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Juan Manuel Marquez all but put to rest any hope of a fifth Marquez-Manny Pacquiao bout saying he will never give Pac-man another shot according to Bad Left Hook.
Obviously not sitting well with Pacquiao calling the knockout shot that Marquez landed on him a “lucky punch,” he sounded off on why he has no interest in adding another chapter to the Marquez-Pacquiao saga at this time.
“I’d rather stay with the memory of that ‘lucky punch’ that I connected on Pacquiao. It’s about pride and honor, not money. That’s why in that contest there was no championship at stake, only the WBO’s Champion of The Decade belt. There are no plans [to fight after Bradley]. We’ll leave this commitment first, and then see. First I want to see how I feel and if I plan continue with my career.”
Some may say that Marquez owes Pacquiao another shot for all the rematches he agreed to with Marquez, but those were made because each decision could have gone either way and in some cases probably should have gone M...
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Future boxing Hall of Famer and Mexican icon Juan Manuel Marquez turned 40 on Friday. Marquez (55-6-1, 40 KOs) is slated to meet WBO welterweight titleholder Timothy Bradley on October 12 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. A four-division champion, Marquez last exited the squared circle in December after brutally knocking Manny Pacquiao onto Queer Street at 2:59 of the...
Manny Pacquiao has made quite the pretty penny throughout his boxing career, and it looks like he is set to make another $630,000 or so if he is able to unload the below mansion for the asking price of $2.7 million. The pool of course has a waterfall feature…
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As debates continue about Manny Pacquiao’s recent decision to take his talents to Asia, the boxing champion is hitting up a new arena: real estate.
Pacquiao is looking to sell his Los Angeles mansion for $2.7 million. When he bought it, in early 2009, it was the perfect reward for knocking out Ricky Hatton to defend his light welterweight championship.
The Mediterranean-style home...
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