Marquez targets 3rd fight vs. Pacquiao after latest victory over Diaz

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  1. boxersworld

    boxersworld White Belt

    Dec 1, 2009
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    Mexican boxing superstar Juan Manuel "Dinamita" Marquez is eyeing a third fight against arch-rival Filipino boxing superstar Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao after he successfully demolished Mexican boxing star Juan "Baby Bull" Diaz in their recent fight.
    Marquez won via a unanimous decision over Diaz who fought a gallant but losing fight against the former who was able to retain his WBA and WBO lightweight titles.
    In their exciting boxing match Marquez used his vaunted punching power to frustrate and eventually beat the very determined Diaz.
    The victory is the second time for Marquez who earlier beat Diaz via a ninth-round stoppage during their first meeting in February 2009.
    With his win, Marquez was able to show the world that he still a force to reckon with in professional boxing after he was earlier knocked-out by American boxing superstar Floyd "Pretty Boy" Mayweather in their earlier boxing match-up.
    With his latest victory, Marquez (51-5-1, 37 KOs), who turns 37 next month, called on Pacquiao to step on the plate and fight him again for the third time.
    It can be recalled that the first two meetings of the two boxing superstars were a thriller for the global boxing fans.
    Marquez and Pacquiao had an exciting draw in their first meeting wherein Pacquiao knocked down the Mexican three times.
    In their second meeting Pacquiao came up victorious in split decision ruling by the boxing judges.
    If ever the third meeting of the two takes place it would be a great pleasure to all boxing fans around the world. So don
  2. ThirdPartyView

    ThirdPartyView Keeping Jack Dempsey from ducking

    Dec 5, 2003
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    JMM calls out Manny Pacquiao knowing that's his biggest money fight after it's already been announced that he's going to fight Antonio Margarito and was pretty much blowing smoke while setting up the Amir Khan fight at 140? Well, I never...
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