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Juan Manuel Marquez Weighs 144-Pounds, Ready For War

****Editor's Note: Marquez weight was actually 144 and not 142 as previously reported.

By Miguel Rivera, photos by Rafael Soto

Former three division world champion Juan Manuel Marquez (53-6-1, 39KOs) looks ready for battle. The Mexican star took part in a seven day weigh-in at the Romanza Gym. Under the watchful eye of trainer Nacho Beristain, Marquez weighed in at 144-pounds, only four pounds above the junior welterweight limit for the fight with Sergey Fedchenko (30-1, 13KOs) on April 14th at the New Arena Mexico in Mexico City. The vacant WBO interim-junior welterweight title will be at stake.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by waleeddin on 04-09-2012

marquaz is a legend

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Comment by sirCliff on 04-09-2012

Man Marquez is Pacquiaos Kryptonite thats for sure.

Comment by PEANUT BOSS on 04-09-2012

Marquez is just a professor and pacquios master.

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