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 Last update:  12/26/2012       Read more by Jhonny Gonzalez            &
Sergio Martinez Says Career is Slowly Reaching The End
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By Jhonny Gonzalez

WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez (50-2, 28KOs) returns to the ring on April 27th against unbeaten Martin Murray (25-0-1, 11KOs) in Argentina. After winning titles in two weight division, with multiple runs, and becoming a star who makes millions of dollars - Martinez wonders how much more he can possibly accomplish. 

Martinez, who turns 38 in February, says his career is reaching the final stage.

"Sometimes, I think [about the fact] that I have nine belts at home. I feel that there is a lot that I [accomplished]. What else can I accomplish? I signed a contract with HBO for three more fights that [are probably going to] be the last of my career, including April 27. Boxing is losing prominence in my life. I'm currently living during a great period [of my life] where I can not afford to lose any motivation or desire to keep winning. So today that is stronger than any other feeling [in my body]," Martinez said.

Beyond Murray, Martinez may face Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in a rematch on a September date. Martinez is also growing his own promotional company and helps the careers of such fighters like Kiko Martinez and Gabriel Campillo.

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comment by SlySlickSmooth, on 12-28-2012
Wasn't he saying around the Chavez fight that he's been in the best shape ever? and felt like he was like 28 or something

comment by MASTER1454, on 12-28-2012
[QUOTE=MR. LARRYX]Floyd is not a middleweight and ya'll need to over that already,that fight aint happening nor does it have to[/QUOTE] Only reason why Sergio is at 160 is because he was forced to give up the 154 belt, unlike Floyd, who has belts at 147 & 154. Don't ser what's the problem........

comment by Skittlez, on 12-28-2012
I wanna stretch Sergio Martinez's vagina out with my ***. He makes me harder than anything in the world.

comment by stretchedout, on 12-28-2012
Martinez is a terrific fighter, pity he is not more appreciated.

comment by Boxing Bob, on 12-27-2012
[QUOTE=ElBossHogg™]LOL the beating chavez gave him has Martinez shook. The rematch is getting closer, I can see Martinez taking a dive against Murray to avoid a Chavez jr showdown again.[/QUOTE] You can't be this stupid. Really dumb post, even for you

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