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Rafael Marquez: Nishioka Can't Handle My Power

By Miguel Rivera

The former featherweight and bantamweight world champion, Rafael Marquez, looked strong in his recent workout with trainer Daniel Zaragoza, as he prepares for his upcoming showdown with WBC super bantamweight champion Toshiaki Nishioka, which takes place on October 1 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"The title is going back to Mexico. I've seen him fight and I think that Nishioka will not be able take my punches. I'm my going keep the pressure on him as soon as the bell rings," Marquez said.

Marquez, on Monday, ran six miles in the morning and evening, had six rounds of sparring. Marquez finished up with his strength training and now he's working on speed and plans to attack with rapid combibations.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by lawtonv9 on 09-22-2011

war Rafa but i guess you can't handle Donaire's power:hitit:

Comment by » HE3R0 « on 09-21-2011

This should be good.

Comment by fceeviper on 09-21-2011

[B][COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"]WAR RAFA![/SIZE][/COLOR][/B] :boxing:

Comment by ippo on 09-21-2011

gonna say nishioka comes out on top.

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