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Rios: I'll Say It Again, I Will Retire Manny Pacquiao!

Macau - A reporter today asked Brandon Rios about "...all of the pressure going into a
fight against Manny Pacquiao."

"No pressure on me," Rios said at his daily workout. "I'll be the one putting all of the pressure on him November 23. I'm retiring Pacqiuao. I said it before and I'll say it again - Pacquiao's time is over. Marquez took the last bit of life out of him. I'm going to get all of that Manny Money when I win and get ready for my next fight."

Rios worked the mitts with chief trainer Robert Garcia, then worked on a heavy bag, then the speed bag at the gym inside of the Venetian Macau.

On Friday, Rios will have his last day of sparring against lefthander Erick DeLeon of Detroit.

"I've been training five months, the longest camp of my life," Rios said. "But this work is what it takes to win a fight like this."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ModernTalking on 11-16-2013

Anything can happen if you get in the ring Rios. The only time that it can't happen is ( my health come first, I'm a rich coward, I lost my urge to fight, what if I lose, no fight unless…

Comment by Fighting_Pride on 11-16-2013

yeah right. rios' biggest win was against an average fighter who had no chin (alvarado). rios had never fought anyone with the punching power comparable to pacquiao's. rios is going down hard.

Comment by ddangerous on 11-15-2013

Probably try to catch this one at a b dubs

Comment by Evol on 11-15-2013

I usually can't stand rios but for once I think I believe him this time. Was watching the work out vid of PAC yesterday and he doesn't look sharp at all. During one of the mitts routine PAC messed up…

Comment by Albeerto on 11-15-2013

Rios is gonna pull a chris arreola after the fight... "Look at me, I look like [email protected] shrek!!!":dunno::banghead:

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