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Marquez Writing a Book on How He "Beat Pacquiao"

By Salvador Rodriguez

Four division world champion Juan Manuel Márquez has written a book about his trilogy with Filipino rival Manny Pacquiao. The book, called "Yes, I beat you Pacquiao," will be presented this Sunday at the international book fair at the Politecnico. Marquez notes that his book is more than just Pacquiao. He details portions of his career and the qualities that made him one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in boxing.

"[This book is about] how I worked to achieve what I have achieved, with character, courage, and the desire that must be there to get what you want," said Marquez.

"The book which I wrote, and obviously I was helped a little with editing, was based on what I did and what I did to succeed. I speak of discipline, responsibility, and to do so in a book is very important because it's a great way for people to know a little bit more about me."

This first edition, Juan Manuel explained, will be printed with five thousand copies.

Salvador Rodriguez covers boxing for The Record and BoxingScene.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by The Gambler1981 on 12-12-2012

Now he has a good ending to that book, he should move ahead with this project.

Comment by nysoxfan84 on 12-12-2012

He's right. Nothing wrong with that title. I'm sure it will be an interesting read.

Comment by TP6 U Snitch on 12-12-2012

Marquez is so ****in gangsta....:headbang:

Comment by heat27 on 08-18-2012

"Yes, I beat you Pacquiao" lmao

Comment by The Gambler1981 on 08-18-2012

It is his opinion, I can see why he would feel that way but they were all pretty close. The last fight was his best case and even then it was still close.

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