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Juan Manuel Marquez: Alvarado is a Dangerous Fighter

By CARLOS ARIAS

BELL, CALIF. --- Mike Alvarado was knocked down twice and retired on his stool after the 10th round in his last fight against Ruslan Provodnikov.

Could that fight make it easier for Juan Manuel Marquez to break him down mentally when they meet on Saturday night at The Forum on HBO.

"Alvarado is a great fighter," Marquez said at Wednesday's open workout at Azteca Boxing Club. "Alvardo lost his last fight. This is motivation for him. He wants to win and Alvarado is a strong fighter. He likes to fight. This is a dangerous fighter. Nothing is easy. Nothing. Alvarado has motivation because he wants to win. I want to win it. This is a war, because he lose his last fight and I lose my last fight. It's important because the people will see a great fight."

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TLC8 on 05-16-2014

[QUOTE=Booty Dew;14556571]People are overlooking the fact that this is the biggest guy Marquez has faced![/QUOTE] Hope you kept the receipt on your education.

Comment by Resilient on 05-16-2014

People are overlooking the fact that this is the biggest guy Marquez has faced!

Comment by TLC8 on 05-16-2014

[QUOTE=frantic fighter;14554606]Bradley didn't bust up JMM lol Bradley couldn't bust up a 12 year old girl,Marquez lost a close decision in which he took very little to no damage.[/QUOTE] Shut up clown. Marquez looked old in the fight and was…

Comment by lopez36 on 05-15-2014

[QUOTE=buckfangs;14554712]Marquez knows he should have retired after Pac 4, but now he's earning career high pay days, so he going to cherry pick, that's why he's not fighting Provod he old finacilly set and has a family health comes first…

Comment by buckfangs on 05-15-2014

Marquez knows he should have retired after Pac 4, but now he's earning career high pay days, so he going to cherry pick, that's why he's not fighting Provod he old finacilly set and has a family health comes first…

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