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The Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez rivalry gets renewed on Saturday night. While we've already brought you this list of the 5 best boxing quadrilogies, right here, you can check out a huge list of high profile "4 or more" boxing rivalries, ranging all the way up to the 20 fight epic between Jack Britton and Ted Kid Lewis.
Israel Vazquez-Rafael Marquez (four fights; 2007-2010);
Veeraphol Sahaprom vs Toshiaki Nishioka (4 fights);
Pongsaklek Wonjongkam-Daisuke Naito;
Azumah Nelson-James Leija (four fights: 1993-1998);
Bobby Chacon-Bazooka Limon (four fights: 1972-1985);
Henry Cooper-Joe Erskine (5 fights)
Joey Giardello-Dick Tiger (four fights: 1959-1965);
Sugar Ray Robinson-Gene Fullmer (four fights: 1957-1961);
Emile Griffith - Luis Rodriguez (four fights);
Ezzard Charles-Joey Maxim (5 fights)
Kid Gavilan vs Billy Graham (4 fights)
Stanley Ketchel-Billy Papke
Sugar Ray Robinson-Carl Bobo Olson (4 fights)
Archie Moore vs Harold Johnson (5 fights)
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Juan Manuel Marquez didn’t feel like leaving the outcome of his fourth battle with Manny Pacquiao in the hands of three judges. Instead, Marquez landed a vicious right-hand counter at the 2:59 mark of the sixth round that knocked the Pacquiao to the mat, abruptly ending what had been a thrilling match up to that point. Pacquiao seemed to gain control of the match headed into the...
The recent news that the fourth fight between Manny Pacquiao
and Juan Manuel sold-out – with a gate of $10.5 million – just helps to
prove what people should already know: Bob Arum knows what he’s doing.
Many so-called boxing fans were up in arms when they heard
that Pacquiao would be fighting Marquez again.
There were predictions from some corners that the fight...
Video: Juan Manuel Marquz's vicious strike
Mexico's Juan Manuel Marquez knocked Manny Pacquiao out cold with a vicious right hand at the end of the sixth round Saturday, putting a sudden end to the fourth fight between the two boxers.
Pacquiao had been down in the third round but knocked Marquez down in the fifth and the two were exchanging heavy blows in the sixth round before Marquez threw a right hand that flattened...
Manny Pacquiao had a surprise guest before facing off against Juan Manuel Marquez.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney visited the welterweight fighter and said to him, “Hi Manny, I Ran For President. I Lost,” according to Greg Bishop of the New York Times. Romney and his wife, Ann sat ringside for the fight, where they were guests of Nevada State Athletic Commission...
You can chalk this up as one of the things I never thought I would see. I thought it was possible that Manny Pacquiao could lose, because his last fight with Juan Manuel Marquez was close, but I never thought he would be knocked out cold.This was literally one of the most perfectly timed punches, and he hit Pacquiao in an utterly perfect spot. It was like Marquez hit the off...
Boxing’s most contentious rivalry is set to end with a knockout this Saturday night, as both Manny Pacquiao and Mexican warrior Juan Manuel Marquez insist that they will flatten the other to conclusively prove who the superior fighter is as they clash for the fourth time in Las Vegas.
The previous three fights have all gone the 12 round distance and despite a draw in their initial...
It’s finally here, the bout the whole world has been waiting for: Manny Pacquiao versus Floyd Mayweather, Jr. I Juan Manuel Marquez L (that’s 50 for you Roman numerically challenged folks out there). OK, so tonight Pacquiao and Marquez meet for the 4th time, but admitting it feels like the 50th doesn’t seem too grand an embellishment.
If you watched the build up to this...
(No, we're just talking about Manny Paquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez IV, here. P.S. The website link in the picture doesn't work, but credit due to whoever produced this.)
Don't follow boxing very often, but you want to know the gist of Saturday's mega-fight between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez? Follow boxing all the time, and want one place that rounds up...
The people have spoken and they voted unanimously for Saturday’s welterweight battle between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez -- Act Four of their exciting and fistoric rivalry. Hall of Fame promoter Bob Arum announced today that the MGM Grand Garden Arena and its 16,000-plus seats have completely sold out, producing a live gate in excess of $10.5 million.
Keep coming back here for updates after each undercard fight on Saturday's HBO pay-per-view broadcast of Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez 4. We'll begin with the off-TV portion of the show airing on TopRank.TV, highlighted by an appearance from Dodie Boy Penalosa of the Fightin' Filipino Penalosa fam. The other highlights of the broadcast undercard include the 50 Cent...
What a KO!!!! Juan Manuel Marquez laid the wood on that punch. You have to wonder if Manny Pacquiao will ever be the same.
Guess that possible fight with Floyd Mayweather lost all its luster.
Full Results from Las Vegas: Manny Pacquiao (147) vs. Juan Manuel Marquez (143) Yuriorkis Gamboa (130) vs. Michael Farenas (130) Miguel Vazquez def. Mercito Gesta via UD (117-111, 119-109, 118-110) Javier Fortuna def. Patrick Hyland via UD (118-110, 116-112, 115-113) Dodie Boy Penalosa def. Jesus Lule Raya via KO in R2 Ernie Sanchez def. Coy [...]
The fourth showdown between Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez was expected to be another great one. Marquez was looking to finally get a victory that he deserved, after being robbed out of the third fight they had.
Marquez did all he could and finally was able to beat the Pacman, throwing down a brutal knockout in the sixth round to claim a victory.
Here’s the GIF of how...