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Marquez: Knocking Pacquiao Out is The Perfect Finale!

By Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

WBO junior welterweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez (54-6-1, 39KOs) is fully focused on knocking Manny Pacquiao (54-4-2, 38KOs) out on December 8th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. According to Marquez, who believes he was robbed in three previous meetings, he wants to end this four fight series with a classic knockout. The Mexican champion claims he is training in the gym for a knockout victory and there is no thought process on getting a decision. 

"[I'm] preparing to find a knockout. I can no longer think about getting a decision, but instead winning by knockout. I can do it, and close the series of fights with Pacquiao with a perfect finale....a series that is already a classic in boxing," Marquez said.

"In my career five times I got up from the canvas to show that I am the best. I'll look for the knockout with experience and intelligence. I think we know each other so well that both of us are going to want to do different things."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by enrico88 on 09-29-2012

36 rounds had passed, threw everything he had and he could not even kd manny, now hes talking of knocking manny out????

Comment by neoz on 09-28-2012

fuq off Marquez you p*ss drinker. Last time you said you going to stand your ground and go to war with Pacman. WTF did you do? Backtrack the whole farking fight and just waited waited.

Comment by 4Corners on 09-28-2012

There is no way possible that Marquez stops Manny.

Comment by Emon723 on 09-28-2012

Marquez can win by decision but not by KO, and he'd retire after because there's no motivation for him to fight someone else after this, seems like JMM is putting it all on the line. What's in store for Pac…

Comment by Phantomas on 09-27-2012

He can do it, last time with Jmm Pac´s eyes were rolling every time he was getting caught in the chin.

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