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Edgar Sosa Advises Juan Manuel Marquez To Fight On

By Jose Luis Camarillo, notifight.com

Edgar Sosa, Mexico's popular former WBC flyweight world champion, believes the key to the longevity and continued success of Juan Manuel Marquez is because the boxer leads "an ordinary life. An example of what you can achieve by leading a life without distractions and being an athlete dedicated to your work. "

Sosa stated: "Marquez has placed himself among the greatest Mexican fighters in spectacular fashion by knocking out (Manny) Pacquiao. Pacquiao was considered by many to be something like a God, for having defeated De La Hoya, Cotto, Margarito, Morales, Barrera - all of the greats. Marquez, who five or six years ago was unknown to many, beat him. He fought aggressively and smart and was able to counterpunch the Filipino with the right hand and he caught Pacquiao coming in, because [Pacquiao] was confident because he thought Marquez was very hurt."

Sosa says Marquez, at 39-years-old, should continue fighting. Marquez's wife Erika telling him to retire, but there is a lot of money at stake for a fifth fight with Pacquiao in the fall.

"I would not [retire], really. As Erik Morales once said, how can you walk away when you're making more money [than you've ever made in the past]."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MurkaMan on 01-06-2013

[QUOTE=sapo1;12887378]if you werent a pac turd you would know that JMM now has a statistical advantage!!! 70% of boxing rematches that endeD in KO usually has the same result only sooner in the fight!! so when fighters get knocked out…

Comment by Prime 407 on 01-04-2013

Sosa must be a ******* wanting revenge. JMM should retire now that he's one of the biggest names in boxing and can triple the amount of money he's made his whole career.

Comment by toolegit on 01-04-2013

[QUOTE=stretchedout;12886571]I agree, Marquez should put on a showcase. Pac is a cracked egg, he is done, Marquez should finish him off in Mexico. Bank one final mega-payday, and finish Pacquiao off for good. But I'm a bit worried about Pac…

Comment by puga on 01-04-2013

[QUOTE=stretchedout;12888060]Hey, you crybaby b1tch..... THE COMMISSION DID ITS JOB !![/QUOTE] it sure did ..and so did memo , i mean jmm passed the test did'nt he?

Comment by Rk16 on 01-04-2013

Don't see the interest in another Pacquiao fight really Be nice for him to fight other big names before he quits Broner,Bradley or even Kahn would be nice

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