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FIGHT NEWS

World Super Featherweight Boxing Championship

 
Champion Manny Pacquiao vs. Champion Juan Manuel Marquez 
 
In another monster boxing match in 2008, Main Event Television will televise the World Super Featherweight boxing championship match between Champion Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao and Champion Juan Manuel Marquez LIVE this coming weekend on Sunday 16 March 2008 from 12:00pm AEDT.
 
This boxing match titled "Last Man Standing" will be held at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, USA.  
 
Both boxers have impressive winning records. 29 year-old Manny Pacquiao from The Philippines has 45 wins, 3 losses, 2 draws and 35 knockout victories. 34 year-old Juan Manuel Marquez from Mexico has 48 wins, 3 losses, 1 draw and 35 knockout victories.
 
How do we know this will be a great fight?
 
Pacquiao and Marquez are considered by The Ring magazine, 'The Bible of Boxing', as the No.2 and No.3 best boxers in the world today. They also fought a thrilling twelve round battle in May 2004, which ended in a draw!
 
The main event and undercard commencing at 12:00pm AEDT are available on pay-per-view from MAIN EVENT TELEVISION via FOXTEL, OPTUS and AUSTAR. 
 
Please make note of this major boxing match for your television guides.
 
Thankyou, 
 
PAUL UPHAM
Boxing Writer & Commentator
0412 400 386
 
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ABOUT PAUL UPHAM

One of Australia and the worlds best known boxing writers and commentators today, Paul Upham is the Editor of SecondsOut.com and has written for the website continuously since 2000. The Editor of the Australian Boxing Almanac, he has also written pieces for The Australian newspaper, Fox SportsMain Event Television, KO and The Ring. 36 year-old Upham has appeared live on air as a boxing analyst for Main Event Television, Sky Channel, Fox Sports, Sky News Australia, SBS television, Radio 2UE Sydney, Radio SEN Melbourne and writes monthly for The Fist magazine. He is a member of The Ring magazine's world ratings panel. Paul Upham called the Kostya Tszyu vs. Ricky Hatton fight live from Manchester, England for a world wide viewing audience in the multi millions in more than 60 countries. In 2006 and 2007 he Emceed the Australian Boxing Hall of Fame Annual Induction Dinner in Melbourne and for the last few years has hosted the successful Kostya Tszyu live stage show. On October 5, 2007, Upham's new book "Something Worth Fighting For", a biography on Kostya Tszyu, was published by ABC Books. 

 
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