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Old 12-12-2012, 02:53 AM   #31
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:54 AM   #32
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Preparation meets opportunity, and Manny gave him the opportunity in form of jumping in with a double jab feint, chin in the air and all.
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:55 AM   #33
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It was so lucky that Juanma was looking to exploit that exact opportunity the entire fight.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:00 AM   #34
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In a way it was. He fell into it. No excuse but it is what it is.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:08 AM   #35
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That punch is as lucky as the ko manny had on hatton.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:14 AM   #36
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Pac will comeback and beat JMM in a 5th match... That's what champions do!
Pacquiao has never beaten Marquez clearly,on the other hand Marquez has beaten Pacquiao more clearly every time they meet. So shut your wannabe pactard ass up cause that won't happen.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:17 AM   #37
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Slugger has been predicting Pac by KO since the second fight
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:21 AM   #38
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Pac took a dive:

The third round knockdown was after Marquez landed a reaching over hand upward punch from his typical wide stance. No power there. Plus Pac was fainting backwards away from the punch when it hit him. Yet Pac takes a dramatic backwards butt dive to the convince. Very suspicious.

The sixth round KO was preceded with PAC standing head high with both guards down. PAC hops towards Marquez with a soft slap jab to the body barely touching Marquez chest. Notice both his guards are still down and still standing head high and exposed as he gets closer to Marquez right shoulder. Marquez launches a typical counter right from a wide stance. Pac head is up high and fully exposed and sees it coming. Pac never lifted his left previously to block or counter with a straight. Again, his previous front jab was never stiff coming in. It was just a slap. Marquez KO punch landed from this wide stance and shoulders halfway rotated and never extended forward. It only lands and never goes through Pac. Even in real time at a side angle do you not see Marquez right glove move beyond his right shoulder when contact is made. Then Pac dramatically dives forward.

Remember also days before, Pac brags to the media he will be the Pac of old, taking chances, reckless. Why would he say that? Freddie Roach never would tell him to fight that way. That advice came from Bob Arum. His words and demeanor in prior days hinted of a planned dive. As a result, a 5th and 6th fight is now being bragged by Bob Arum.

Why not make the angry Mexican fans who make the majority of boxing fans now happy as compared in previous bouts? You don't want to piss off your main customers. A Marquez loss this time was bad for business. Keep the saga going.

Plus Pac CAT scans came out negative with nothing broken. Marquez got a broken nose and concussion. I read even that PAC led on all rounds.

It's all a SCAM.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:22 AM   #39
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He tripped an was off balance falling into the punch. was it an accident no it was a good counter. It was damn sure luck though. Juan was getting his shit knocked in before the ko. Win is a win
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:27 AM   #40
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He tripped an was off balance falling into the punch. was it an accident no it was a good counter. It was damn sure luck though. Juan was getting his shit knocked in before the ko. Win is a win
HOw in the hell is it luck when he was hitting Pac with the same punch throughout the fight you dunce
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Slugger has been predicting Pac by KO since the second fight
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:32 AM   #42
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lucky punch in the sense that there is only 1 sec. remaining till the end of the round when it landed.

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Old 12-12-2012, 03:34 AM   #43
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I am watching a live interview now and the question was asked: "Do lucky punches exist in boxing?"

This was MP's response:
It really happens in boxing, in this case, I LOST MY BALANCE WHEN THE PUNCH HIT ME AND I WASN'T EXPECTING IT.
It's synonymous to hitting a bull's eye in darts: it's the perfect punch.

The hosts were baiting Manny to give out excuses (like the "lucky punch" question) to which he responds to with:
"Wala talaga, talo talaga. Tulog talaga. Siya talaga panalo." *laughs*

Translated:
"I lost. No excuses. I really got knocked out cold. He (JMM) really is the winner". *laughs*

And just like that the hosts ran out of bait questions, put down their question cards and then appreciated Pac and saying "there's nothing not to like about Pac (insinuating they knew they were baiting him). Only a true champion can admit to something like this cleanly and not give any excuses".

I have no idea why you're hating on the guy and making up all these. He's pure class.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:35 AM   #44
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Pac took a dive:

The third round knockdown was after Marquez landed a reaching over hand upward punch from his typical wide stance. No power there. Plus Pac was fainting backwards away from the punch when it hit him. Yet Pac takes a dramatic backwards butt dive to the convince. Very suspicious.

The sixth round KO was preceded with PAC standing head high with both guards down. PAC hops towards Marquez with a soft slap jab to the body barely touching Marquez chest. Notice both his guards are still down and still standing head high and exposed as he gets closer to Marquez right shoulder. Marquez launches a typical counter right from a wide stance. Pac head is up high and fully exposed and sees it coming. Pac never lifted his left previously to block or counter with a straight. Again, his previous front jab was never stiff coming in. It was just a slap. Marquez KO punch landed from this wide stance and shoulders halfway rotated and never extended forward. It only lands and never goes through Pac. Even in real time at a side angle do you not see Marquez right glove move beyond his right shoulder when contact is made. Then Pac dramatically dives forward.

Remember also days before, Pac brags to the media he will be the Pac of old, taking chances, reckless. Why would he say that? Freddie Roach never would tell him to fight that way. That advice came from Bob Arum. His words and demeanor in prior days hinted of a planned dive. As a result, a 5th and 6th fight is now being bragged by Bob Arum.

Why not make the angry Mexican fans who make the majority of boxing fans now happy as compared in previous bouts? You don't want to piss off your main customers. A Marquez loss this time was bad for business. Keep the saga going.

Plus Pac CAT scans came out negative with nothing broken. Marquez got a broken nose and concussion. I read even that PAC led on all rounds.

It's all a SCAM.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:41 AM   #45
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damn he was winning grace for accepting defeat like a gentleman then he has to come out with some poor sport denial shit like this..... weak

edit: he took his loss like a man after all, this was just bad translation, he didn't actually call it lucky himself.

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