Gene Fullmer knows. So does Dick Tiger. Roberto Duran can speak on it too.
Sometimes, the perfect punch lands and a great fighter gets to be part of another great fighter’s highlight reel.
Manny Pacquiao has, along with Floyd Mayweather, given boxing in the U.S. a two-headed sub-Heavyweight pay-per-view revenue monster since the retirement of Oscar De La Hoya. No matter how much money is generated, boxing remains sport and the other man is hitting back.
Last Saturday, Juan Manuel Marquez was the other man. He was the greater man. Down slightly on points and taking a bit of a thrashing in rounds five and six, his Homeric quest of almost a decade to add the “W” he wanted more than any other was concluded.
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