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 Last update:  12/9/2012       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Marquez: It Was Skill, Not Muscle, That Beat Pacquiao
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Las Vegas On Saturday night,a bloodied Juan Manuel Marquez rallied to knock out eight division champ Manny Pacquiao with one second left in the sixth round and won the fourth fight of their epic boxing rivalry. The 39-year-old Marquez dropped Pacquiao face first to the canvas, giving him his first victory over the Filipino superstar.

Marquez knocked Pacquiao down in the third round then ended the fight with a savage overhand right that hit Pacquiao flush, sending him down hard.

I feel great that I leave no doubt in the way I got this victory over Manny, Marquez said. I was counter punching him. He was throwing a lot of punches but he was missing and so I would try to counter punch. The right hand I got under his guard. I threw the right when he missed a punch on me.

Marquez, with his newfound muscular body, said his muscles did not play a role in the victory.

"I don't think so [about my muscles playing a role]. We worked on strenght. We on worked speed and I think you could see the good results," Marquez said.

Pacquiao, who suffered his second consecutive loss, felt he was winning and got caught by a punch he never saw coming. He is open for a fifth fight.

I got hit with a punch I didnt see, said Pacquiao. I thought I was getting him in the last couple of rounds but I got hit by a strong punch. I did not expect that punch. I am going to rest and come back to fight. I would go for a fifth."

Tags: Manny Pacquiao , Juan Manuel Marquez , Pacquiao Marquez 4 , Pacquiao vs Marquez 4



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comment by stretchedout, on 12-11-2012
[QUOTE=budfr]fvck off and go clean your bleeding butt[/QUOTE] :lol1: :lol1: Here, enjoy the funniest video on the internet right now.....

comment by budfr, on 12-10-2012
[QUOTE=viperz007]Easier to knockout a coming forward fighter than a backing out waiting for mistake Giving a counter puncher who just waited and backpeddaled throughout rounds a one bloody messed up nose is more impressive than knocking out a fighter whos coming stupidly forward to make u thro...

comment by Phantomas, on 12-10-2012
*Watches a pic of Bradley.. ... yep, it wasnt your muscles Juan.

comment by stretchedout, on 12-10-2012
I dont mean BarryRobinson, I mean the guy in the video that Barry posted.

comment by stretchedout, on 12-10-2012
[QUOTE=BarryRobinson]Manny Pacquiao Knocked Out is a Inside Job by Freddie Roach, His Fans, & Sports Media #PacMarquez[/QUOTE] OMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG !!! There are some absolute fkn retards living among us. Listening to the reasoning of this idiot pac-stain. OMG, these pac-ret...

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