Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Roach ill-equipped defense plan blames on Pacquiao's Loss
By Mortz C. Ortigoza
Manny Pacquiao's trainer Freddie Roach was to be blamed why Manny Pacquiao was knocked down in the 3rd Round and Knocked out cold faced down on the canvas by Juan Manuel Marquez when they fought for their quadrilogy at MGM Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada in December 9, 2012.
Consummate boxing trainer Floyd Mayweather, Sr has been right all the way when he kept mocking Roach how he trained Pacquiao. He said Freddie did not teach Manny some defenses.
Because of it Manny has paid for its consequences when he bumped on a solid "God knows how powerful it was" right straight punch of Marquez whose impacted was aided by the forced of his torso and left leg.
I said here: "Roach has lost on his five recent marquee bouts where all of his defense ill-equipped wards have been defeated. Lamont Peterson defeated Roach’s ward Amir Khan, Danny Garcia knocked-out Khan, Tim Bradley defeated Pacquiao, Sergio Martinez defeated Roach's ward Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr., and Marquez “hit with a sledge hammer “ Pacquiao." In Manny's multi-million of U.S dollars outing with Marquez late next year, Roach should not only spruce up the defense of his ward but conditioned him to the helm that he can absorbed power punches everytime he is being hit. Remember Oscar dela Hoya biting by pushing up and down a rope that carries iron weights to buttress his chin and jaw?