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View Poll Results: Should Freddie Roach retire after Pacquiao loses?
Yes his health has deteriorated too much 1 8.33%
Yes he has done enough and shouldn't keep losing 2 16.67%
No his fighters just don't get it done its not his fault 2 16.67%
No because Manny will beat Marquez 7 58.33%
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:17 PM
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Not really. I think he should retire when he can't train anymore. His fighters been losing due to uncontrollable reasons at the most. However I must point out he doesn't seem to be an all rounder type of trainer, who only concentrate on making his fighters offensive as much as possible. Therefore his fighters lack defensive techniques?
I would have to agree with this.
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