Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez: Round by Round Results (7-9)
In the main event, Manny Pacquiao (53-3-2, 38 KO) will battle former foe Juan Manuel Marquez (53-5-1, 39 KO) for the third time, and it may be the most defining moment of each boxers' career.
Pacquiao has achieved more than any active boxer, and that includes being the first eight-division world champion and the first to win a lineal championship in four different weight classes.
Their first fight between the two saw Marquez getting dropped three times in the first round, but he fought back to earn a draw in one of 2004's most exciting fights.
The 2008 rematch saw Marquez getting knocked down again, and he would lose a split-decision that many had thought he deserved to win.
Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez III
Round 7- Hard right hand stuns Pacquiao a minute into the round. Both boxers exchange, but it's Marquez who counters more effectively. Marquez goes low, and they touch gloves. Pacquiao beginning to inch closer. Marquez lands a body shot. Right hand lands again for Marquez. Wild exchanges late in the round. 10-9 Marquez
Round 8- Marquez lands a short right hand as Pacquiao moves to the ropes. Marquez goes to the body again. Pacquiao lands a jab. Pacquiao goes to the body. First clinch of the fight, and the boxers break. Right hand lands for Marquez. Right hook catches Marquez as he ducks and moves away. Pacquiao leaps forward and lands a left. Big flurry inside by Pacquiao. Uppercut misses for Marquez. Left hand lands for Pacquiao. 10-9 Marquez
Round 9- Left hand and right miss for Marquez. Marquez lands a shot on the back of Pacquiao's head. Pacquiao avoids a left. Marquez moves forward and takes a short right hand by Pacquiao. Pacquiao lands a right hook. Marquez opens up with a combination. Uppercut misses for Pacquiao. Wild exchanges inside, and Marquez gets the better of it. 10-9 Marquez
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