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Photos: Sergio Martinez Ripped and Ready For Macklin

Middleweight king Sergio Martinez (48-2-2, 27KOs) held an open workout in New York City, and looked ripped and ready for the local press and the crowd of onlooking fans. Martinez faces Irish middleweight contender Matthew Macklin (28-3, 19KOs) this coming Saturday night in an HBO televised clash from New York's Madison Square Garden. Photos by Damien Acevedo.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Babalu11 on 03-15-2012

Obviously his age is starting to look on his face, but the guy has the body of a 25 year old. I see this fight similar to Martinez vs William 1, but Martinez knocking Macklin out in the later rounds.

Comment by Carlos Alberto on 03-15-2012

Sergio looks to be in great shape... One thing I noticed, though, is that his skin looks old (after all, he is 36-37). We'll see how much longer he can last in this game. Hopefully he can be like Hopkins,…

Comment by Jensen_usmc on 03-15-2012

@GoogleMe, Ortiz's back/shoulders is pretty much close to that, but have to say Sergios lookin solid! I hate it when people gay comments, its just compliments on there hard work. Maybe if you put some work in, you could look…

Comment by MJ223 on 03-15-2012

[B]He's going to kill himself trying to make 50/54 again......[/B]

Comment by WESS on 03-15-2012

Bad news for anyone thinking Bob would allow Chavez Jr to fight this guy...

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