Juan Manuel Marquez will defend his WBC Super Featherweight title against Ricardo Rocky Juarez live on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING beginning at 10 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast) on Saturday, November 3 from the Desert Diamond Casino in Tucson, Arizona. In the co-feature, Robert Guerrero puts his IBF Featherweight title on the line against Martin Honorio. Marquez vs. Juarez headlines an exciting night of world-class professional boxing presented by Golden Boy Promotions in association with Romanza Productions..
Juan Manuel Marquez
“As everyone knows this fight had to be rescheduled. That said, I am happy that it is here in Tucson (Ariz.) and on SHOWTIME. This will be a great fight for the fans.
“Rocky Juarez is a tremendous fighter. It will be a tough fight, but I am prepared for what he will bring.
The layoff did not affect, hurt or help me. I am fit and ready for this fight.
I am 100 percent healthy and I am focused solely on Juarez. I am not thinking past him. This will be a tough fight. I am ready and prepared.
I always keep my fight preparations the same. The one time I changed to adapt to a fighter style, I lost.
“I like to dedicate this fight to all the men and women in the U.S. armed forces, serving here and overseas.”
“I am happy to have the chance to fight for a world title. This is a tough fight but I have taken my time to prepare for it. I believe I deserve it. I will get the win.
“Guerrero is a complete fighter but he has some weaknesses. I know what they are and I will work on that in the ring.
“I am very happy to fighting on SHOWTIME. I am glad they were able to put this show on and deliver it to boxing fans.
“Guerrero knows that I am coming with everything. He knows that I will put the pressure on him to perform.”
“I trained a lot longer for this fight than previous fights. I got a great cardio workout because we trained in higher elevation.
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