Mega Gallery- Marquez In Training For April 14!
Mexico City. – The Mexican boxer considered better today and one of the world’s best pound for pound, Juan Manuel Marquez, offered training to the media Tuesday as part of their preparation for the next commitment Saturday will mark his return to Mexico City, where he has not fought for 18 years.
Marquez 56/6/1, 39 KOs) will face Ukrainian Serhiy Fedchenko (30-1-0, 13 KOs) being contested interim Welterweight world championships sanctioned by the World Boxing Organization (WBO) in a promotion of Zanfer and Top Rank and Mexico will be broadcast through TV Azteca, The House of Boxing at its fifth anniversary.
To dozens of media and many fans the “Dynamite” Marquez showed great condition, a physicist and worked well refined technique when hitting mitts on the basis of speed and strength.
His movements were based on speed and movement of legs, waist and head, so practically ready and weight to get into the ring to contest the world championship against an opponent as strong and dangerous Fedchenko.
“We hope, we are 100 percent, I’m excited to fight again to my people, I will give everything in the ring” said Marquez, who attended UNOA one the media.
The “Dynamite” acknowledged the support of the Mexican fans and promised a great fight on Saturday, ensuring that the title will stay in Mexico.
The fight between Marquez and Fedchenko have a great support on Saturday, according to Zanfer to be broadcast by TV Azteca, as it will include 10-round Middleweight to world ranked Saul “Fiera” Roman (34-9-0, 29 KOs) against Colombian Richard Gutierrez (01/08/26, 16 KOs), plus a duel punchers to 10 rounds at welterweight between Daniel “Galen” Sandoval (26-2-0, 26 KOs) and Michel “ Bravo “Rosales (32-4-0, 26 KOs).
The Aztec Champion Round 3, Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada will be tested by Jonathan “Lefty” Lecona, and also take part in the historic boxing evening to be held at the New Arena Mexico on world title contender, Jorge Lacierva, the son of “Finito” Lopez Alonso and a harsh confrontation between Ivan Alvarez (12-3-0, 9 KOs) and Rodolfo Quintanilla (11-0-0, 10 KOs), who are potential prospects with world championship.