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De La Hoya: Marquez Was Robbed in Pacquiao Rematch

By Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

The president of Golden Boy Promotions, Oscar De La Hoya, will not stop in his pursuit of a third meeting between Juan Manuel Marquez and Manny Pacquiao. There were already two exciting but controversial meetings between the two boxers. The first was fought to a twelve round draw in 2004. The 2008 rematch ended in a controversial twelve round split decision in favor of Pacquiao.

Marquez defends his WBA/WBO lightweight titles against Michael Katsidis next week in Las Vegas. If victorious, Marquez plans to move to the junior welterweight division to seek a fourth world title. De La Hoya is convinced that Marquez was robbed in the Pacquiao rematch.

"We will continue looking for that fight. It's Manny Pacquiao who avoids Juan Manuel. Of course, Marquez has to first beat Michael Katsidis on the 27th in Las Vegas, Nevada, to continue the pursuit of that fight. I am convinced that Marquez beat Pacquiao the second time they fought, but Juan Manuel was robbed," De La Hoya said.

Another fight that interests De La Hoya is a bout between Marquez and Erik Morales.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Canelo Phresh on 11-19-2010

marquez won. even ronnie nathanielz thought so and that reports and pacquiaos daily bowel movements.

Comment by LeadUppercut on 11-19-2010

[QUOTE=coolka;9614948]The only thing I can remember is 1. Dela Hoya quit to the best fighter in the world 2. Juan Manuel Marquez hit the canvass 4 times after 2 fights with the best boxer in the world Robbed? I can…

Comment by ummeed on 11-19-2010

[QUOTE=PHX PLAYMAKER;9612628]Too bad "handicap freddy" already made it clear that they will only fight juan at 147, where he isnt nearly as effective as he is at 135. Always with his handicaps, ftp.[/QUOTE] yeah it's handicap freddy's fault that jmm…

Comment by OpaiSoma on 11-19-2010

[QUOTE=PHX PLAYMAKER;9612628]Too bad "handicap freddy" already made it clear that they will only fight juan at 147, where he isnt nearly as effective as he is at 135. Always with his handicaps, ftp.[/QUOTE] see if the fight happens at a…

Comment by sNiTcH on 11-19-2010

thats the greedy ass DLH :D he knows he cant get floyd under his umbrella against pac... poor JMM :D keep pushing JMM to get the contract... the money is with pac :D

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