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Pacquiao / Marquez - Live Streaming - November 11, 2011, 05:38 PM

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Anyone who had a clear view of the fight, did Marquez get robbed again...
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Anyone who had a clear view of the fight, did Marquez get robbed again...
Not robbed but fight seemed closer than the scorecards showed. Paq def. did more damage though.
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Looked like manny lost that one...


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Yup.
Fleeced.
The crowd boo'd the decision so loudly for so long, they cut the world feed momentarily.



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correction: the mexicans booed the decision.



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Pacman looked far from invincible

Word is that Marquez's trainer told him he was winning before the start of the 12th (which he wasn't). If he would have won that round on all cards - he actually would have had the decision.....

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Reading Gabriel Montoya's article on Maxboxing he said he thought Marquez won the fight also. Said he controlled the combat zone etc...

" Every time Pacquiao came forward and landed something, Marquez answered right back. He seemed to land the bigger shots, rocking Pacquiao or snapping his head back with effective lead uppercuts.", ~Gabriel Montoya



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From: ESPN's Kieran Mulvaney's article:
Pacquiao-Marquez III: Five things we learned from the card - ESPN

"4. Sometimes a fight can feel one way and be scored another
As HBO's "Boxing After Dark" announcer Bob Papa tweeted after the fight: "Even though feels like JMM won, I had draw. You MUST score each Rd and write it down Then add up at end. 'Feel' & actual score differ often." The feeling in the arena was that Marquez was winning the fight, partly because Pacquiao was expected to win so comfortably, and partly because when Marquez won rounds, he generally did so more convincingly -- and at times made Pacquiao look really quite poor. By contrast, with one or two exceptions, Pacquiao didn't clearly win as many rounds. But he eked out more of them, at least on the official scorecards. Interestingly, CompuBox statistics suggested that, in many ways, Pacquiao was more effective than he had been in the previous two bouts between the fighters, connecting at a higher average than before. He threw more punches than Marquez, landed more punches than Marquez and landed at a higher percentage. Yet it didn't feel that way. In such a close fight, the slightest things can make a difference: Had Marquez been that shade more active and effective in the 12th, enough to win it on all three judges' cards, he would have had a draw -- still short of the win he felt he deserved, but less bitter than another loss."


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November 14, 2011, 12:23 PM

How Marquez counter punches or is it because one is Southpaw and the other Orthodox?

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