Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito – A Boxing Battle Worth Devouring

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Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito – A Boxing Battle Worth Devouring

One title, two candidates- Manny Pacquiao and Antonio Margarito will fight the battle of do or die for a vacant WBC Light Middleweight Title. The year's most awaited bout in boxing is coming up between the “Fighting Pride of the Philippines”,  and Margarito “Tijuana Tornado” at Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, United States on November 13, 2010.

Pacquiao remained a very naughty student in the boxing ring of the training session as his trainer, Freddie Roach declared the as one of the worst training sessions he ever had. On the other hand, Margarito had a hard time in his training as he prepared for his upcoming fight against “The Destroyer” Pacquiao.

Rounding off the never-ending achievements of both boxers, Pacquiao is a seven-division world champion, the first boxer in history to win nine world titles in seven different weight divisions. However, Margarito is also a former World Boxing Association winner, International Boxing Federation title holder, and World Boxing Organization Welterweight champion.

The Internet is flooded with pop-up headlines about the great fight ahead. Pacquiao vs. Margarito is fast approaching so be sure to prepare yourself for another spectacular boxing event.

Pacquiao is expected to have a very tough session with one of his biggest and heaviest opponent in his entire boxing career. However, besides his size advantage Margarito is still inspired of the skill set of his opponent. Pacquiao is thought to be the hot favourite to win the upcoming fight. Pacquiao is having an edge over his competitor as he enters this fight with a record of 38 knockouts.

The tiring training session of both great boxers is over; both are set to rock the world of boxing. Pacquiao will try to set a new world record again in boxing history and in case if Pacquiao wins, he will earn his eighth championship belt.

The expected fight of the great boxers is a catch weight fight of 150 lbs. In the fight, Margarito has an edge of his height and power, while at the other hand the speed and quick powerful punches of Pacquiao will surely be enough to break-even the difference.

Venerable promoter of both boxers, Bob Arum has warned that it is too early to come up with any kind of conclusion as the Mexican Margarito can pull an upset against Pacquiao. He said, "He (Margarito) certainly has the tools to pull off an upset”, “I mean he's the bigger, stronger guy."

A huge crowd is expected to watch the fight of the biggest giant of boxing. It is believed that the Pacquiao-Margarito match would exceed the 50,994 fans. The estimated target of visitors is assumed to be between 60,000 to 70,000. Pacquiao’s fights are well-known for their record business.

With a few hours to go in the great fight, many of the questions are revolving around the fans of boxing.

Who will win the upcoming boxing match? 

Will Politics force Manny Pacquiao into retirement? 

Who will be the next WBC Light Middleweight champion?

And many more.

Do not worry, have patience, as you will find the answers by devouring the breathtaking match in a few hours.

Gary R. Hess, an American poet right said,

Serious anxiety flowing

Crashing through the mind of both 

Blood rushing through the veins of both

Muscles tightening upon compression


The moment is soon to come

Where losers will not win

The masks come off from posers

And winner show his skills

The boxing plan is ready, both boxers are fully equipped with their boxing tricks and their fans are restless to enter the Cowboys Stadium.

Do not miss watching Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito.

Dear Pacquiao and Margarito, your fans have faith in you and your ability to succeed.

 

By Mike Magneto, Bettor.com

SJ Contributing Blog Partners

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