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Arce: If Marquez Killed Pacquiao, Manny Would Still Win

By Jhonny Gonzalez

Former champion Jorge Arce, who fights Angky Angkotta for the vacant WBO bantamweight title this Saturday night in Mexico, has no idea what Juan Manuel Marquez would have to do to defeat Manny Pacquiao. Arce did not agree with the three official judges who scored a twelve round majority win in favor of Pacquiao at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Marquez fought Pacquiao to a draw in 2004 and lost a controversial twelve round split decision in 2008.

"I'm disappointed after the fight between Marquez and Pacquiao. It was really an outright robbery. I don't know what Marquez has to do to win in Las Vegas. Maybe murder. But even if he kills [Pacquiao], he would still lose or get a draw. I am disappointed in the judges. Márquez should sue them for being robbed on several occasions," Arce said.

"This tarnishes boxing. It hurts the credibility of boxing. No need to kill or murder with a gun, because [the judges] kill with such decisions. If Pacquiao were honest, he would take the belt and give it to Juan Manuel. After the fight was over, Marquez was celebrating but Pacquiao was sad, and Roach was sad because he predicted a knockout in six rounds and nothing happened."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by -Kev- on 11-25-2011

[QUOTE=jjbj2;11458248]Jorge Arce, I like you because of what you bring to boxing. Still, Nonito Donaire has your number. He would like to have a call with you.[/QUOTE] Damn, Narvaez, Arce...that would be pretty weak couple of fights in a row.

Comment by LeadUppercut on 11-25-2011

I will add one more..... [B]FACT:[/B] When almost every analyst, almost every commentator, almost every knowledgable ringside observer, almost every trainer, and E[B]VERY SINGLE PROFESSIONAL FIGHTER[/B] who was interviewed, gave the win to Marquez..... the only person who would argue…

Comment by LeadUppercut on 11-25-2011

Smarten up clowns, and learn about the sport...... [B]FACT:[/B] that fight was a boxer vs puncher, and Marquez made Manny fight his fight all night long, no cigar for pointing out who the ring general was [B]FACT:[/B] Marquez controlled the…

Comment by tennishero on 11-25-2011

you expect any mexicans to say otherwise pacquiao single handedly cleared out all the blacks and mexicans (so basically all fighters ) from 125-147 he's hated worse than anyone of course all these washed up hasbeen boxers are saying he's…

Comment by imakaiw on 11-25-2011

Who won? [IMG]http://www.nowboxing.com/wp-content/uploads/images-6.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://www.nowboxing.com/wp-content/uploads/show_image_NpAdvSinglePhoto-300x199.jpg[/IMG] [url]http://www.nowboxing.com/2011/11/pacquiao-vs-marquez-a-robbery-on-what-basis-did-marquez-win/21923/[/url] [QUOTE][B]PACQUIAO VS. MARQUEZ A ROBBERY? ON WHAT BASIS DID MARQUEZ WIN?[/B] Thursday, November 24, 2011 By Don Donatello Many boxers, trainers, and their promoters will employ the crying game after a loss. It’ part of…

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