegas, millions more will view the event via the modern medium of a live, on demand, pay per view broadcast on cable television. Millions of people will therefore be watching to see which of the two champions finally emerges as the undisputed victor of this long standing professional grudge.
In the end, only one man can emerge as the clear cut victor. Another draw would not only enrage millions of loyal fans of professional world championship boxing, but would also draw scrutiny from those who believe that the sport is rigged. Professional boxing cannot afford more controversy and scrutiny of this kind. It is well that both Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez have both promised to their fans that the fight will end in a knock out. If either man can live up to the promises he makes, the fight will be one of the most exciting and action packed match ups of all time. Regardless of who wins in the squared circle, the controversy surrounding Pacquiao Vs. Marquez 4 is bound to become a legend of its own.
Pacquiao vs Marquez fight just for fans?
Whatever the outcome of this fourth match up is to be, one thing is already quite abundantly clear. The purse for the fight will be measured in millions upon millions of dollars. The fight itself will probably yield both fighters a bigger pay day than either have ever earned in their entire careers as professional sports men. In addition, the millions that are guaranteed to be generated via the medium of on demand, pay per view, cable broadcast will ensure that, regardless of who the victor is, both men will leave the ring as extremely wealthy gentlemen. Of course, given these fighters’ fierce professional and competitive egos, a payout of $20 or $30 million might seem almost like a mockery to either of them should they be the loser.
In the end, of course, only one man can lose. A tie would be unacceptable, and would land Las Vegas in a great deal of unwanted controversy and possible litigation. Both Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez have already assured their millions of loyal and dedicated fans that they are both going for the victory by knock out. Whether this can truly be achieved by either fighter is a matter for speculation. Still, it is in both of their best interests to at least portray to the public that they will accept victory in the ring by no other means.
Regardless of who emerges from the ring as the victor, one thing is assured: this match up will go down in boxing history.
There is still more than a month till we will be able to be the witnesses of the great event in boxing life. Remind you that the fight between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez will be held in Las Vegas on December 8th, 2012. It would be their 4th meeting as they have already had 3 fights against each other in the past. Recently Manny gave the interview concerning the next fight to The Boxing Channel’s where he stated that the fight is going to be much for fun and for fans. Read more >>
Juan Manuel Marquez is happy to punch Pacquiao again.
In the interview to the http://www.boxingchannel.tv (video)
Juan Manuel Marquez said that
He is happy to have another chance to face Pacquiao.
Pacquiao vs Marquez fight undercard: updated
Jessie Vargas has been added to the undercard of the coming megafight on December 8th at the MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Vargas, 23, is a recent Top Rank boxing stable signee and it looks like his promoter Bob Arum wants to get him some visibility by putting him on the Pacquiao-Marquez card against an opponent still to be determined.
Vargas’s opponent should be determined this month.
Here’s how the Pacquiao-Marquez card is shaping up right now:
- Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez
- Javier Fortuna vs. Patrick Hyland
- Miguel Vazquez vs. Mercito Gesta
- Yuriorkis Gamboa vs. Miguel Beltran Jr
- Michael Farenas vs. TBA
- Jessie Vargas vs. TBA
- Dodie Boy Penalosa Jr vs. TBA
- Wale Omotoso vs. Irving Garcia
Bradle’s Wrong Result: Pacquiao Explains Why He Won
The former welterweight champ doesn’t think he lost to Bradley.