Juan Manuel Márquez
• Juan Manuel Márquez Méndez (born August
23, 1973 in Mexico City) is a Mexican
professional boxer.1 is a free agent as hi...
• Today is the Champion of the Decade of the
OMB, played in an epic title fight he won by
knockout against Filipino Manny ...
• He has also held the titles of IBF featherweight,
WBA and WBO and super featherweight title of
the World Boxing Council ...
Facts
• Juan Manuel Márquez.jpg
• Juan Manuel Márquez Méndez Name
• Birth August 23, 1973, (40 years)
• Mexico City, Mexic...
Part of his story…
• He made his professional boxing debut at age 19 on May 29, 1993 , and lost his first bout via
disqual...
Background
• Juan Manuel Marquez was born in Iztacalco, in Mexico City. He is the son
of Rafael Marquez Enriquez (professi...
Timeline
• Boxer of the Decade (OMB) 13
• World champion IBF featherweight
• World Champion WBA featherweight
• World Feat...
• The fourth fight against Pacquiao was held on
December 8, 2012, and Marquez previously had
said he would seek the knocko...
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  1. 1. Juan Manuel Márquez
  2. 2. • Juan Manuel Márquez Méndez (born August 23, 1973 in Mexico City) is a Mexican professional boxer.1 is a free agent as his contract with Oscar de la Hoya expired in early 2011 and has its promoter Marquez Boxing Promotions.
  3. 3. • Today is the Champion of the Decade of the OMB, played in an epic title fight he won by knockout against Filipino Manny Pacquiao in December 2012.2 is also world champion WBO welterweight and one of the best pound for pound the Ring magazine.
  4. 4. • He has also held the titles of IBF featherweight, WBA and WBO and super featherweight title of the World Boxing Council (WBC) and lightweight titles WBO and WBA. He is the fourth Mexican boxer to become world champion in three weight classes with Fernando Montiel, Marco Antonio Barrera, Erik Morales and the legendary Julio Cesar Chavez. • His brother, Rafael Marquez, is also a professional boxer.
  5. 5. Facts • Juan Manuel Márquez.jpg • Juan Manuel Márquez Méndez Name • Birth August 23, 1973, (40 years) • Mexico City, Mexico • Nickname 'Dynamite' • Orthodox Style • Weight Superlight • Height 1.70 cm / 5'7 " • Flag of Mexico Mexican Nationality • Statistics • Total 62 • Wins 55 • • By knockout 40 • Losses 6 • Draws 1 • Not submitted one
  6. 6. Part of his story… • He made his professional boxing debut at age 19 on May 29, 1993 , and lost his first bout via disqualification to Javier Duran. Márquez remained undefeated for six years as a record of 29-1 that included a win against future champion Agapito Sanchez, and former champions in July Gervacio , and Alfred Kotey . In 1997 , Márquez won the NABO Featherweight title (North American Boxing Organization) , which he defended seven times. During this time , it was known as the best fighter " without a world title " . Mandatory challenger Marquez was the WBO featherweight Naseem Hamed for 22 consecutive months, however, the WBO allowed Hamed to schedule other fights instead of facing Marquez. • Márquez earned his first bout for a world title on September 11, 1999 , when he lost a controversial decision to then-unbeaten WBA featherweight Freddie Norwood . Marquez was the aggressor for most of the fight, but was knocked down in the second assault . In the eighth, Norwood glove touched the canvas after an exchange , however , was not available for Marquez. In the ninth, Marquez knocked him down after an exchange of blows. HBO said that Norwood had connected 73 of 290 punches thrown , Marquez 89 of 444 . • The November 20, 1999 , Márquez faced with Remigio Molina , and defeated him in eight rounds. In 2000 , he defeated former champion Daniel Jimenez , and five fights later, he defeated future champion Robbie Peden in ten rounds , earning the title NABF featherweight (North American Boxing Federation) . • Juan Manuel " Dinamita" Márquez received his second bout for a world title on January 2, 2003 , when he defeated five-time featherweight champion Manuel Medina , and won the vacant IBF featherweight . In the second assault , Marquez connected with a three-punch combination that floored Medina . The fight was stopped in the seventh assault after Marquez knocked Medina for the second time . • Later, defeated Derrick Gainer in a unification fight to win the WBA featherweight and become " Super Champion
  7. 7. Background • Juan Manuel Marquez was born in Iztacalco, in Mexico City. He is the son of Rafael Marquez Enriquez (professional boxer) and Maria de la Luz Mendez. It has 7 brothers, [citation needed] his brother Rafael Marquez is also a professional boxer and former world champion at bantamweight and featherweight. At the age of 8 years Juan Manuel connected with the sport of fists after his father's teachings. His first battles were with his older sister Carmen, who most of the time he won. • At 17 he made his debut against Javier Duran in Mexico, fight in which he lost by disqualification. "Dynamite" managed to find a balance between study and sport: in addition to his career as an athlete, he graduated as a technician in Accounting. He is married to Erika, who has three sons: Aldo Manuel, Juan Emilio and Alison Natalia. • Marquez appears in the video game Fight Night Round 2 which was released in 2005. Marquez since 2011 is a commentator for ESPN in the Heavy Hitter program.
  8. 8. Timeline • Boxer of the Decade (OMB) 13 • World champion IBF featherweight • World Champion WBA featherweight • World Featherweight Champion OMB • World Champion WBC super featherweight • World Lightweight Champion for The Ring • World lightweight champion of the WBA • World Lightweight Champion OMB • World champion WBO welterweight • 'International titles • NABO featherweight champion of the WBO. • Champion of the NABF featherweight • Champion USBA Featherweight
  9. 9. • The fourth fight against Pacquiao was held on December 8, 2012, and Marquez previously had said he would seek the knockout to avoid the jueces.7 decision was the Filipino who first touched the canvas in the third round, after a good volley Marquez right. From the 4th round Pacquiao began to prevail, even knocking down Marquez in the fifth assault who also suffered a cut on his nose, the Mexican could knock him out in the final seconds of the sixth round, leaving Pacquiao on canvas totally inconsciente.8

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