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Juan Manuel Marquez Will Be The Subject of Documentary

By Rene Umanzor & Miguel Rivera

Four division world champion Juan Manuel Marquez is close to making his debut on the big screen as the featured subject of the documentary 'Pound for Pound', directed by Rodrigo Leon and produced by Diego Medellin. The release is planned for the month of October. The documentary covers the months leading into the third fight with then WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao, which took place last November in Las Vegas. The documentary will show various aspects, training and personal, in the life of a pound-for-pound boxer who is preparing for a major fight in his career.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ShoulderRoll on 08-20-2012

[QUOTE=SekondzOut;12439011]don't get it twisted...Floyd is more skilled than Marquez imo...especially on the defensive side of the game...BUT it was size that kept Marquez from being able to compete with Floyd...anybody who saw the fight could see that[/QUOTE] Marquez looked slow…

Comment by tlarry on 08-20-2012

JMM has ducked fellow countryman legend Erik Morales! Fought Pacquiao several times, fought Barerra multiple times. Arum offered JMM Morales in Texas Stadium this past July which would have been a massive payday for both, JMM said no.

Comment by Mr. Philadel on 08-20-2012

[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll;12437786]No offense but that's one of the dumbest things I've ever heard. What about the uppercut off of a shoulder roll? And the check hook? :op: [B][U]The fact is that Floyd beat Marquez easily based on pure skill, the weight…

Comment by Mr. Philadel on 08-20-2012

[QUOTE=TerrisJ3;12437658]poor thing couldn't even win a round against May.[/QUOTE] c'mon man...if you're a fan of Floyd's, PLEASE forget that fight ever happened....and when dudes bring it up and call it for what it was(some bullsh1t) just take it across the…

Comment by UTEP on 08-20-2012

[B][QUOTE=ShoulderRoll;12437786[/B]]No offense but that's one of the dumbest things I've ever heard. [SIZE="3"][B]The fact is that Floyd beat Marquez easily based on pure skill, the weight had nothing to do with it[/B][/SIZE].[/QUOTE] If the weight had nothing to do with…

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