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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2004 7:41 am 
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http://www.doghouseboxing.com/Cawkwell/ ... 071504.htm

You must have read this already from the home page of mannypacquiao.ph. What say you Marquez fans?


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2004 7:52 am 
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AWOL - The Marquez-Pacquiao Rematch
By Jim Cawkwell (July 15, 2004)
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A rematch of one of the greatest featherweight clashes ever seen will not take place this year, and many whom are searching for an explanation are looking in the direction of Juan Manuel Marquez. Far be it from us mere mortals to question the fortitude of such a battle-hardened champion, but dare we wonder if the first bite was enough to shy even the fighter they call 'Dinamita' and 'the avoided one'.
If his courage is not missing in action, why is Juan Manuel Marquez so reluctant to engage Manny Pacquiao again?

It could be argued that Marquez is still a unified featherweight champion and his status affords him certain luxuries, but such a pompous stereotype does not suit him. It should be seen as a stunning about face for Marquez to have been inexcusably denied his chance of stardom for so long, only to achieve it and then repeat the sins of his predecessors. With the fees of two sanctioning organizations snapping at his heels, there are no logical financial motives to justify Marquez’s decision to face Mexican youngster Orlando Salido in a low risk, low reward affair this September. Salido’s eight losses to inferior caliber fighters than any Marquez has already faced cannot bolster the champion’s credibility with boxing fans either, especially with the promise of Pacquiao looming over him.

Meanwhile, caution is not a term you could aptly apply to the career choices of Manny Pacquiao. The Filipino’s appearances have seamlessly graduated from under-card attractions to pieces of greatness, but it is all the same to him. Pacquiao destroys fighters whether their names are famous or not. Throughout boxing history, the truly dangerous punchers maintained an aura of inevitability about them and Pacquiao is no exception. Fighters such as Pacquiao not only have skill and conditioning at their disposal, but also a frightening level of power which can rob a man of his senses, his professional possessions and perhaps even his livelihood.

Pacquiao has no internal dilemmas to hold the realization of his potential at bay, his love of fighting is only satisfied in the most esteemed and dangerous circumstances. Indeed, it was in such an encounter that he propelled himself into prominence against Marco Antonio Barrera. Winning the IBF featherweight title against an aged and battle worn Manuel Medina and then the WBA title against a most reluctant foe in Derrick Gainer means that Marquez has merely met expectations so far. In the wake of their thrilling draw in May, Pacquiao struggles for a rematch while Marquez appears to be in denial about how important it is for Pacquiao and himself to settle their score.



Now this is more real!

Where are the IDIOTS ANTI-PACS? Try to argue and disprove this with your LIES and BULLSHITS. And better make your arguement acceptable.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2004 9:02 am 
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yeah, i wonder where are the pro-JMM fanatics?????? What can u say about the articles written by a reputable news makers? from the title itself, it dictates that JMM is on AWOL status in boxing, it is MAB alone that has guts to answer the invasion by the asian boxers on featherweight division, where's is JMM? Where is the champion marked as "avoided one" to save the tough mexican boxers from onslaught by the asian? I also wish that on July 31, for the unification bout of super featherweight, hernandez will win the fight.....comm'on JMM show your guts....


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 16, 2004 9:05 am 
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wooooohooooooo!

coming from a reputable source.....!!!

woooohoooooo!!!

just goes to show, that our PAC is the real deal in the featherwights...

everyone else is just a topping.

heheheh


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Now who's the REAL COWARD?!!!

IT'S JMM!!!

FAGGOT!!!FAGGOT!!!FAGGOT!!!

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"AWOL" I'd like the sound of it, fits very well with JMM, on second thought, I think "chiken" is still best word to call him.

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'The avoided one'? heheh, JMM where are you? why avoid Manny... now the anti-PACS are going to be avoiding this thread LOL :bounce1: :bounce1: :bounce1:


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TAMA!


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It should be seen as a stunning about face for Marquez to have been inexcusably denied his chance of stardom for so long, only to achieve it and then repeat the sins of his predecessors.
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I love this part, it shows JMM is really affected by the chickening flu virus that had been plaguing the mexican featherweight boxers.

FROM THE "AVOIDED ONE" to "AVOIDING JUAN".

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!


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Bachwitz wrote:
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It should be seen as a stunning about face for Marquez to have been inexcusably denied his chance of stardom for so long, only to achieve it and then repeat the sins of his predecessors.
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I love this part, it shows JMM is really affected by the chickening flu virus that had been plaguing the mexican featherweight boxers.

FROM THE "AVOIDING ONE" to "AVOIDING JUAN".

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!


I think nagakamali yung doughouse boxing na article pag print. It was really AVOIDING JUAN!!!


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!! STUPID ONE ESTE JUAN!!!!

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go manny go d true avoided one :celebrate:


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Right on Jim Cawkwell!! you're the man!!!!!

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LOOK AT JMM'S FACE (HE LOOKS LIKE BEEP BEEP, THE ROADRUNNER) WITH RED JACKET COMPLETELY CLOSED TO THE NECK. HE'S HURTING INSIDE, NO DOUBT ABOUT IT! WHILE PACMAN STILL MANAGE A WIDE GRIN DESPITE OF SOME BRUISES TO HIS FACE!

NOW WHO'S AVOIDING WHO? NO DOUBT ABOUT IT! IT'S NOT PACMAN! JUST KEEP ON RUNNING AWAY JUAN MANUEL, JUST LIKE BEEP-BEEP, THE ROADRUNNER!!!

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To be fair, no clear offer ever came from the HBO, Murad or the Paquiao camp. All you could hear are grand standing in the media with Murad blabber mouthing followed by Paquiao's rehearsed 'anytime any place blah blah' then concluded with Nazarinos 'not in Vega, not in Atlanta, not in California, not in Texas not anywhere where Arum had promoted etc' .

Now do you expect Marquez to initiate negotiations when he has the belts? He is an accountant and he knows business dealings, he has the ace and he can afford to wait for the right price.

It is financially wise to wait for them to beg just like how the 1.7 million was shared half and half instead of Paquiao getting the 1 million face value he got from Barrera.

Of course it may not be good ability wise since father time is against Marquez but it's a sound business judgement for some one who is about to retire. If he lost then he atleast will get the money and if he wins then he earns more money for his retirement funds.

On the other hand Paquiao has been fighting for someone else's pockets. Flawed as he is he has a recognizable talent that should earn him more than the meager left over he got from the dealings. Imagine that he got only 300k still to be deducted by Roach and others when HBO had allocated 700k for him during the Barrera fight. Then Marquez who was very talented but unknown manage to get half the purse from the guy who beat king Barrera? Huh! How could they allow that to happen if they didn't get their share?

So when it's negotiation time again Marquez will be getting more than Paquiao and that's for sure, because Paquiao has no where else to go. There's no one in the division and he needs to climb up to Moralles but Marquez has to sign his clearance. The unfinished business always cast a shadow on him.


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