In the fight world, this past Saturday was a long day. The UFC on FOX 5 was on and boxing offered Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Márquez for the fourth time. Márquez's sixth round KO left many wondering if the always talked about superfight between Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. was worth it.
UFC owner Lorenzo Fertitta went to Twitter to express how he thinks boxing blew the possible superfight.
The UFC has not been able to put together a superfight of their own between who many consider the top three MMA fighters in world with Anderson Silva (33-4), Georges St-Pierre (23-2) and Jon Jones (17-1). With the exception of Silva, the others have been linked to fights in their respective weight class for 2013.
- Anderson Silva Targeting Summer Return To The Octagon
- Jon Jones Recovering Well From His Elbow Injury
- Carlos Condit On Rematching Rory MacDonald: "I'm In"
- Mark Hominick Announces His Retirement From MMA
- Bellator Delays Rad Martinez-Shahbulat Shamhalaev Bout Until 2013
- UFC On Fox 5 Official Numbers Release; Event Drew 4.4 Million Viewers
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