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i think what jim watts says about maquez is right but he haz had too many fights and should quit az should ricky hatton i think its a bad idea to renew is licens after all he as only ever been betan by two world champs as for david hay i woldent even think about fithing aulldley harrison its a step down .and hes not even in hays class
Posted 20:16 30th July 2010
I agree with Jim that Marquez is one of the greatest of our generation, and I'm really looking forward to this fight as well. I disagree with Jim on Marquez''s defence though, I don''t think it is great at all, but he does have great technical ability for someone who doesn''t possess the natural slickness of a Mayweather or a Dirrell. Pacquiao would crush Marquez if they fought again so I hope that fight doesn't happen - Marquez vs Amir Khan would be a very interesting fight though. Skill and steel vs speed and size!
Posted 16:45 30th July 2010