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Nacho: Pacquiao-Marquez is Better Than Bradley Rematch

By Miguel Rivera

Nacho Beristain, the hall of fame coach of four time world champion Juan Manuel Marquez, believes there is an 80% chance that a fourth fight with Manny Pacquiao will take place on November 10th.

On June 9th in Las Vegas, Pacquiao lost a controversial twelve round split decision to Timothy Bradley. Nacho says a fourth meeting between Pacquiao and Marquez will generate a lot more interest and a lot more money than a Pacquiao-Bradley rematch.

"Right now there is a 80 percent chance [the fight will be made]. It's a fight that generates more public interest and more money than a rematch with Timothy Bradley," said Beristain.

"Bob Arum and Fernando Beltran, the promoters for Pacquiao and Marquez, are intelligent and looking for good profits. I think it's better to make the fourth fight between Marquez and Pacquiao."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Primera on 06-25-2012

[QUOTE=whirlwind;12277723]Pac vs JMM 4 is better than Bradley 2. People saw Pac gave Bradley a one sided beating and put him in a wheelchair. I'm afraid because he was robbed he will make sure he put Bradley in stretcher unconscious…

Comment by ronnie_N. on 06-24-2012

if pacquiao agrees to fight marquez in mexico, then i'm all for it... bradley doesn't deserve a rematch, he only won on his own world with people hearing no sounds and wearing 3D glasses... just give the minimum 5mil to…

Comment by whirlwind on 06-24-2012

Pac vs JMM 4 is better than Bradley 2. People saw Pac gave Bradley a one sided beating and put him in a wheelchair. I'm afraid because he was robbed he will make sure he put Bradley in stretcher unconscious…

Comment by ivanx00 on 06-24-2012

I truly enjoy watching JMM fight....but seriously, he doesn't need Pacquiao. The last fight, although won by JMM in the fans eyes, was boring as hell. JMM can get better fights out there rather than boring the fans with another…

Comment by Alpha & Omega on 06-24-2012

I'll watch it because I am in awe of the technician that JMM is, he is just an amazing fighter. Those two together always make a great fight. If Pac wins the 4th fight fair and square I am fine…

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