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 Last update:  5/8/2014       Read more by Salvador Rodriguez         
   
Marquez Saw a Draw or Close Win For Mayweather
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By Salvador Rodriguez

Former four division world champion Juan Manuel Marquez believes last week's welterweight unification between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Marcos Rene Maidana could have been scored a draw or close win, 7 rounds to 5, in favor of Mayweather. Mayweather won a twelve round majority decision. One judge had the fight scored a 114-114 draw, as did several others at ringside. Marquez was dominated by Mayweather over twelve rounds several years ago.

"I saw a bout with more wrestling than boxing. I saw a draw or a win by Mayweather with a very small margin of two points," said Juan Manuel. "Maidana missed a lot of punches. Mayweather moved well from the waist, and the only good shots that were landed were the counters by Floyd when Maidana missed. That's why [the judges] saw him winning. It was entertaining, but it was not a convincing victory."

Tags: Floyd Mayweather Jr. , Juan Manuel Marquez , Marcos Maidana , Mayweather-Maidana , Mayweather vs. Maidana


 

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comment by ddangerous, on 05-08-2014
I'm with Marquez on this one. I saw a draw, or at most 7-5 Mayweather, and I don't dislike Mayweather.

comment by WESS, on 05-08-2014
[QUOTE=raymosr]Let's see, Canelo, Lara, Marquez, N. Richardson, Kahn Artist, n now even Jim Lampley all agree that Mayweather won... who doesn't agree all the butt hurt Pac tards, & chino wishers. The facts are that chino chose a decent game plan which was to punch his opponent in the nuts, on th...

comment by raymosr, on 05-08-2014
Let's see, Canelo, Lara, Marquez, N. Richardson, Kahn Artist, n now even Jim Lampley all agree that Mayweather won... who doesn't agree all the butt hurt Pac tards, & chino wishers. The facts are that chino chose a decent game plan which was to punch his opponent in the nuts, on the back of the h...

comment by MeanestNiceGuy, on 05-08-2014
Yeah Marquez...just like you felt that you won a close fight against Bradley? Gotcha!

comment by radioraheem, on 05-08-2014
[QUOTE=Cinci Champ]ya its hard take any of these opinions serious tho a lot of the time a fighter will say a certain thing to make himself look better. Canelo lost so hes gonna say mayweather won khan beat maidana so hes gonna say maidana won u know what i mean[/QUOTE] Lara also said Mayweathe...

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