Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez currently find themselves in a very interesting position. Both men have to fight one another because no other potential opponents make sense at this point, but admitting that indisputable fact means surrendering negotiating power.
When pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. announced he would fight twice in 2013, many people speculated on possibilities for his opponents.
They ranged from the likely—Robert Guerrero and Saul Alvarez—to the pipe dreams—Manny Pacquiao—but nobody saw this one coming.
It’s looking more likely that Manny Pacquiao’s latest rematch with Juan Manuel Márquez will take place off of United States soil.
Yahoo! Sports reported on Monday that Pacquiao prefers his next fight to take place outside of Las Vegas for …
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Every boxing columnist tries his (or her) hand at naming the top ten fights of any given year. Who am I to be any different?
What presents the biggest challenge to me isn’t choosing the fights. It’s defining exactly what …
Manny Pacquiao’s loss to Juan Manuel Marquez via a stunning knockout last Dec.8 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, has remained a hot topic among boxing experts and analysts who believed the fight was fixed and the knockout …
Juan Manuel Marquez and Manny Pacquiao were both clean on their post-fight drug tests conducted by the Nevada State Athletic Commission, which should be no surprise to anyone.
Ultimately, it also proves basically nothing, but it’s news.
Marquez (55-6-1, 40 …