Found December 11, 2012 on The Daily Sports Herald:
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How does the Pacquiao – Marquez 4 result impact Floyd Mayweather Jr.?  Does Saturday night’s knockout mean the final end for that possible fight ever taking place? It shouldn’t. Any reasonable observer will by now acknowledge that the Pacquiao – Mayweather blockbuster fight has been rapidly decreasing in luster for the past two years.  A potential $100 million payday for both fighters failed to ever materialize.  Even before Pacquiao’s knockout loss on Saturday most everyone realized that neither fighter was as good as they were three years ago.  If the two ever fought, it would simply be another high-profile fight. But the fight should still be made, and it will still be a great event for boxing if it ever happens.  In fact, I more than ever hope it does. To this point, some Floyd Mayweather Jr. fans are suggesting that Manny Pacquiao’s sixth round knockout defeat at the hands of Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday night makes the fight utterly ...
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