When: November 13, 2010
Where: Cowboys Stadium
HBO 24/7 Pacquiao-Margarito will return on October 23, 2010.Comparing Resumes
Has a pro record of 51-3-2 (38 KOs). One of the best records of the modern era. Beat Chatchai Sasakul for his first title. Sasakul was linear Flyweight Champion who had dethroned flyweight-of-the-nineties Yuri Arbachakov. Beat “the man” at 122 in classy Lehlo Ledwaba. Holds two wins each over Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik Morales—two of the signature lower-weight fighters of the past quarter-century. Holds a draw and decision win over future Hall of Famer Juan Manuel Marquez. Effectively ended the careers of Oscar De La Hoya and Ricky Hatton. Welterweight credentials bolstered by wins over top guys Miguel Cotto and Joshua Clottey. Has beaten 16 fighters with world title resumes.
Has a pro record of 38-6 (27 KOs). A pro since he was 15, Margarito has almost 17 years of experience under his belt. Like Pacquiao, took a few knocks early, losing 3 fights before he was out of his teens. Began making strides in 1999, beating fellow prospect Danny Perez. Scored a 2000 TKO win over current Middleweight Champion Sergio Martinez. Strangely, was winless in 2 bouts with Daniel Santos, a one-round No Contest and a technical decision loss, both ended by cuts. Holds two impressive knockouts over Kermit Cintron, a decision win over Clottey, and a passionately fought TKO over Miguel Cotto. Losses to Paul Williams and Shane Mosley hurt his momentum. The loaded gloves controversy threatened to end his career.
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