Found December 21, 2011 on North Texas Fisticuffs:
Roberto Marroquin had a huge contingent of fans on his side at the Winstar Casino in Oklahoma on Saturday night.  He came into this fight on his way to another winning streak, after suffering his only loss of his career about 5 months ago.  His young professional record has him with an impressive twenty one wins and fourteen by KO with Top Rank and Bob Arum.  Despite that only loss, he is determined to get back to what he expects from himself, and that is to win.   He has gone back to the basics, under his new trainer Paul Reyes, the former trainer of world champions Donald Curry and Paulie Ayala.  Marroquin followed his script, exactly the way he told it to northtexasfisticuffs several weeks ago.  He went back to using his jab, his speed, his height against shorter opponents, and more of the  unpredictable left hook.  He also said he would be using the uppercut and that is what he used repeatedly against his opponent, Carlos Valcarcel (12-3-4).  In addition to that, he also mention...
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