Sergio Martinez: Now that’s what I call champion

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Posted on Monday, March 14th, 2011 at 1:11 pm.


When the going was in danger of getting boring, Middleweight Champion of the World Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez beat the hell out of Sergiy Dzinziruk in a performance as exciting but one sided as anything I’ve seen for a pound for pound fighter in years.

As Manny Pacquiao gets ready to  take on the shot fighter Shane Mosley and Floyd Mayweather gets ready for court for allegedly beating his baby mama in front of his kids, Maravilla takes a bullied girl under his wing and dedicates the fight to her and does this

all while showing us that there is no challenge that can’t be met. The way he grooves around the ring and springs into action when you least expect it is amazing for any fighter much less someone age 36 who came to the sport at 20 years old. But it’s really the way he acts out of the ring that makes me respect this man. A true ambassador for the sport, a champion for abused women and bullied kids, is there anything this guy does wrong?

And how about that Andy Lee?


Limited, hittable, but with a punch from hell, that come from behind win over Craig McEwan was like a Gatti-Ward fight. Talk about saving your career at the last second. I think HBO should bring them both back. What a war.

Did Miguel Cotto really almost go the distance with this man?

Ricardo_MayorgaDude, Cotto looks good for awhile in this new style with Manny Steward but he should not be going the distance with a drinking, smoking, trash talking shot fighter like Mayorga. I guess it’s good he got the win and all but man, Cotto should stay away from Martinez or Pacquiao. They ain’t for him.



One Response to “Sergio Martinez: Now that’s what I call champion”

  1. Rosie Olvera

    Wish the best I loved to see you me encsnta vet tus peleas.


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