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Manny Pacquiao’s adviser and assistant trainer goes after a Getty Images photographer. Apparently, the two did not want the photographer snapping up photos of the boxer as he laid face-first on the canvas after being knocked out. The photographer just wants an apology.
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A Getty photographer claims that members of Manny Pacquaio's entourage attacked him as he tried to take photos of the boxer as he lay unconscious after being knocked cold by Juan Manuel Marquez.
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Having been knocked out by Manny Pacquiao, Ricky Hatton knows what it's like to be laid out, so he's trying to give Pac-Man advice.
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The knockout heard around the country, in their fourth fight Juan Manuel Marquez finally defeated Manny Pacquiao by knockout in the 6th round. I must say while it was a great punch by Marquez, Manny got caught trying to end the fight early and get out of dodge, and when [...]
Not an over the top shot to the jaw.
As the diminutive idol plummets face first into the mat, a country of 95,000,000 people watch in stunned silence… their breath stolen away by a Mexican fighting god.
Manny Pacquiao lay motionless, unconscious, for almost exactly a minute. In that blackness he is oblivious to hundreds of millions of eyes on him. Ten seconds vanish in a blink as everyone stands...
Ever since Juan Manuel Marquez rendered Manny Pacquiao unconscious with a spectacular overhand right at 2:59 of the sixth round to capture the fictional WBO “Champion of the Decade” belt on Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, … Continue reading →
Following Juan Manuel Marquez’s shocking KO of Manny Pacquiao Saturday, the boxing world has tried to figure out how the 39 year old Marquez suddenly found more punching power than he had in his first three encounters with Pacquiao. The conventional wisdom/conspiracy theory of choice has been that Marquez is doping.
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Juan Miguel Marquez may have gotten the better of Manny Pacquiao Saturday, but apparently that wasn’t the only punching going on in the ring.
As we all know by now, Marquez knocked out Pacquiao cold at the MGM Grand, taking out the Filipino with a mean right hook that had him dazed and on the ground for well over a minute. Unsurprisingly, as Pacquiao fell and as he lay motionless...
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