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Marquez, at 36 ten years older than his opponent, retained his WBO and WBA lightweight titles, and won this rematch by outpunching Diaz 288 to 155 on blows which connected. Marquez broke Diaz' lip to pieces with hard left jabs and hard overhand rights that scored, backing Diaz up during this bout. Marquez had a swollen right eye, but it was not a factor in the bout. 140 pound champion [[Amir Khan]] was in attendance and was mentioned as a possible future opponent for Marquez, as was super featherweight [[Robert Guerrero]], a winner earlier in the evening over [[Joel Casamayor]] on this card. Diaz, a loser of four of his last six bouts, also was studying for his law school entrance exam in preparation for a career change before the Marquez bout.
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== Notes ==
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[[File:Juan Manuel Marquez vs. Juan Diaz 2 (poster).jpg|right|300px]]
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Marquez, at 36 ten years older than his opponent, retained his WBO and WBA lightweight titles, and won this rematch by outpunching Diaz 288 to 155 on blows which connected. Marquez broke Diaz' lip to pieces with hard left jabs and hard overhand rights that scored, backing Diaz up during this bout. Marquez had a swollen right eye, but it was not a factor. Clean bout. 140 pound champion [[Amir Khan]] was in attendance and was mentioned as a possible future opponent for Marquez, as was super featherweight [[Robert Guerrero]], a winner earlier in the evening over [[Joel Casamayor]] on this card. Diaz, a loser of four of his last six bouts, also was studying for his law school entrance exam in preparation for a career change before the Marquez bout.

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Total Punches Marquez Diaz Landed 288 155 Thrown 672 579 Pct. 43% 27% Jabs Marquez Diaz Landed 120 81 Thrown 324 336 Pct. 37% 24% Power Punches Marquez Diaz Landed 168 74 Thrown 348 243 Pct. 48% 30%

2010-07-31 : Juan Manuel Marquez 133½ lbs beat Juan Diaz 135 lbs by UD in round 12 of 12


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Juan Manuel Marquez vs. Juan Diaz 2 (poster).jpg

Marquez, at 36 ten years older than his opponent, retained his WBO and WBA lightweight titles, and won this rematch by outpunching Diaz 288 to 155 on blows which connected. Marquez broke Diaz' lip to pieces with hard left jabs and hard overhand rights that scored, backing Diaz up during this bout. Marquez had a swollen right eye, but it was not a factor. Clean bout. 140 pound champion Amir Khan was in attendance and was mentioned as a possible future opponent for Marquez, as was super featherweight Robert Guerrero, a winner earlier in the evening over Joel Casamayor on this card. Diaz, a loser of four of his last six bouts, also was studying for his law school entrance exam in preparation for a career change before the Marquez bout.