Filipino boxing champion Brian “The Hawaiian Punch” Viloria is set to defend his unified WBO and WBA Flyweight Championship title against Mexican boxer Juan “El Gallo” Estrada in the first professional boxing card that will happen in Macau this Sunday (April 7) airing live at 10:15 AM on ABS-CBN.
Marquez-Pacquiao 4 Fight Result: Pacman KO in 6th Round by Marquez.
Mexican champ Juan Manuel Marquez knocks out Manny Pacquiao in sixth round of their 4th bout on December 8 at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. The 39-year-old Mexican warrior lands a jarring right hand that stopped the People’s Champ, who by the way, is winning in the judges score cards.
Below is the round-by-round updates of the bout:
Pacquiao and Marquez are waiting each other out but the Filipino boxer shows aggresiveness. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9.
Marquez caught Pacquiao with a left hook. Pacquiao unloads a straight left. The Mexican gets in a good right but Pacquiao delivers counter-punches. The Filipino boxer win the round, 10-9. Pacquiao leads, 20-18.
A straight right hand from Marquez sends Pacquiao to the canvas for the first time ever in their four clashes. Although Pacquiao delivers a hard right, Marquez wins the round because of the knock out, 10-8. Score is now even, 28-28.
Both fighters are being cautious. Pacquiao unloads a combination to the head of Marquez. But the Mexican fighter connected two hard rights before the bell. Marquez wins the round, 10-9. Marquez leads, 38-37.
Pacquiao staggers Marquez, prompting the referee to give the Mexican a standing 8-count! The People’s Champ is now attacking his opponent aggresively. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-8. Pacquiao leads, 47-46.
Juan Manuel Marquez lands a solid right to Pacquiao’s chin. The People’s Champ drops to the canvas head on. Marquez wins by knockout! Time of stoppage is at 2:59 of Round 6.
Manny Pacquiao was knocked down by Juan Manuel Marquez during the 6th round of their fourth clash on December 8, 2012, (Sunday morning in Manila) at the MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
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