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Marquez's Trainer: In 52 Years, The Worst Robbery Ever

By Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

Nacho Beristain, trainer of Juan Manuel Marquez (53-6-1, 39KOs), is still shocked with last Saturday's twelve round majority decision loss to Manny Pacquiao (53-3-2, 38KOs) at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The scores were 114-114, 115-113 and 116-112, but many ringside observers felt Marquez did enough to win. Nacho has already spoken to his lawyers and there may be legal action against the three judges.

"In the 52 years that I've been in boxing, I've never seen a robbery like this. The three judges who issued the results are unworthy of being in this sport. We are studying the possibility that through our lawyers we are going to file a complaint with the court against the three judges, with the intention that they be separated from boxing for life. And also  to explore the possibility that the same court could overturn the result. I think there is enough evidence to win the case."

Nacho reflected: "We thought about things, and Pacquiao is the man who attracts millions of dollars. This is why he can not lose. When Juan and Pacquiao climbed into the ring and the bets were 12-1 in favor Pacquiao - if Marquez was given the fight - the losses would have been huge for the casino. There was no justice."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LeadUppercut on 11-17-2011

More pactards, and ignorants, messing up the place :nonono: [B]FACT:[/B] [B]EVERY SINGLE PROFESSIONAL FIGHTER[/B], with [B]NO EXCEPTION[/B], stated that Marquez won the fight..... including Manny's stablemates Khan and Chavez [B]FACT:[/B] Pac could not even beat a 38yo midget who was…

Comment by FloydPacquiaoJr on 11-17-2011

theyre just building up the drama for the 4th fight

Comment by Shaun Oliver on 11-16-2011

[QUOTE=Da Hammer;11435954]I hardly see it as a robbery as I had Pac winning the last 2 rounds to win the fight. In a fight that you could have Pac winning by up to 2 rounds or Marquez winning by up…

Comment by Da Hammer on 11-16-2011

I hardly see it as a robbery as I had Pac winning the last 2 rounds to win the fight. In a fight that you could have Pac winning by up to 2 rounds or Marquez winning by up to…

Comment by RuMbLe on 11-16-2011

LOL, talk about overracting and exaggerating things. Worst robbery in 52 years, LMFAO. Dude is just trying to cover his ass for telling Marquez he had it in the bag in the mid-late rounds. Pacquiao outfought Marquez in the championship…

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