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Roach Prefers Lamont Peterson For Pacquiao's Next Bout

By Miguel Rivera

Trainer Freddie Roach is possibly looking for a taste of revenge. The hall of fame coach would like to see WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao (54-3-2, 38KOs) defend his title against IBF/WBA 140-pound king Lamont Peterson (30-1, 15KOs). Pacquiao is going to return in May or June of 2012. With Floyd Mayweather Jr. recently getting hit with a 90-day prison sentence for a domestic abuse charge, a number of boxers have been named as possible opponents for Pacquiao's first fight of the new year.

When Sal Rodriguez asked Roach for his preference among the three likely candidates - Tim Bradley, Miguel Cotto and Juan Manuel Marqiez - Roach replied with the name of "Lamont Peterson." In response to his desire for Peterson, Roach was asked "why" and the trainer replied "why not?" On December 10th, Peterson upset Amir Khan, another fighter trainer by Roach, with a twelve round split decision to capture the WBA and IBF titles.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LeadUppercut on 12-29-2011

[QUOTE=big paulie;11612705]Pac isnt scared of Mayweather or vice versa, at this level fear doesnt really exsist, these guys have been doing this their whole lives and have faced the best of the best, theres a whole team that sits down…

Comment by LeadUppercut on 12-29-2011

[QUOTE=PennyAnd1;11611844]in your dreams,:bottle:[/QUOTE] Again, for the third time..... How is Peterson "[I] worthy [/I]", when at 147, Ortiz was "[I] unworthy [/I]" ?

Comment by big paulie on 12-29-2011

[QUOTE=LeadUppercut;11610522]Pacquiao is nothing but a pu55y, and his fake fans are just idiot kids. How the fuk is Peterson "[I]worthy[/I]", and yet Ortiz was "[I]unworthy[/I]" ? Pac is nothing but a cherry-picking pu55y who is sh1t scared of Mayweather.[/QUOTE] Pac…

Comment by GRUSTLER on 12-29-2011

[quote=pennyand1;11611242][b]i'm not the one b!tching, b!tch[/b][/quote] [b][size="7"][font="impact"]denial!!!!!!!!!!![/font][/size][/b]

Comment by PennyAnd1 on 12-29-2011

[QUOTE=LeadUppercut;11611547]Ummm..... yes you are :cool2: Explain something for me..... How is Peterson "[I] worthy [/I]", when at 147, Ortiz was "[I] unworthy [/I]" ? Take all the time you need.[/QUOTE] in your dreams,:bottle:

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