If the highlighted statement from your previous post were true,
don't you think it was unfair to Marquez?
So, based on your presumption, how can expecting Marquez to win,
if the outcome of the fourth fight goes to the hands of the judges,
be unfair to Pacquiao?
Weather weather lang yan or karma karma. Papatasin lang ng
pagkakataon iyan para walang argabyado. Wait for fight night.
golden lily wrote:
Because all of their fights were close,(specially the third one)
the public are thinking that JMM will finally get the nod if it goes again to the hand of the judges.
This is unfair thinking, maybe it's already in the back of their mind(judges) GOING into the fight.
If the fight is close again,the public clamor for a JMM win will weigh heavily on the judges shoulders and they may finally give it to him even if pac made a strong case against it. Close rounds they will give it to JMM to appease the public because many thought he won the third fight.
It's like morales-barrerra 1 and 2. The third fight is a close one and they gave it to pac because of the looming floyd fight.
Now that pac lose to bradley,there will be lesser noise if they allow JMM to win.
It's unfair for pac
I really believe he needs a KO to win this one.
I believe pac won the third fight because JMM did not do enough ,and I believe you can't win the belt by counter punching and back pedaling all night specially if you're the challenger,In short he did not take it to the champion.
But many saw the fight otherwise and were convinced that JMM did enough to win , I'm no expert on boxing so I can't dispute their claims.
But put yourself in the shoes of the judges during that 3rd fight,looming megafight with floyd? the buzz was great. And pac before the fight seems invincible,the talk of slippage was not that loud(few for the mosley fight). So the natural tendency is to give the close rounds to pac.
But this coming fight, it seems that the tide has turned,everyone is expecting JMM to eke out a close decision win if it goes to the scorecards to compensate for their last fight which many viewed as a bad decision.
I mean the fight has not yet happened but I believe the general notion is that. So will this affect the judges during fight night?
I'm leaning on yes .