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Marquez Waits on Confirmation of 4th Pacquiao Showdown

By Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

Nacho Beristain, the manager and trainer of WBO 140-pound champion Juan Manuel Marquez, says his boxer will receive word in the next few days on whether or not a fourth fight with Manny Pacquiao will actually happen.

If they actually fight in November, Nacho and Marquez are staying firm that fourth meeting will take place in Dallas, Texas. He says Juan Manuel has no problem with taking the fight in Texas, where he believes the officials are more reliable. They refuse to face the Filipino star in Las Vegas, where the first three battles took place.

"They are going to provide Juan Manuel with some news regarding this matter in the coming days," Nacho said.

Nacho and Juan Manuel will begin working in the gym to make sure they stay sharp. They will strengthen their preparation as soon as something definite comes down.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by The Big Dunn on 08-02-2012

[QUOTE=Nekeneg;12392132]Was there really an offer like that? I keep seeing 60/40 get thrown in these kind of discussion, but I've never seen a source where Floyd offered 60/40 to Pac. Just the 40M flat fee and 0 PPV. :thinking:[/QUOTE] If…

Comment by shade darkar on 08-02-2012

[QUOTE=blasyaface;12390601]Yes he did, u can google it...[/QUOTE] no he didnt. have a little look at the result of the first fight.

Comment by mezoomozaa on 08-02-2012

BTW , I believe that Pacquiao has beaten Marquez 1 times " 2nd fight " + 2 draws and I believe their first 2 matches were very exciting but a fighter with such no dignity doesn't deserve the title […

Comment by mezoomozaa on 08-02-2012

Pacquaiao has become the true definition of the word [ JOKE ]

Comment by zab191 on 08-02-2012

Marquez beat Pac THREE times.

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