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 Last update:  12/18/2012       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Beltran Expects Juan Manuel Marquez Will Fight On
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By Miguel Rivera

Almost everyone is in agreement that four division world champion, Juan Manuel "Dinamita" Marquez (55-6-1, 40KOs), 39-years-old, will continue his career. After December 8th's sixth round knockout of Manny Pacquiao, Marquez told the media that he was seriously considering the possibility of retirement because he promised his wife that he would walk away, regardless of the outcome, after fighting Pacquiao for a fourth time.

Marquez's promoter, Fernando Beltran of Zanfer Promotions, expects the boxing to continue fighting.

"I can say that [I believe] Juan Manuel Márquez will continue in the boxing. There is a lot of support from his family, and more so after they saw that he looked very good, physically and mentally, [against Pacquiao]. The oldest son of Marquez is the one who wants to see his father continue most. He supports [his father] and told him to 'think if over,'" Beltran said.

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comment by ralph22, on 12-18-2012
He is going into politics he has been in close contact with the political party PRI who since december 1st has come back to power in pacquiao-marquez3 jmm had the PRI logo in his truncks to me he should retire

comment by Motofan, on 12-18-2012
Wishful thinking from a guy hoping to make a buck. Marquez will retire. He's all but said it.

comment by Agent Stahl, on 12-18-2012
jmm vs pac V is huge. sh1t i wouldnt be surprised if 90% of the population of blind people in the world buy the ppv

comment by edgarg, on 12-18-2012
[QUOTE=Zano-24]He is at a age where he needs to retire. He has been in a lot of wars and for him to be 40 and still going at it he needs to just let it go. Look what happened to Ali because people kept telling him to fight. You never know how much damage has been done to your brain until you hit ...

comment by edgarg, on 12-18-2012
[QUOTE=sapo1]LUCKY PUNCH??? did you watch the fight?? Marquez Dropped him in the 3rd round with the same right hand!!! and wobbled pac in the 5th with the same punch!!! then put him out with the same right hand in the 6th!!! dont worry its all on video!!! Manny pac got MEXICUTED!!! did ...

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