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post Apr 2 2012, 02:13 PM
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Erik Morales has been in too many wars and is too old to not take ANY fight that's brought to him serious! Marquez has also been in many wars, but he pushes himself to train harder. Besides his 3rd outing with Pacquaio, which was a joke, every fighter he has faced has been younger and stronger than him, and the same goes for Morales, so why not train properly!? Also, Marquez may have a point about returning so soon after the surgery, but Morales represents Mexico, and Mexicans are known to fight til the death! At the same time this was pretty foolish on his part!

Marquez vs Morales?

I have Marquez winning by TKO. Hands down!
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post Apr 2 2012, 08:44 PM
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QUOTE (t4toe1217 @ Apr 2 2012, 03:13 PM) *
Erik Morales has been in too many wars and is too old to not take ANY fight that's brought to him serious! Marquez has also been in many wars, but he pushes himself to train harder. Besides his 3rd outing with Pacquaio, which was a joke, every fighter he has faced has been younger and stronger than him, and the same goes for Morales, so why not train properly!? Also, Marquez may have a point about returning so soon after the surgery, but Morales represents Mexico, and Mexicans are known to fight til the death! At the same time this was pretty foolish on his part!

Marquez vs Morales?

I have Marquez winning by TKO. Hands down!

They've both been in wars, but Marquez has been the smarter of the two when it came down to it. He always sticks with technique (even when he's hurt or under pressure), and Erik just loses his mind when it really gets heated. It appears that eric has learned to calm down and control the pace of exchange, but it's a little too late in his career.

El Terrible's range may pose as a problem for Juan, but we all know who controls the inside game (JMM). Morales has the tendency to get caught while stepping out of an exchange, so if Juan can catch him at the end of his punch, then there's the issue for him. More than likely, he'll do it with an uppercut.
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post Apr 2 2012, 08:56 PM
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QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Apr 2 2012, 09:44 PM) *
They've both been in wars, but Marquez has been the smarter of the two when it came down to it. He always sticks with technique (even when he's hurt or under pressure), and Erik just loses his mind when it really gets heated. It appears that eric has learned to calm down and control the pace of exchange, but it's a little too late in his career.

El Terrible's range may pose as a problem for Juan, but we all know who controls the inside game (JMM). Morales has the tendency to get caught while stepping out of an exchange, so if Juan can catch him at the end of his punch, then there's the issue for him. More than likely, he'll do it with an uppercut.


Your'e absolutely right! Marquez is, no doubt, the smarter fighter! He has the power and he's capable of mixing combinations and knocking you out. On the other hand, Morales has never been a knockout puncher and when he had kos, they were nothing spectacular. He does have heart and they're both legends in the Mexican community, so it definitely won't be a mismatch/shutout.
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post Apr 2 2012, 08:58 PM
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QUOTE (t4toe1217 @ Apr 2 2012, 09:56 PM) *
Your'e absolutely right! Marquez is, no doubt, the smarter fighter! He has the power and he's capable of mixing combinations and knocking you out. On the other hand, Morales has never been a knockout puncher and when he had kos, they were nothing spectacular. He does have heart and they're both legends in the Mexican community, so it definitely won't be a mismatch/shutout.

You're right, Morales isn't a huge knockout puncher, but that Zaragoza knockout was great! He's knocked out some guys in a spectacular fashion earlier in his career but not so much in the latter part.
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post Apr 3 2012, 09:06 AM
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It would be nice if Morales and Marquez both road out into the sunset with a barn burning classic.
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post Apr 3 2012, 12:55 PM
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QUOTE (Franchize @ Apr 3 2012, 10:06 AM) *
It would be nice if Morales and Marquez both road out into the sunset with a barn burning classic.

You may be onto something...even though Marquez still has that Pacquiao rematch in his back pocket, if he chooses to take it.
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post Apr 3 2012, 03:48 PM
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QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Apr 3 2012, 01:55 PM) *
You may be onto something...even though Marquez still has that Pacquiao rematch in his back pocket, if he chooses to take it.


I think the public was mixed on whether they cared to see a part 4 when it was fresh in their minds. Do you think they'll care after both guys have faced other opponents? (BTW, Im not trying to be condescending. I really would like to know your opinion)
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post Apr 4 2012, 10:11 AM
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QUOTE (Franchize @ Apr 3 2012, 04:48 PM) *
I think the public was mixed on whether they cared to see a part 4 when it was fresh in their minds. Do you think they'll care after both guys have faced other opponents? (BTW, Im not trying to be condescending. I really would like to know your opinion)

Hell, they really didn't care after the rematch...then the rubber match was shoved down our throats. So we may get the same reception for the 4th fight...since the rubber match was a hit by doing 1.4M buys...according to the Bobfather of course.
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