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Marquez: If No Pacquiao Trilogy, Then Maybe Zab Judah

By Jhonny Gonzalez and Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

WBA/WBO lightweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez just finished up a workout at the Romanza Gym in Mexico and discussed his future plans. Marquez has a sole goal in mind - a trilogy fight with Manny Pacquiao. If Marquez is unable to land Pacquiao, then he wants to chase the dream of winning a fourth world title in his fourth weight division.

"If Manny Pacquiao decides not to fight me, I have other goals in boxing. The main one is to get my fourth world title in a fourth division. Several of us [from Mexico] have won three titles in three different divisions, but winning that fourth title is not easy and many have failed with that attempt. But, I hope to have another fight with Pacquiao, and make history in boxing with a fourth crown at super lightweight," Marquez said.

If a Pacquiao fight comes together, Marquez would love a catch-weight of 143-pounds. He says 143 is a perfect weight, but in 2009 he weighed 142 for a fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. and said the weight "was too much." If he can't reach a deal with Pacquiao, he might target a summer return against IBF junior welterweight champion Zab Judah.

"If I get another fight with Pacquiao, I would like an agreed upon weight of 143-pounds. At this weight I feel great. Now, if there is going to be a junior welterweight championship fight, then I would like for it to be against Zab Judah," Marquez said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mikemurni on 04-28-2011

[QUOTE=LeadUppercut;10434838]Wake up noddy, I am well aware that Marquez was promoted by Top Prank. [B]TIP:[/B] Pacquiao/Marquez fought in 2008, the rematch should have taken place that same year. What are you saying genius, that Arum was too busy promoting The…

Comment by bose on 04-25-2011

He needs to fight Morales. It is clear that Morles earned his shot at Marquez, i think Marquez might be scared of morales.

Comment by LeadUppercut on 04-25-2011

[QUOTE=Boxing Scene;10435243]True my friend. We have to start somewhere.[/QUOTE] No disrespect intended, it's good to see there are some standards here...... But what about the racism ? Personally, I couldn't care less about a couple of posters getting into it…

Comment by Boxing Scene on 04-25-2011

[QUOTE=LeadUppercut;10435213]There is " [I]fighting[/I] " and " [I]name-calling[/I] " on [B]THIS[/B] thread ? :D Far out, this is a girl's camp, some thread's are like a war zone :lol1:[/QUOTE] True my friend. We have to start somewhere.

Comment by LeadUppercut on 04-25-2011

[QUOTE=Boxing Scene;10435142]Anymore fighting and namecalling whatsoever and the thread is closed.[/QUOTE] There is " [I]fighting[/I] " and " [I]name-calling[/I] " on [B]THIS[/B] thread ? :D Far out, this is a girl's camp, some thread's are like a war zone :lol1:

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