I saw this idea after stumbling across it on the front page. After last weekend's event took place, I dont see how Marquez lost much. If anything, he gained more by letting the people know that he still has what it takes to give the best fighter in the world, trouble to say the least. If JMM would've been KO'd last weekend, then he would've surely been dropped a few notches and his career time would've definitely been in question.
I can say the same for Morales after he fought Maidana months ago. I probably would've counted Morales out, if he lost in a bad fashion, but he hung in there and gave Maidana a fight that he probably wasn't expecting. That fight definitely put him back in the talks of landing big fights in the future...especicially since he took on one of the toughest guys in the division, just to make a statement.
So now we have JMM, who just lost a controversial decision to the #1A/#1B fighter in the world, but just confirmed that he still has more than enough fight left in him. Then we have Morales who just lost a close decision to Maidana months ago, and pretty much had his way with Cano. We have two older fighters who still have some spark left, who shoudl've fought long ago, and they have enough Mexican fans to do some pretty good PPV numbers.