2010 hasn’t been pretty for boxing fans as it was anticipated, namely, the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao not at all planned organized. Still, there have been few big battles, and there are lots more on the agenda as well. Here are the favorites for each match.
Juan Manuel Lopez vs. Rafael Marquez: This is as a great deal of a pick-em battle as there could be in boxing, and it’s an exceedingly interesting match between a young, hard punching dynamo, and a technical, efficient, all-action soldier. Any man could finish up winning this battle, but Marquez may be a bit too worn down pursuing his encounters with Israel Vazquez.
Andre Ward vs. Andre Dirrell: This is a competition of two grand, young American boxers, and former Olympic teammates and medalists. Ward is the present beloved to win the Super Six, and as such, he’ll be most wanted to beat Dirrell. Ward is a more absolute and psychologically strong fighter, with more tricks up his sleeve.
Carl Froch vs. Arthur Abraham: Further cheering up Super Six match, two of the solid punchers and strongest guys in the upper weight divisions set out at it in an essential collide, where each man wants a gigantic win to truly keep his trusts lively for winning the contest. Froch is more violent and wild, however Abraham arguably punches improved, and absolutely has the superior protection.
Manny Pacquiao vs. Antonio Margarito: Though Margarito obtained a high profile, big money fight after his current hand drape scandal, although this is still an interesting match where Pound for Pound kingpin Manny Pacquiao has to meet yet another much higher, much stronger fighter. Pacquiao’s rapidity and forcefulness should overpower Margarito, yet.
Juan Manuel Marquez vs. Michael Katsidis: Marquez is still the champion at 135 lbs, and he’s approaching off a second success over Juan Diaz. Still, there have been rumors that Marquez is past his owing date, and he could be matured for the pick and choosing. With the hostility, steep will and fire power of Katsidis, he’s a big opponent to experiment that premise.
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