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Márquez Not Crying Over Loss to Mayweather

Enlace, Posted: Sep 25, 2009

LAS VEGAS — After losing in a unanimous decision on Sept. 19 to Floyd Mayweather Jr., Mexican boxer Juan Manuel Márquez is planning to fight as a light welterweight and go up against British Ricky Hatton, reports Enlace. Surrounded by friends and family after the fight in his suite at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Márquez described Mayweather Jr. as very fast and intelligent. “I didn’t feel his punches too much, but I did feel the falls. Floyd and a lot of people thought the fight would end in a knockout, and it didn’t, so I’m not disappointed,” Márquez said.


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