The ‘Filipino Flash’ Nonito Donaire Jr. is cultured to the sweet science of boxing that made him of what he is today.
There were so much speculations why Manny Pacquiao lost to Juan Manuel Marquez but one thing is certain that his brutal loss to the Mexican warrior diminishes his starpower as a fighter.
One has to give Manny Pacquiao the benefit of the doubt that he could beat Juan Manuel Marquez convincingly this time, if possible by knockout.
Top rank promoter Bob Arum recently went to the Philippines to determine together with Pacquiao whom he ever wanted to fight in November.
Manny Pacquiao’s fight against Juan Manuel Marquez last November of 2011, no one has thought the fight would last the full distance.
The dismal performance of Manny Paquiao in a trilogy with Juan Manuel Marquez might entice Floyd Mayweather Jr. to come forward and fight Pacquiao this time.
As far as ring performance is concern, Juan Manuel Marquez has not done enough to get the nod from the judges that is why he lost the trilogy to Manny Pacquiao.
Manny Pacquiao, the Filipino pound for pound king dominates Juan Manuel Marquez in their trilogy by a majority decision and retain his WBO Welterweight title.
WBO welterweight showdown in Las Vegas on November 12, between title holder Manny Pacquiao and challenger Juan Manuel Marquez is sure to be full of excitement.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. knows too much about boxing that he would not engage any fighter whom he knows surely would endanger his legacy that could hand in his first defeat.