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Photos: Fedchenko Training, Plans For War With Marquez

By Salvador Rodriguez, photos by Rafael Soto

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO. - Sergey Fedchenko wasted no time. He barely set foot on Mexican soil, and the Ukrainian - 30-years-old - began training for his April 14th battle against the legendary Juan Manuel Marquez. The fight takes place at the new Arena Mexico in Mexico City. Accompanied by his coach Victor Demchenko and sparring partner Arten Ayvazidi, the boxer vowed to win.

"It was always my dream to fight for a world title," said Fedchenko. "When I was told about the possibility of coming to fight with Juan Manuel I did not hesitate for a minute. It is an honor to fight with a Mexican fighter like him. I know that in Mexico there are many who consider me to be the next victim of Juan Manuel, and even in my country some people do not have faith in me."

"I don't like to talk too much, but when I step into the ring and do my work - then we'll talk. I came to win. I have respect for Juan Manuel because he faced Manny Pacquiao three times and beat him three times, but that does not mean the same thing will happen here. I'm a different fighter, so let's see who comes out victorious."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lillu89 on 04-03-2012

watch the ******* nation attack fedchenko for saying jmm beat pacquiao 3 times lmaoooo. Have more respect for a legend like jmm who beat ur god 3 times. Robberies happen in boxing all the time. And just because judges handed…

Comment by Mikhnienko on 04-03-2012

Fedchenko KO 1 without a doubt. Mexico shall weep.

Comment by UmissUpay on 04-03-2012

[IMG]http://www.boxingscene.com/uploads/51347/_MGL1173.jpg[/IMG] WTF MAN, LOOK AT THAT DUDE MARQUEZ! NOT GONNA FEEL PITY ON THAT DUDE YOUR PICKING? your fans should be ashamed of you dawg top 3 p4p fighting bums :nonono:

Comment by UmissUpay on 04-03-2012

[IMG]http://www.boxingscene.com/uploads/51347/_MGL1305.jpg[/IMG] throw some food to the dude dawgs he looks like havent eaten for a month come on now marquez they have placed u on top 3 p4p doesnt mean ur excused to fight taxi cab drivers we expect better…

Comment by larryxxx.. on 04-03-2012

THIS IS THE LOOK OF A BEAST [IMG]http://www.boxingscene.com/uploads/51347/_MGL1305.jpg[/IMG]

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