Nacho: If Bradley Runs Again, Marquez Will Lose Rematch
By Salvador Rodriguez
Hall of Fame trainer Nacho Beristain would like to see his famous student, Juan Manuel Marquez (55-7, 40KOs), defeat WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley in a rematch and then retire from the sport after two more fights.
Marquez, 40-years-old, was close to retirement after knocking Manny Pacquiao out in the sixth round of their fourth meeting in December 2012. Marquez decided to come back for an October shot at Bradley, who picked up a twelve round split decision win. Marquez and Nacho believe the judges robbed them with Bradley.
Marquez would like to have two more fights in 2014, according to the boxer's promoter Fernando Beltran of Zanfer Promotions.
"Juan Manuel can beat him, [if Bradley] exchanges. Juan can punch and beat him, but if Bradley runs like he did the last time, then Marquez can't win if the judges do what they did the last time. If he wins [over Bradley], I would like to see him fight two more times and then that's it. I have always said that I'll follow Juan Manuel to hell. I can only advise him and then he makes the decisions, but he always listen to me and we've always had good results," Marquez said.
This is how they cried robbery robbery after they lost.Comment by GoldenGloveLove on 12-28-2013
Weirdest f#cking thing I've ever seen Nacho say tbh.Comment by IST-ra-GLEr2 on 12-28-2013
Im a nacho and JMM fan, but this doesnt make any sense, JMM needs to adjust and force Bradley to fight his fight, thats entirely on team marquez to do the adjustment.Comment by Trudoe the.. on 12-28-2013
"The" Juan Manuel Marquez will always lose to a superior boxer with good defensive capabilities because "The" Juan Manuel Marquez is a counter puncher at core. If you don't give him much to counter, he sadly becomes inneffective as he…Comment by Muscles72 on 12-27-2013
The truth is nacho and Marquez thought Bradley would fight like he did against provodkinov and if he did he would've been done for but Bradley boxed well and stayed out of harms way that's why Marquez was always successful…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (90)