Manny Pacquiao vs Manuel Marquez Fight Video: Bold prediction and analysis
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Manny Pacquiao vs Manuel Marquez Fight Video: Bold prediction and analysis

Los Angeles : CA : USA | Oct 05, 2012 at 5:59 AM PDT
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Pacquiao vs Marquez Fight Video

Watching Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez fight trends over the years makes someone concludes that Marquez will win in their fourth installment. If there's anything Manny Pacquiao vs Manuel Marquez fight has taught us was it becomes less entertaining while it ended into more controversial decisions. Marquez means this time when he said, "I'm looking for the knockout." refering to knock out Manny Pacquiao on their fourth fight that will happen on December 8 in MGM Grand, Las Vegas. Both fighters has been tangled in a long storied controversial fights in the past eight years.

Pacquiao vs. Marquez I

The fight took 2004 ended in controversial draw after twelve rounds. In the first round, Márquez was knocked down three times by Pacquiao but Márquez showed great heart and bounced back to win the majority of rounds thereafter. One of the judges later admitted an error on the scorecards, having scored the first round as 10–7 instead of the standard 10–6 in favor of Pacquiao for a three-knockdown round. If the judge had scored the round 10–6 for Pacquiao same as other two judges did, the result would have been a split decision in favor of Pacquiao.

Pacquiao vs. Marquez II

The Pacquiao vs. Marquez video rematch above happened four years later in 2008 that ended to a very close battle. Both fighters slugged out with cuts as Márquez landed most accurate punches to Pacquiao, however, the decisive factor proved to be a third-round knockdown of Marquez, from straight left of Pacquiao that caught Marquez off guard. Pacquiao won via split decision that angered Mexican fans who taught Marquez won.

Pacquiao vs. Marquez II

Pacquiao and Márquez squared for the third time in November 2011, this time in welterweight which is way higher when the two last met in super featherweight division. Pacquiao won via majority decision over Marquez has encountered with boos in the arena and stirred negative reaction from the media noting that Marquez was clearly robbed over the decision.

Again Congressman Pacquiao this time failed to make a statement in settling all doubts after both fighters met for the third time. Pacquiao vs. Marquez analysis came out to be more boring and controversial. The former No. 1 pound for pound is seen winning more accolades in fights against known boxers like de la Hoya, Hatton, Cotto and Mosley, but seems lost his enthusiasm in the ring when he fougth Marquez for the third time. His fight is far from what weve known as the hungry Pacquiao we've seen when he just started in early 2000's in America.

Pacquiao was apparently slower boxer right now with no killer instinct based on what we saw in his last Marquez fight. Many people believe that if he continue what he is doing right now, Manny Pacquiao is an accident waiting to happen comes December.

Bold prediction: Marquez wins KO in six rounds, therefore scrapping the fight of the century of Manny Paquiao vs Floyd Mayweather.

But it's not too late for Pacqiao to reverse the situation, here's [FIVE things should Pacquiao do to win against Marquez.]

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