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Pacquiao And Marquez Continue Rivalry
Pacquiao And Marquez Continue Rivalry

AIR DATE: December 12, 2012

The fourth meeting between welterweight fighters Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez will be more than a contest of KOs and body blows. The spotlight will also be on the judges, who have awarded two highly controversial decisions to Pacquiao in the past three meetings. How do you judge in the shadow of controversy? And how does this rivalry compare to other boxing feuds?
Chuck Giampa, retired boxing judge


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    Pacquiao is a good boxer we need more talented people like him, Marquez is just lucky he is even on the card with Pacquiao. I think it is going to end in a knockout by Pacquiao because of the storm
    JamesDec 6, 2012 15:06:01 PM
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