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Big Cash Wont Convince Marquez to Get Inside the Ring with Pacquiao Again


Manny Pacquiao probably chasing to changing the history between his Mexican rival but Marquez isn't keen on going inside the ring against Manny Pacquiao regardless of how much money they offer. 

Marquez at 43 years old is ovbiously not getting any younger. He last fought May of 2014 against Mike Alvarado were he won via unanimous decision and have eased off since then. He obviously hasn't retired yet and his long time coach still thinks that the proud Mexican can still fight at a top notch level and they are planning his return. 

With the recent fallout of the Cotto-Kirkland fight due to injury sustained by James Kirkland, Cotto is cramming to fight a replacement fight in order to keep Miguel Cotto active who also fought and lost more than a year ago against Canelo Alvarez. The supposed event was titled The Return because both Kirkland and Cotto was in a long layoff. 

With Marquez back on the prowl and preferring the fight with Cotto instead of Manny Pacquiao, both Cotto and Marquez may find a common ground to make the fight happen and heck they don't event have to change the name of the event. 


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