Difference between revisions of "Chris John vs. Juan Manuel Marquez"

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*'''[[World Boxing Association]] Featherweight Title''' (4th. defending of Marquez)<br>
 
*'''[[World Boxing Association]] Featherweight Title''' (4th. defending of Marquez)<br>
Referee: [[Guillermo Pérez Pineda]]<br>
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*'''Referee:''' [[Guillermo Pérez Pineda]]<br>
Judges scoring: [[Oscar Pérez (USA)]] (116-110), [[Takeshi Shimakawa]] (117-111), [[Pinij Prayadsab]] (116-112)<br>  
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*'''Judges scoring:''' [[Oscar Pérez (USA)]] (116-110), [[Takeshi Shimakawa]] (117-111), [[Pinij Prayadsab]] (116-112)<br>  
Weights: 125 lbs (each)  
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*Weights: 125 lbs (each)  
 
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== Comment(s): ==
 
== Comment(s): ==

Revision as of 14:26, 18 March 2007

2006-03-04 : Chris John 125 lbs beat Juan Manuel Marquez 125 lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

Photo: Jeff Pamungkas


Comment(s):

- Marquez's scores were deducted twice for repeated low blows in rounds 10 and 11.
- This is the second mandatory fight for Chris John.
- The IBF decided to strip Juan Manuel Marquez's IBF belt, after no promoter bid for the IBF mandatory title fight Marquez vs Farakorb Rakkietgym (August 2005).
- The IBF's decision influenced the WBA to revoke Marquez's status as the super champion, and soon instructing John as the regular champion to fight Marquez in a mandatory bout.
- The WBA conducted a purse bid for John vs Marquez, October 2005. The only bidder MTM Promotions won the purse bid with the minimum bid of US$ 125,001.
- MTM Promotions sold the right of the fight to the Indonesian promoter Muhammad Arsyad, enabling the fight to be featured in Indonesia.
- March 4, 2006 becomes the final date of the fight after two postponments of initially scheduled matches on December 9, 2005 and February 4, 2006, canceled due to John's ankle ligament injury.
- The venue is actually a parking lot of Putri Karang Melenu Sports Hall, Tenggarong, which was developed into a new open air venue, and to be named as "The Golden Gate Arena".
- Can someone add bout information?