Eight-time world champion Manny Pacquiao will face Juan Manuel Marquez for the fourth time December 8th, 2012.
With the controversial Pacquiao/Marquez III verdict still etched into our memory, world renowned trainer Freddie Roach offers his opinion on whether or not the "Foot Stomping" issue was a detriment to his fighter's performance; which took place in Las Vegas, NV, on November 12th.
Well-respected, retired judge Chuck Giampa paid a visit to Zute's Boxing Talk last week to give his opinion of the scoring controversy in the aftermath of Pacquiao vs Marquez III.
Last Saturday night after the conclusion of Pacquiao vs Marquez III, official fight statistics from CompuBox, a program that counts and categorizes punches in boxing matches, showed the more aggressive Manny Pacquiao threw and landed more punches than Marquez and even connected on more power-shots.
The past 72 hours have been great for boxing. Some have said that one fighter won a popularity contest, another won the actual fight but as a whole, the sport took one to the liver.
This is a special time for fight fans. Over the course of 7 years and 36 breathtaking rounds, Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez have given the boxing universe an all-time great trilogy, ranking among the very best throughout the history of the sport.
WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao (54-3-2, 38 KOs) won a narrow, unpopular majority decision over lightweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez (53-6-1, 39 KOs) last night in Las Vegas.
FightSaga gets the 'inside' with trainer Wilson "Honey Boy" Smith. Training alongside icon Floyd Mayweather, Sr. Smith has seen it all and gives his take on Pacquiao vs Marquez III. No filters. No BS. Just the facts!