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Arce is Motivated By Marquez Win To Shock Donaire

By Rafael Soto

Juan Manuel Márquez pulled off a major victory for Mexico last Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. After nearly six rounds of war, Marquez knocked out Manny Pacquiao with a second remaining in the sixth round. This Saturday night in Houston, Jorge “Travieso” Arce (61-6-2, 46 KO’s) will challenge WBO super bantamweight king “Filipino Flash” Nonito Donaire (30-1-0, 19 KO’s) in an HBO televised main event.

Arce says he is very motivated by Marquez's big win and vows to duplicate that victory with another shocking upset of a heavily favored Filipino boxer.

"Marquez's victory, my experience, my style, my delivery in the ring and especially the strong criticism of my detractors have heavily motivated me. Get ready to see what I will do with Nonito Donaire on Saturday. I'll secure another victory for our beloved Mexico. We are now in the range of 122 pounds and without a hitch we'll make the super bantamweight limit. We will bring a lot of strength, explosiveness and my physical condition will be like it's never been before. I am eager to be in the ring against Donaire," Arce said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Phantomas on 12-14-2012

[QUOTE=toshmurph;12812709]How is Donaire overrated? I suppose your a Rigondeaux fan[/QUOTE] Supposed p4p fighter but he isn´t even the best at his own division.

Comment by BlackHat on 12-14-2012

I'd say Nonito is more motivated. LOL.

Comment by Bermuda on 12-14-2012

[QUOTE=toshmurph;12812709]How is Donaire overrated? I suppose your a Rigondeaux fan[/QUOTE] or just an idiot....

Comment by mrpleaseplease on 12-14-2012

gotta love arce, the guy is never in a boring fight. his heart is a credit to our sport,but he's in real tough sat night. i've been an arce fan for years,aswell as a nonito fan, i'm thinkin this fight…

Comment by Angry Cuban on 12-14-2012

This sound so fake..

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