Nacho Beristáin attacks Morales the Dreadful for the fight between Dynamite and Pacquiao: “It wasn’t luck”

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The legendary boxing trainer had a conversation with the former world champion and criticized him for underestimating Dynamite’s victory over Pacman.

Nacho Beristáin shot Morales the Terrible for downplaying Juan Manuel Márquez's victory over Manny Pacquiao (Photos: Twitter/@SteveKim323,@CarlosEmilioGil)
Nacho Beristáin shot Morales the Terrible for downplaying Juan Manuel Márquez’s victory over Manny Pacquiao (Photos: Twitter/@SteveKim323,@CarlosEmilioGil)

victory Juan Manuel Marquez on manny pacquiao It is one of the most memorable written in Mexican boxing history. Although the event is widely celebrated, some characters Eric Morales He pointed out that it was the result of the struggle. fluke . Years later, during a face-to-face conversation, Ignacio Beristain who was the coach Dynamiteshe reproached him for his opinion.

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during a conversation between nachos Beristine Y Eric Terrible Morales the coach cataloged Márquez’s victory in the fourth challenge. pacman Pacquiao As the most relevant in his coaching career. He even dared to see her as a being. “historical event” so he raised his voice when he remembered that they had come to imply that victory was not deserved by his disciple.

Dynamite defeated Pacman in the fourth match in its history (Photo: Getty Images)
Dynamite defeated Pacman in the fourth match in its history (Photo: Getty Images)
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“They say there is one fluke . When we went to the press conference, they told me it was a coincidence. I thought (Mauricio) Sulaimán or (Eduardo) Lamazón said it, and I told them. ‘I don’t know who the pndejo said that, but it wasn’t luck’. In boxing, as Sylvester Stalone does in the movies, there are only lucky shots in movies, but not lucky shots,” he said with a laugh.

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A few moments before he gave his statement, Beristáin recalled the arguments his student had presented in the ring, in which he had succeeded in defeating the fighter who had defeated him twice before. He even realized that the Filipino had managed to contain the fight, but made a timely move. Dynamite helped her stay victorious.

The Mexican's victory was by knockout (Photo: Getty Images)
The Mexican’s victory was by knockout (Photo: Getty Images)

“The round in which Pacquiao hurt him the most was the round where Juan threw a few punches in the stomach with his right hand. He put in a tie for about three metres. He had a small wound when he got to the corner and the wall was half dreaming and he told me. Nacho, I have it. I think I’m going to knock him out’ . Julio (César Chávez) told (Eduardo) Lamazón that Juan was looking for the hit, and finished in the next round ” he reminded.

After listening to the coach’s intervention, Terrible Morales recognized who is the author of the controversial phrase that offends the column Dynamite. However, he tried to justify his claim by citing wealth implied by the organization. four fights between two fighters. It should be noted that there is competition. Juan Manuel vs. pacman It is the only one in history that has been extended to so many chapters.

In December 2012, the Mexican and Filipino formed the ring to give life to the fourth challenge of their rivalry, but the result rattled the participants in the sports arena thanks to the decline suffered by Pacman Pacquiao.

“Luck is nothing be at the right time with something that has worked hard. We don’t get it wrong. When it’s coincidence, it’s something unthinkable. What happened that you worked hard but fought three times, how many opportunities do you have? Sometimes there is no rematch . There are very rarely triads. . Chance. Moreover, because after too many rounds you are grabbing the ching*dazo that you practice a lot”.

thanks to victory, Juan Manuel Marquez be second boxer The Mexican who can beat the Filipino. And until the night of December 8, 2012, Erick Morales just Aztec boxer who managed to break the impressive record in world history. pacman.

Marquez vs Pacquiao IV

After three episodes where the balance backed Pacman with one draw and two wins, Márquez was able to justify his disagreement with the results given by the referees. To leave no room for doubt, in the sixth episode, he hit a solid cross that sent his opponent to the canvas. The scene was one of contrasts because pacman remained unconscious On the ground, Márquez celebrated his first victory over the Filipinos in the air.

Source: Info Bae

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