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Old 09-19-2012, 02:24 PM #15
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Only Martinez can answer that question because only he knows how he feels at at different weights. I would just be guessing. He and his trainer have been inconsistent about what weight he can go down to. One day he willing to go to 150 for Pacquiao or Mayweather then later he wants to fight Cotto at some weight between 154 and 160. His trainer has said before that he is really a welterweight and way to small for Ward. He looks lean for his middleweight fights and his welterweight days are long gone. If he can't get to 154 and stay strong to fight these smaller men then he should just stay at middleweight and fight Pirog, or Golovkin or Geale.
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