The Mexican boxer Juan Manuel Marquez said that he will make some changes in his strategy this time, in his fourth fight against Manny Pacquiao to make sure he finally gets a victory.
"I will make changes this time, so that the judges give me the victory once and for all, and also look for the knockout more than ever in this fourth fight, I owe it to my fans and all the people of Mexico," said 'Dinamita' 'who is touring to promote his latest battle against the Filipino boxer.
Meanwhile, 'Pacman' reiterated that will leave no doubt of his triumph, after his last match ended in controversy.
"On December 8, the fourth fight will be another war that the audience will enjoy. Don't doubt it, I will go for the knockout" said the boxer Asia.
All the previous meetings between the two fighters, two wins and a draw for Pacquiao, have ended in controversy.
- As part of Terra's end of the year coverage, we provide you some content that highlights the best and worst of the year, from the biggest scandals to the most beautiful women. Here, we highlight the richest athletes in the world. Can you say cha-ching! Photo: Getty Images
- Floyd Mayweather: 85 million after two mega-fights in the past year, although he'll have little time to enjoy his earnings as he finishes out his three-month jail sentence. He tops this year's Forbes list of the richest athletes in the world. Photo: AP in English
- Manny Pacquiao: 62 million from his major fights in the past year and also from endorsements, among them Nike and Hennessy. Photo: AP in English
- Tiger Woods: 59.4 million, a fall of 16 million dollars in the past year has ended Woods reign atop the Forbes standings. His fall in revenue is mainly from lost endorsements. Photo: AP in English
- Lebron James: 53 million. The highest paid basketball player on the list, his earnings come from his lucrative contract with the Heat as well as various endorsements, both likely to peak if he can finally win the NBA title. Photo: AP in English
- Roger Federer: 52.7 million. Despite falling from the No. 1 ranking in Tennis, he is still by far the best paid player in the world through endorsements with Nike and Gillette among others. Photo: AP in English
- Kobe Bryant: 52.3 million. Kobe Bryant is the second player on the list through his various endorsements, a hefty amount often brought up after his wife Vannessa filed for divorce at the end of 2011. Photo: AP in English
- Phil Mickelson: 47.8 million. Despite not being one of the most high profile athletes on the list, Mickelson has always kept up a lucrative amount of endorsement deals that have kept him in the Top 10. Photo: AP in English
- David Beckham: 46 million. Though he took a pay cut to stay with the Los Angeles Galaxy in the MLS, Beckham gets the majority of loots from endorsement, including his H&M fashion line. Photo: AP in English
- Cristiano Ronaldo: 42.5 million. Cristiano still has Messi beat on this list and has the highest salary of any of the athletes on the list at 20 million dollars. Photo: AP in English
- Peyton Manning: 42.4 million. Despite being cut by the Colts, Manning is still the top earner out of the NFL stars due to his various endorsement contracts and his new 96 million dollar contract with the Broncos. Photo: AP in English