Posted December 7, 2012 by tipsterAdmin in Sport News

Pacquiao vs Marquez Fight: The Awaited Fourth Battle

Pacquiao vs. Marquez 4

 Pacquiao vs. Marquez 4

American trainer Freddie Roach insists that his famous ward, eight-division world champions Manny Pacquiao is still in top shape. He stated that people have yet to see the best from the boxer in time for the fourth Pacman vs Marquez fight, at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.

Roach noted that Pacquiao, dubbed as “the Pacman”, could deliver performances that could be much better than his previous fights. He addressed critics of the boxer and said that they “haven’t seen the best of Manny Pacquiao yet…they’re going to see the best of Manny”.

Confident that Pacquiao will perform better than Marquez on Saturday night (Sunday morning in Southeast Asia), Roach cited the boxer’s sparring performances as proof for his claims. The southpaw knocked down three of his four sparring mates at the Wild Card Gym in seven weeks.

Admitting that he wants Pacquiao to knock down his three-time Mexican opponent Juan Manuel Marquez, Roach warned detractors that they are “hungrier this time” and “ready to go”. He made clear that the boxer is “100 per cent focused” to knock the mighty Mexican out.

For Marquez’ side, Mexican trainer Ignacio Beristain remains positive that his four-division world division ward is the better man over Pacquiao. The boxer is committed to show that he is, indeed, the stronger contender in the three previous fights he lost to the Filipino.

Beristain, for his part, cautioned Marquez not to take the fight too easily, as he regards Pacquiao as a “very strong, explosive [and] very unpredictable” boxer. He added that his ward’s 36 rounds against Pacman have enabled him to know his opponent well enough to beat him finally.

Pacquiao said that he would not back down to any challenge he might encounter in his fourth fight against Marquez, saying that he is “prepared to do battle” with him.
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Photo credits:
Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez [Photograph]. (2012).
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