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 Last update:  3/28/2012       Read more by Ernesto Castellanos         
   
Juan Manuel Marquez Will Evaluate Future Fight By Fight
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By Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

Juan Manuel Marquez (53-6-1, 39KOs) will evaluate the future of his career with each passing fight. On April 14th at the new arena in Mexico City, Marquez will face Ukrainian Sergey Fedchenko (30-1, 13KOs) for the WBO's interim-junior welterweight title. If he wins, he plans to return on July 14th in Texas, and then hopes to close 2012 with a fourth meeting against Manny Pacquiao in the month of November.

He is very motivated at the moment for Fedchenko, which gives the Mexican legend the opportunity to capture a fourth world title.

"It motivates me a lot to go for my fourth divisional world championship. I have collected three, and now I am going for the fourth, at junior welterweight under the WBO. I'm no youngster, but I want to continue boxing. Right now, I can't say if I'll have two more fights or five more. I'm going to take things [fight by fight] and I'll see how my body responds," Marquez said. 

Marquez expects a tough battle with Fedchenko in April. He invited Pacquiao to attend the fight, but doubts he will be there.

"He will be one of the toughest opponents of my career. I am very motivated to fight in Mexico City. I have to win because then great things will come," Marquez said.

Tags: Juan Manuel Marquez , Sergey Fedchenko , Marquez-Fedchenko , Marquez vs Fedchenko


 

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comment by zab191, on 03-29-2012
Marquez v Guerrero Marquez v A Mere Con Marquez v Margarito - if they can decide on a weight - for a big pay day finish Retire

Marquez is grossly mismanaged
comment by Scrubber, on 03-29-2012
who the hell manages Marquez?? Fire him now!!! Marquez should be getting big payday fights and he gets nothing. NOTHING. a burro could manage Marquez's career better than whoever is doing so now.

comment by richardt, on 03-29-2012
Mayweather fights Marquez and goes on to fight big names, Pac fights Marquez and goes on to fight a big name in Bradley, and Marquez cannot do better than this????????? He is getting to old to waste time with an unknown. The 140 pound division is STACKED and Marquez fights an unknown. Does not ma...

comment by PacmanP4PLegend, on 03-28-2012
[QUOTE=jrrod02]Pacquiao won't give Marquez the rematch. I believe Bradley will beat Pacquiao, and then Pacquiao will retire. Sad part is we'll probably see him 2 years later because like Mayweather did when he first "retired' he'll run out of money.[/QUOTE] Nah Pacquiao too experienced to los...

comment by Yogi007, on 03-28-2012
[QUOTE=4CornersKid]Pacquiao would f**king hill Bradnon Rios, and I'm a big Rios fan. Pacquiao is just all wrong for him. I don't really want to see Pacquiao-Marquez IV, just because it's not really needed. But, I'd buy it to see if Pac can actually beat JMM the 4th convincingly. 1st fight I ha...

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