Leonard Ellerbe, adviser to WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather Jr., doesn't see a reason for Manny Pacquiao to stage an immediate fourth fight with Juan Manuel Marquez. Last Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Pacquaio won a controversial twelve round majority…Continue
Amir Khan has suggested that his stablemate Manny Pacquiao consider retirement after his controversial win over Juan Manuel Marquez on the weekend, claiming the Filipino would not beat Floyd Mayweather.
Khan who was commentating on the fight for Primetime, had Marquez down as the winner by ‘one…
MANILA, Philippines - Undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. says he will be an even bigger challenge for Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao, especially after Pacquiao struggled against Juan Manuel Marquez last Saturday in Las Vegas.
Pacquiao was frustrated by Marquez's pinpoint…
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November 15, 2011
"If he's having a problem with Marquez, I mean, Marquez is a good counterpuncher, but I'm the best to ever do it. We knew where Marquez was at. When Mayweather was dominating the sport, Marquez was also dominating way back when. Marquez didn't just pop up…
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If you suggest that a man was on something just because he beats cotto, margarito,hatton etc then you're wrong! It's their styles that plays big role to fight not…Continue
The latest round of negotiations for the potential megafight between welterweight champions Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. are over before they have even begun.
Leonard Ellerbe, one of Mayweather's advisors, and Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer both told ESPN.com Monday that they were notified that Pacquiao promoter Bob…Continue
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Joe Frazier was remembered as a great heavyweight champion and a city icon at a funeral attended my…Continue
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In Roger Mayweather's reign he was known as the Mexican Assassin, because of the way he would go into hostile territory and come out successful. It was a great ploy to anger the Mexican fans, to support any Mexican fighter fighting Mayweather no matter their skill level or…Continue
World Boxing Council president Don Jose Sulaiman, one of the foremost admirers of pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao says he was “very disappointed” with Pacquiao’s performance and that Marquez “didn’t lose the fight.”
Sulaiman’s comments were made in an overseas telephone conversation with the…Continue
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By Earney White
For Juan Manuel Marquez, the only way he could possibly win against Manny Pacquiao was by knocking him out.
Unfortunately that didn’t…Continue
LAS VEGAS -- Top Rank's plan after signing junior welterweight titlist Timothy Bradley Jr. in October was to showcase him on Manny Pacquiao's undercard with the idea of eventually matching them, perhaps as soon as next spring if a fight between Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. is not made.
The problem was that Bradley was matched with long-faded 40-year-old Joel Casamayor,…Continue
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Since when do winners call for a rematch? Usually the loser is the one calling for a rematch right? Well this was the case last night after Juan Manuel Marquez was robbed live on PPV in front of the world to see.
We all saw the fight, I don't know what fight the judges were watching, because this was not a close fight at all. Marquez out-boxed and outclassed Manny Pacquiao for 12 rounds. Marquez dictated the pace of the fight and neutralized all of Pacquiao's strengths.…Continue
Golden Boy Promotions president and former junior-middleweight world champion,Oscar DeLaHoya,praises pound4pound Kingpin,undefeated WBC,147lb.welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather,applauds fellow Mexican great,three-division world champion,ring-legionnaire,Juan Manuel Marquez,and critiques manny pacquiao,in his assessment of last nights main event. …Continue
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Manny Pacquiao was taken to the limit Saturday night before escaping with a majority…Continue
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