Thursday, November 18, 2010

Paul Williams’ desires match with Manny Pacquiao

Paul Williams and Serqio Martinez will meet on Saturday at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey, for the World Boxing Council version of a crown, with a downhearted agreement that is demanded by Williams’ team that the upper weight limit is 158 pounds and not the division limit of 160.

The world middleweight championship is one of the highlighted titles in professional boxing with a prize held by some of the greatest fighters who ever lived.

The negotiating power by Williams’ adviser AL Haymon is just another sign to be reckoned at. He dedicate it to everyone who is involved including HBO, Martinez promoter Lou DiBella and Williams promoter Dan Goossen with regards to the terms of the fight would be.

The middleweight belt is just sidelight to the Williams Martinez rematch. The real prize, if any of those would dare to answer, is having a fight with the reigning 8 title holder, the pound for pound king, Manny Pacquiao.

Goossen has been so vocal with his desire to have a match for Williams against Pacquiao or maybe Floyd Mayweather Jr. DiBella hasn’t voiced out his initiations but he is very certain if Martinez prevails on Saturday, DiBella will surely plead the case for a Pacquiao-Martinez bout.

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