Found December 30, 2012 on
Pro Boxing Fans:
Boxing is about big fights, and while the biggest fight of them all seems to have been officially crushed when Manny Pacquiao was leveled by one vicious, pinpoint punch from Juan Manuel Marquez in their fourth fight, we have some news on other big fights and boxing rumors potentially coming our way in 2013. Neither one is exactly a shock, but both seem to be on the forefront right now.
So while some sports fans may be focused on how to bet on the Super Bowl, and boxing may never see its own "Super Bowl", we'll have to settle for the timebeing for these intriguing fights from the two biggest stars in the game.
Credit: Chris Farina - Top Rank
First, it looks like Pacquiao and Marquez could be fighting for a fifth time. Promoter Bob Arum has stated his inclinations at making this fight already, and he's said that it could be what's next for both men. It's not a surprising move, and surely Pacquiao wants to get back in there with his rival.
However, after tha...
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