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Marquez Tabs Pacquiao To Get Revenge, Defeat Bradley

By Salvador Rodriguez

Former four division world champion Juan Manuel Marquez is picking his career rival, Manny Pacquiao, to get revenge with a world title victory on April 12th over WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley. In June of 2012, Bradley got a controversial twelve round split decision victory over Pacquiao. Following that match, Marquez knocked out Pacquiao in six rounds but then Bradley won a twelve round decision over Marquez last October.

"First I want to say that it is an important, interesting fight, because of what happened in the first. In that fight the decision was different from what happened in the ring, and I think Bradley should change his strategy because it did not work [from the first fight]. Pacquiao could fight the same, but it is Bradley who needs to make adjustments. If judges do what needs to be done, Pacquiao should win. If Bradley makes the adjustments, it's going to be a very good fight," Marquez said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Public_Enemy on 02-01-2014

[QUOTE=jas;14192062][/QUOTE] This. I've been saying that JMM would wait for the winner of Pac/Bradley. He has his eyes on the WW title. It doesn't matter who has it. Tbh, he should've had the belt already…

Comment by jcpryor on 02-01-2014

[QUOTE=MoneyMay11;14189567]Yes. Pacquiao gave Juan rematch after rematch. I will gladly take all of your points if a 5th fight happens. Pacquiao will fight more calculated and cautious. On another note: Bradley is going to lose to Pacquiao again. Manny is…

Comment by jas on 02-01-2014

Comment by hectari on 01-31-2014

[QUOTE=Evol;14189689]sr looks happy with manny lol.. man just imagine if pac was train by sr haha.[/QUOTE] He almost trained him. Teddy Atlas and Floyd sr were the two names that Murad Muhammad the black guy with the snaggle teeth was…

Comment by Evol on 01-31-2014

pac prolly has no idea what sr is saying too lol.. pac's like ehhhh im just gonna stand here and smile

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