Found December 19, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
For Manny Pacquiao, Dec. 8 was a nightmare ending to a long fairy tale. For Juan Manuel Marquez, Dec. 8 was a fairy tale ending to a long nightmare.  It was an ending written out with one tremendous right hand. Pacquiao has been boxing’s happy, innocent warrior, its smiling, bouncing ball of lightning. Marquez has been boxing’s surly brainiac, prone to whining about slights big and small. They have fought each other so well four times now because of the ways in which they are different: Pacquiao’s natural speed, power and aggression mixes well with Marquez’s calculating, clinical knack for timing and counterpunching. It’s not nearly that neat, of course, because Pacquaio has become more like Marquez in the ring over time, evolving into a smarter, more versatile fighter. Nor is he a total choir boy; his recent conversion to devout religiosity came only after some philandering, gambling and other sins. Marquez, once maligned as boring, has slowly turned into one of boxing’s most ...

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2012 Knockout of the Year

Boxing's Knockout of the Year in 2012 In a year filled with big hits and concussive kayos, sometimes you have to sit and wait all year long until the masterpiece finally arrives. Certainly, that's what happened here in 2012. Just when you thought you had a situation figured out, one punch goes ahead and changes everything. Surely, you can already know who won the 2012 Boxing...

Fight Hub TV 2012 Boxing KO of the year award

2012 went out with a bang on December 8 when Juan Manuel Marquez put a stamp on his legacy, knocking eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao out cold with a counter-right hand and delivered the KO of the year in the process. The fourth fight between Pacquiao and Marquez was set up to hopefully end any speculation [...]

Justin Bieber facing ban from Philippines for mocking Manny Pacquiao

Justin Bieber reportedly is facing a ban from the Philippines for mocking Manny Pacquiao after the fighter was knocked out by Juan Manuel Marquez in his most recent fight. True story. Word of the proposed ban emerged last week when a Philippines congressional representative first made the proposition. According to ABS-CBNnews, Rep. Carol Jane Lopez not only called for Bieber to be...

Floyd Mayweather Jr. “I wish Manny Pacquiao the best, He can bounce back”

By Mick Akers As Floyd Mayweather begins to show his face more and more to the press after being somewhat of a recluse since his release from the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas, Nev. in early August, questions surrounding Manny Pacquiao will continue to plague his interviews. The questions surrounding Pacquiao will not [...]

Bieber declared person non grata by the Philippines due to his Pacquiao Photoshops

Justin Bieber took a few shots at Manny Pacquiao by posting some pictures of his knockout loss to Juan Manuel Marquez on his Instagram account. Like Michael Jackson, above and "Dad, wake up." via... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Despite being a certified clowns pocket, Filipino congressman should leave Justin Bieber alone for mocking Manny Pacquiao

Seven lawmakers in the Philippines Congress have threatened to ban Justin Bieber from entering the sovereign state after the ****** crooner posted mocking photos on Instagram of prizefighting legend Manny Pacquiao lying unconscious on the canvas after taking a brutal … Continue reading →
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