Sunday, November 13, 2011

Pacquiao vs Marquez Replay

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PART 4

Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 Video Replay Download Hits Torrent Sites

The WBO Welterweight title fight between reining champion Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez has already ended.

The entire video is now available for download via Torrent. Titled Pacquiao vs Marquez LIVE[HDTV].XviD-KYR, the file size of the video is around 406.86 MiB.

It was first spotted in Piratebay and other torrent sites.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Pacquiao Wins

Pacquiao wins with majority decision (114-114, 116-112, 115-113).

Here's a round-by-round recap (scoring is unofficial):

Round 1: Pacquiao jabs. Marquez swings a left. Pacquiao double-jabs. Marquez misses a left counter. Pacquiao lands one. Marquez pounds the body. Pacquiao with a left counter. Pacquiao throws a right-left combination. Marquez goes to body. Another classic close round between two. Pacquiao wins round, 10-9.

Round 2: A lot of jostling early here. Both boxers are looking for openings. Marquez misses with a right. Nice counter by Marquez. Jab by Pacquiao. Marquez right to body and blocked uppercut. Pacquiao surging with lefts. Marquez backs wisely. Marquez right. Marquez wins round, 10-9. Fight is even, 19-19.

Round 3: Pacquiao working jab. Marquez gets in a good right. Marquez jabs to the body. Nice lefts by Marquez, and an uppercut to the chin. Pacquiao jabs. Marquez gets in a right. Pacquiao lands a stronger right. He lands an extra shot, but just after bell. Marquez wins round, 10-9. Marquez leads, 29-28.

Round 4: Nice hard left by Pacquiao. Marquez doesn’t land all of his left shot. Marquez with a jab. Nice left by Pacquiao. Heads collide softly. Good left by Pacquiao. They tie up. Pacquiao lands a flush left. Marquez answers to the body. Nice counter right by Pacquiao, but Marquez answers with two sharp rights, and pulls away impressed at bell. Pacquiao wins round, 10-9. Fight even, 38-38.

Round 5: Hard left uppercut by Marquez to the face of Pacquiao, who is swinging with ferocity. Chants of “Marquez!” in the arena. Marquez lands a jab. Pacquiao jabs back. Nice right by Marquez backs up Pacquiao. Now a hard left by Marquez. Great right by Marquez. Pacquiao flustered. He’s backing away. Marquez wins round, 10-9. Marquez leads, 48-47.

Round 6: Both boxers jab. Pacquiao gets in a left. Marquez lands a left-right combination to the body. Hard right by Pacquiao. Now a good left by Pacquiao. Marquez tries to answer with a stiff right, and then a left to the head. Pacquiao lands a left to the body. Marquez gets in a combination to the body. Pacquiao wins round, 10-9. Fight even, 57-57.

Round 7: Marquez to the stomach. Pacquiao tries to jab. Nice shots by Marquez. Pacquiao charging, like he wants to go for the kill. Marquez lands a good right, though. Marquez then gets the best of an inside exchange. Pacquiao lands a left to the face. Marquez nails a sharp left to the body and right to the face. Marquez gets in a strong uppercut at bell. He’s here to win. Marquez wins round, 10-9. Marquez leads, 67-66.

Round 8: Marquez landing jabs. Some at ringside have him up five rounds to two. Pacquiao to the body. Marquez pounds Pacquiao with a right as Pacquiao darts in. Marquez lands a left. Pacquiao answers with a combination. Pacquiao with a late combo to the face. Marquez wins round, 10-9. Marquez leads, 77-75.

Round 9: Marquez strikes with a left and right. He sends Pacquiao to the ropes with a hard left. Wicked combination to Pacquiao's body and face by Marquez. Marquez works the jab. He keeps his right up to protect his head while beating Pacquiao in exchanges. It’s been an impressive effort by 38-year-old. Nice combo by Pacquiao, but Marquez whacks him with a right. Wow! Great combos by Pacquiao. Marquez backing up. Crowd is exploding. It's crazy in here. Pacquiao wins round, 10-9. Marquez leads, 86-85.

Round 10: Marquez lands a right. Pacquiao answers with a combination. Hard right flush to the face by Marquez. Marquez slips, but he recovers and belts Pacquiao with rights as he works inside. Pacquiao looks cut on the right side of his head. Marquez's right eye is swelling. Marquez lands a right. Pacquiao connects with a left on a charge. Marquez wins round, 10-9. Marquez leads, 96-94.

Round 11: Pacquiao’s cut looks like it came from an accidental butt in the 10th round. It’s not bad. Marquez works to the body. Pacquiao lands a combination. Marquez answers. Pacquiao is thinking now before charging forward. Marquez lands a clean right as he becomes the aggressor. Pacquiao lands a right. Pacquiao then strikes with a left. Marquez finishes with a right. Pacquiao wins round, 10-9. Marquez leads, 105-104.

Round 12: Pacquiao has salve over the cut on top of his right eye. He starts slow, can't find an opening. Marquez counters. Pacquiao throws a barrage of punches. Pacquiao jabs. No openings for Pacquiao, though. He's waiting, looking. Pacquiao jabs, Marquez answers stronger -– the story of the fight. Pacquiao loses mouthpiece in last minute. Marquez jab and combo. Pacquiao to the body. Marquez raises right fist at bell, stands on corner ropes. Pacquiao kneeling in corner, praying. Marquez wins round, 10-9. Marquez wins fight, 115-113.

The judges have awarded Manny Pacquiao a majority decision. Glenn Trowbridge (116-112 ) and Dave Moretti (115-113) scored it for Pacquiao. Robert Hoyle scored it 114-114.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

4 Reasons Why Pacquiao will Knock-out Marquez in Under Six Rounds

With Pacquiao’s furious rage fueled over his rival Juan Manuel Marquez due to the lack of respect, the pound-per-pound king is determined to knock him out in fewer than six rounds.

One of Pacquiao’s trademarks would be his speed. Pacquiao simply is too fast enough for many of his contenders that keeping up with him is too much for El Terrible. By the time Marquez tries to dodge the bullets Pacquiao’s throwing at him he’ll be a gone man by then.

Ultimately a fighter’s combination with speed and power can be downright gruesome and deadly. Nothing can beat Pacquiaos left and hand combos with speed and power that could take up anyone that stands in his way. Earning him the nickname “Mexecutioner”, Pacquiao can whip out power combinations in his right and left hands. Known to be a reckless one sided fighter in the past, Pacquiao has gradually changed into a new fighter to what he is now today.


Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Pacquiao All Set to Heat Up Vegas

With just days for the coming fight, Pacquiao is set to touchdown Vegas and set the whole crowd on fire. Set for their match this coming Saturday, Pacquiao will once again blew hundreds and thousands of fans as the pound-per-pound king is accorded in a Grand Arrival ceremony at the front lobby of the prestigious MGM Grand Hotel. The Pacquiao vs Marquez fight might be their last fight but certainly not for boxing.

Pacquiao and Marquez have broken their silence on each of their respective camps proving that they won boh fights. The Filipino icon who move the United States to continue his training, justified his claim over the past two fights. Marquez on the other hand wants pay back and he vows to prove that he was robbed of his last two fights.

As both camps prepare for their upcoming heated match, Pacquiao is determined to erase all doubts and scrutiny once and for all. On Friday, November 11 at 2:30pm will be their official weigh in.


Sunday, November 6, 2011

Pacquiao Considers Marquez Fight Personal

With just days left of preparation will Manny Pacquiao make history once more by taking out Juan Manuel Marquez in just under one round? Perhaps and ultimately the fight of the year boils down to Pacquiao vs Marquez. The majority of boxing experts agree that the lightning fast speed of Pacquiao will bruise Marquez like a pulp once they battle it out in the ring. This is just not an ordinary fight for Pacquiao as the later considers this fight as personal. Pacquiao wants’ to end Marquez’s rants and end all rumors that their last two fights with Marquez was futile.

Perhaps on Marquez’s mind will be interesting as boxing analyst believe that with his age at 38 he’ll stand no match for the younger Pacquiao. The veteran Marquez will get a chance to prove this theory wrong.


Friday, November 4, 2011

Marquez Steals the Limelight Hiring a Controversial Strength Coach

Marquez managed to pull the spotlight from Pacquiao as he made a statement of hiring a controversial strength coach that was allegedly linked to performance enhancing drugs. Marquez also stated that he is ready for any Olympic style blood testing and doesn’t mind if it’s done in random.

Marquez was pretty hard to decipher during his last press conference as he could either be bluffing or serious about what he told to the media. He’s tone was exasperated as he answers question after another about how he met Angel Hernandez and what he knows about his past.


Even though he tried to elude question with regards about the controversy stirring up in the press room, media men won’t easily give up as they keep on asking him question with regards to Angel Heredia. Among the questions asks implies the changing of names of his coach and also the BALCO case that disqualified sprinter Jones and Montgomery. After two years of silence, Manny Pacquiao later admitted that he will accept Olympic-style testing even if his promoter Bob Arum denies the legibility of the said test. 

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