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Marquez: Pacquiao Wants The KO, But I Will KO Him!

Boxing’s most contentious rivalry is set to end with a knockout this Saturday night, live on Primetime (Channel 498 on Sky & Virgin On Demand).

Both Manny Pacquiao and Mexican warrior Juan Manuel Marquez insist that they will flatten the other to conclusively prove who the superior fighter is as they clash for the fourth time in Las Vegas.

“I’m trying to look for the knockout. Pacquiao said he wants to knock me out but I want to knock him out.” said Marquez

The Filipino star, who is regarded as the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world, claims he will be going into this bout as the aggressor, in a fight he believes will be the last between the two.

“My focus is on more aggression and if I have the chance to finish the fight early I will grab it. Marquez never accepted that he lost the last three fights so it’s up to me to show him in this one,” said Pacquiao

Pacquiao vs Marquez 4 will commence at 2am. The event will cost £14.95 For more information call 0871 200 4444*

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Mr. Philadel on 12-09-2012

0:21-0:26

Comment by solo20 on 12-09-2012

[QUOTE=RwK;12786807]I'm a JMM fan you fking dillhole. lol. But regardless, I'll let you charade the rest of this thread.[/QUOTE] then you know they have it comming

Comment by Run on 12-09-2012

[QUOTE=LFC;12786794]Not to sound like a genius after the fact but there were a few boxing journos who predicted Marquez would KO Pacquiao before the 8th. They made their prediction after watch Marquez ko'ing sparring partners and the fact he has…

Comment by Cleto_Reyes on 12-09-2012

MARQUEZ!!!! happy for Berenstien as well he deserved it all the hard work he put in the 4 fights

Comment by Run on 12-09-2012

[QUOTE=solo20;12786778]IT HURTS YOU WAHAHA :bottle: :bottle: :bottle: [img]http://i.imgur.com/hR3rI.png[/img] The Mexicutioner Has Been Executed[/QUOTE] I'm a JMM fan you fking dillhole. lol. But regardless, I'll let you charade the rest of this thread.

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