The Judges have Marquez number…..Posted December 5, 2012 6:10 pm
Marquez has his number.Posted December 5, 2012 2:54 pm
If that’s the plan, we’ll probally get Pacquiao/Marquez 7 when Marquez is about 45 years old.Posted December 5, 2012 12:25 pm
Manny should give him the guerro type beat down early not allowing Marquez to counter and drain his energy from his 39 year old body and then go back to his aggressive style to finish the job. but I don’t think Manny can fight like that.Posted December 5, 2012 3:01 am
True but Diaz is not the same fighter as Manny and he has no power at all.Posted December 5, 2012 2:55 am
What will Pacman prove beating the allmost 40 year old past his prine Marquez there are 28 year old and under 35 year old top contendesr and current champions out there this will do nothing for his legacy if Mayweather had a rematch with Marquez what would be said come on Pacman your better then this get rid of Arum hes usung you.Posted December 5, 2012 1:49 am
Pacquioa has to pressure and go for the KO. There’s no way he can outbox Marquez. Marquez is far better of a boxer than PAC. PAC has to take Marquez counter punches and eat and suck it up and hoping he hurts Marquez in return. Go all in PAC just like the way you beat all the Mexican legends. Stop boxing and just go for the kill! That way Marquez will get confuse and can’t counter punch. I think Pacquioa is faster and stronger! If he do that he surely will KO Marquez.Posted December 5, 2012 1:08 am
Pac is a Bakla
No reason to watch JMM beat the bakla yet again.Posted December 4, 2012 11:47 pm
The lack of posts on this thread, speaks volumes about this fight. No one is hyped for it.Posted December 4, 2012 11:21 pm
Cotto is a whiner
JMM is fresh on PEDs, Pac’s juice is stale and his body is not responding as it used to. JMM finally wins this one.Posted December 4, 2012 9:24 pm
Diaz attempted the same strategy v. Marquez and while he experienced some initial success he was paying a severe tax for the effort. when the dust cleared, Marquez was warmed up and had Diaz locked-in for not only crunching counters but demoralizing leads that took the illusion of momentum right out of Diaz’s fists. accordingly, i HOPE that Pacquiao* does play into Marquez’s primary strength and attempts to steamroll him into submission. at which point, i anticipate that Marquez will severely tax and punish him with a complete arsenal of punches every time Pacquiao* charges into his crosshairs.Posted December 4, 2012 9:05 pm
If Pa pressure JMM if would be a big mistake. JMM does very well in throwing a 3 punch combination.Posted December 4, 2012 9:05 pm
I’m as big a Pac fan as there is but the man is no longer what he once was. Some will claim it’s time robbing him of his abilities but I don’t buy that…at least not yet. What I see is a boxer who’s spread himself to thin out of the ring. Distractions and politics have beaten Pacquaio.
I expect Marquez to win this fight on clear points decision. Manny’s era is about to come to a close. I just wish they would have made the Mayweather fight. It’s a little late now and will be way to late after this fight.Posted December 4, 2012 6:21 pm
Pacquaio would be smart to press the action all night long, and he has to stay close. JMM scores his punches while working at a safe pace, and waits to counter. He rarely throws more than 1-2 punches at a time, which is what a counter puncher does. Pacquiao is always the more active and spends too much time going in and out while JMM backs off and never engages. Manny must press the attack and fight JMM in close. JMM id 39 and won’t be able to handle a fast paced fight. The puncher in this fight has is Manny Pacquiao. JMM is the one who’s been dropped 4 times. Manny has been rocked a few times, but he’s the better puncher. JMM has never been an aggressive fighter, and since he’s put on all this bulky muscle, he’s eventually going to slow down, and Manny’s speed will catch them. Sure both will get hit, but in the end, Manny Pacquaio will stop JMM. Muscles don’t make you a better fighter ora stronger puncher, it’s all in your balance and technique.Posted December 4, 2012 6:00 pm
I just can’t see that happening. They way he only fought for 30 seconds a round against Bradley. I see him losing against MarquezPosted December 4, 2012 5:52 pm
Go right ahead and get yourself knocked out.Posted December 4, 2012 5:50 pm
The biggest issue with trying to pressure Marquez is that Pac will be counterpunched all night as Juan is one of the best counter-puncher in boxing. If Pac does decide to use that strategy, by the second round he’ll be searching for plan B.
The problem for Pac, especially for this fight, is that he doesn’t have an answer to beating Marquez. He has tried three different strategies and the results have been about the same. He won the first two encounters, IMO, due to the early knockdowns and the third one due to Marquez slowing down in the final three rounds.
I expect Marquez to concentrate his training on pure strength this time around; he’s getting older and also because he knows how that Pac is a strong fighter. However, I don’t expect the result to be any difference than on their previous three fights.
Marquez will need to fight all twelve rounds to get a victory and his trainer must stay away from being a judge…on the last fight his trainer told him he was winning the fight. Pac must be Pac and not try to do something he may not be accustomed to do; if he tries changing strategies, it may cost him the fight.Posted December 4, 2012 5:32 pm
I’ve said it before and ill say it again ill wait for the replayPosted December 4, 2012 5:11 pm