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Berestain: Pacquiao a serious threat
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 08 May 2004
LAS VEGAS — Juan Manuel Marquez and the man who will yell instructions from his corner admitted on Thursday that Manny Pacquiao poses a serious threat to the Mexican’s bid to keep his World Boxing Association and International Boxing Federation 126-lb belts. "Muy deficil (It’s going to be hard),  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao, Marquez engage in pleasantries
By Dominic Menor, ABS-CBN News, 08 May 2004
Apologies and gestures of appreciation in the final news conference before what could be the year’s most important fight? That could mean one thing: two fighters draining pleasantries to the last drop before they erupt in front of the world on Sunday (Saturday in Las Vegas) for the right to beco  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao foe bares weapon; odds soar favoring Filipino
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 08 May 2004
LAS VEGAS, Nevada -- His opponents paid tribute to Manny Pacquiao during formal ceremonies on Thursday as the "most dangerous featherweight in the world today." Moments later, the Filipino boxing celebrity was given a strong 50-percent edge (2/1) to stop WBA/IBF featherweight champion Juan Manuel  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez: My fists will do the talking
By Emmanuel B. Villaruel, The Freeman, 08 May 2004
“Anything else that needs to be said will be said on Saturday (Sunday Philippine time) with my two hands.” This was the undermining vow tossed by Mexican Juan Manuel “Dinamita” Marquez (42-2, 33 KOs) during the final news conference promoting his IBF and WBA featherwight title defense against the  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao to come out with guns firing
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, The Manila Standard, 08 May 2004
Trainer of the Year Freddie Roach, the man who draws up the gameplan for the fights of Manny Pacquiao, said yesterday that his ward “is explosive and we are coming out there with guns firing” in his war with World Boxing Association/International Boxing Federation featherweight champion Juan Manuel   Read Full Story >>>

Sayson: Better than 100%
By Homer D. Sayson, Sun.Star Cebu, 08 May 2004
CHICAGO – My attempt to nail a pre-fight interview with Manny Pacquiao yesterday turned out to be an uneventful TKO. The world’s best featherweight was out of his MGM Grand hotel room when I called, and I was advised that the champ was done talking to the media, at least until after tomorrow’s tussl  Read Full Story >>>

Oyson: Make mine Marquez
By Manuel N. Oyson Jr., Sun.Star Cebu, 08 May 2004
TOMORROW is a moment of truth for Manny Pacquiao. Whether or not he can justify the glowing advance billing installing him as the People’s Champion and installing him as 7-5 favorite over WBA/IBF featherweight king Juan Manuel Marquez is another story. Ring Magazine dubs Pacquiao as the People’s Fea  Read Full Story >>>

Odds grow in favor of Paquiao
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, 08 May 2004
LAS VEGAS — As far as oddsmakers are concerned, there is only a 25 percent chance that Juan Manuel Marquez would win Saturday night’s featherweight encounter with Manny Pacquiao by knockout. According to the sports book display at the MGM Grand, a $1 bet for a Marquez knockout win would result  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao, foe to get $500,000 each
By Lito A. Tacujan, The Philippine Star, 08 May 2004
Las Vegas, Nevada — No fireworks, no trash talk, only a cold statement of mission for Saturday night all-out war in the desert. In fact, consensus featherweight champion Manny Pacquiao, carrying the hopes of the entire nation back home, and Mexican titlist Juan Manuel Marquez showed mutual respe  Read Full Story >>>

Short and Sweet
By James Blears,, 08 May 2004
Their combined weight might be less than one giant heavyweight, but Manny and (Juan) Manuel promise us a true classic. Manny's prediction that Juan won't last three rounds looks rather unrealistic. The Mexican comes to this fight on a thirteen winning streak, and has actually been physically pre  Read Full Story >>>

Will referee be ‘firm but fair?’
By Joaquin Henson, The Philippine Star, 08 May 2004
Referee Joe Cortez is no stranger to Manny Pacquiao. The New Yorker of Puerto Rican descent worked Pacquiao’s fight against Lehlo Ledwaba at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas three years ago. On Sunday morning (Manila time), Cortez will be back in the ring with Pacquiao at the same venue.   Read Full Story >>>

Marquez chases legacy!
By Ralph Gonzalez,, 07 May 2004
On August 21 1981, Mexican featherweight champ Salvador Sanchez stepped into the ring at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas against undefeated knockout artist and junior featherweight king Wilfredo Gomez of Puerto Rico. Gomez had 32 wins and 32 knockouts and was now moving up to featherweight in order to   Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao, Marquez out for feather supremacy, 07 May 2004
LAS VEGAS -- Manny Pacquiao looks to solidify his claim as the best 126-pounder in the world Saturday night when he meets WBA and IBF featherweight champion Juan Manuel Marquez at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. A hard-hitting southpaw, Pacquiao (38-2-1, 30 KOs) is widely considered one of the premi  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao focused on Marquez
BBC Sport, 07 May 2004

Manny Pacquiao says he is fully focused on Juan Manuel Marquez ahead of their featherweight blockbuster in Las Vegas on Saturday. Filipino Pacquiao is after Marquez's WBA and IBF belts having destroyed M  
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By Derek Bilton, (UK), 07 May 2004
After a month watching some good, bad and sometimes downright ugly heavyweight action, it's the sport's little men who step up to the plate this weekend. When I heard that Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez had signed to fight each other a few months back, the sceptic in me was willing to wag  Read Full Story >>>

Manny Pacquiao Has “The Look”
By Martin Wade,, 07 May 2004

We all know the look, brows furrowed, eyes that tell of poverty and the intent to bring malice. Its forebears are men of menace, men from places like the Mississippi Delta and Panama. There is no pretense in a man who has the loo  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao-Marquez: A Featherweight Bout of Heavyweight Proportions
By Alex Pierpaoli,, 07 May 2004
Even his name sounds like a combination of crisp hard punches. Man-nee Pac-key-OW rolls off the tongue with the musical rat-tat-tat of fists striking something solid. On Saturday night that solid something will be Mexico’s Juan Manuel Marquez, the best featherweight in the world—a title many fel  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez gets shot in spotlight
By Robert Morales, Pasadena News, 07 May 2004
Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico City has been one of the top featherweights in the world for years, yet few outside of boxing circles know him well. Fighting in the shadows of countrymen and former featherweight champions Erik Morales and Marco Antonio Barrera, Marquez has had difficulty getting pe  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez's career beginning to add up
By Kevin Iole, Las Vegas Review Journal, 07 May 2004
Juan Manuel Marquez never finished his accounting degree in Mexico, but if he defeats Manny Pacquiao on Saturday at the MGM Grand, Marquez may want to consider finishing that training so he knows how to handle all the money he stands to make. The highly anticipated featherweight title fight is r  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao, Marquez 'Friendly' at Presscon
By Winchell Campos,, 07 May 2004
LAS VEGAS -- There were no fireworks, no rude commentaries, no dagger looks. Instead, Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines and Mexican Juan Manuel Marquez tried to hide their true intentions of knocking each other out on May 8 by exchanging friendly handshakes and smiles during Thursday's press confere  Read Full Story >>>

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