It seems that every boxer wants to comment on Pacquiaovs Marquez fight. According to the eyes of former two-time world champion Gerry Peñalosa, the 12-round super fight will be cut short to only three rounds. Peñalosa believes that the third fight with Marquez will not be as exciting and thrilling than those of the past few fights. The 38-year old Peñalosa is well known to be a close friend from the world’s top pound-for-pound boxer.
Peñalosa pointed out that Marquez’s decision to move up on the weight class could spell disaster from their fight. Moving up and down like elevators from lightweight division, Marquez is signing his death warrant. Marquez needs to bulk up some welterweight to add an additional nine pounds to meet the catch weight of 144lbs.
Looking at how many of Pacquiao’s opponents stumble down to the ground in terms of speed and power, Pacquiao at 32 is gearing up ahead at the age of 33. Boxing is sport of experience; the key in being a successful fighter solely relies on the fighter’s hard work of training that could withstand any boxing match. There is no better way to be a batter boxer than to train hard.
Freddie Roach talks us down on how he puts Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan sparring with each other and how he showed both of them how to succeed in boxing. “When they spar it’s always good but, while Amir is more than able to hold his own, as it progresses Manny takes control. Amir has developed so much since I started working with him. He’s a great kid who is always listening and always wanting to learn. Manny is a great fighter but Amir is certainly going in the right direction – that’s a fact.” Roach said on an interview with ESPN.
Many boxing analysts have concluded that Manny Pacquiao is nothing without his speed when it comes to fighting other players in the ring. Boxers who are gifted with extraordinary prowess like speed, power and super fast reflexes heavily rely on their gift to succeed on the ring. They lack the much-needed basic boxing lessons that other fighters have.
Although Pacquiao heavily relies on these gifts he is certainly not slowing down or even show signs of deterioration. Pacquiao seems to be faster and stronger than he was ever before. With just a couple of months, before they battle it out in Las Vegas, Pacquiao and Marquez are the hottest topic in town. The fight that is scheduled to take place on November 12 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena is creating buzz with many of the crowd. Executive chief Richard Schaeffer is determined enough that Pacquiao will be floor Marquez again in their last third fight.
With the bouts have been made in their last two fights, Marquez sets sails to the conclusion of their third fight on November 12 at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. Marquez says this fight will resolve all the clouded issues in the past and will settle it good all in his favor. It took eight years to materialize the fight and it has come to the attention of many that the last third fight will definitely be a good one.
The wait is now over as the showdown between the two gifted warriors are all set to happen owing their promoters a great deal when it comes to a fantastic match of action packed boxing. The wait could have been longer but Bob Arum made the fight real.
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With the spectacular first round knock out by Juan Manuel Marquez against his fight with Likar Ramos, the internet was full of rumors and buzz stating that Marquez is definitely ready to face off Pacquiao. Based on Marquez lightning fast speed and reflexes his quick demolition of Ramos spawned numerous articles suggesting that the Pacquiao vs Marquez fight that is set this November 12 will likely be a tough and challenging one for both fighters.
With Marquez’s key victory over Likar, boxing critics have spoken that he ready to face for Pacquiao. Likar’s records looked great on paper but there is nothing to show what should have been his chance to dominate Marquez. Many of Likar Ramos fights where staged against weaker and slower opponents.