Monday, October 1, 2012

Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez IV

Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez will be battling for much more than just take great pride in this December. Both fighters keep that they are performing this to cement once and for all who the far better boxer is, but that is a comparatively small issue provided what is really on the line. No matter if these guys recognize it or not, no matter if it gets pointed out at some point or continues to be unmentioned of, Pacquiao and Marquez will be battling for something much more substantial than one further victory in the wins column on their next go-round.

They are proceeding to be fighting to maintain their careers in existence.
Marquez is 39 years old. His perform, specifically through the past few years when everybody believed he was cleaned up, has been exceptional. His boxing style gives itself flawlessly to an pointed career due to the fact it does not rely too intensely on quickness and athleticism, and in a bunch of methods it is the ideal antithesis to the way Pacquiao loves to fight his matches.
And still, regardless of the fact that he could most likely stay in boxing and fight scrubs for somewhat attractive paydays through the next few years no matter of how this battle ends, it is difficult to think about him doing so. He sights this 4th and final fight against his arch opponent, the guy he can feel as though he must have beaten at least once by now, as his last shot at redemption. If he does not take that redemption, it is tricky to imagine him returning back for a lot more.