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As Manny Pacquiaowas transported to a hospital and Juan Manuel Marquez’s nose was swollen to the size of half a cantaloupe, boxing’s power players projected a fifth meeting between the pair during the post-fight news conference late Saturday. Marquez rallied from a fifth-round knockdown and an extended pounding afterward that left him again trailing on all three scorecards to produce a devastating knockout of Pacquiao in the final second of the sixth round on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
I thought this was the fight that was billed to end it all?! The knockout was pretty vicious though (included in the Highlight Reel). Despite no college football, we still had the NFL, some futbol, and a major award.
Hit the jump to see the major highlights…
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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 knockout heard around the country, in their fourth fight Juan Manuel Marquez finally defeated Manny Pacquiao by knockout in the 6th round. I must say while it was a great punch by Marquez, Manny got caught trying to end the fight early and get out of dodge, and when [...]
After a draw, and two straight controversial decisions being awarded to Pacquiao, it was time for a 4th match between the Filipino and Mexican future Hall of Famers. It was clear that last night Marquez was not in the mood to let the decide this one. We have video proof below - Pac-Man's highlight reel may contain plenty of exciting moments, but this KO via the lethal right...
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...
Ever since Juan Manuel Marquez rendered Manny Pacquiao unconscious with a spectacular overhand right at 2:59 of the sixth round to capture the fictional WBO “Champion of the Decade” belt on Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, … Continue reading →
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...
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Jim Lampley has issued an apology for saying "The tsunami that hit the Philippines was just replicated by Marquez" when discussing Marquez's knockout of Pacquaio.
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...
As the diminutive idol plummets face first into the mat, a country of 95,000,000 people watch in stunned silence… their breath stolen away by a Mexican fighting god.
Manny Pacquiao lay motionless, unconscious, for almost exactly a minute. In that blackness he is oblivious to hundreds of millions of eyes on him. Ten seconds vanish in a blink as everyone stands...
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.
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...
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 [...]
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...