Michael Rosenthal

THE RING December issue: At a glance

 

He’s back. Manny Pacquiao, the No. 1 fighter in the world, faces nemesis Juan Manuel Marquez in a long-awaited third fight Nov. 12 in Las Vegas on HBO Pay-Per-View.

And THE RING gives you all you want to know about the fight in a comprehensive 34-page preview in a special December 2011 issue of the magazine, which is on newsstands nationwide now.

The preview package includes:

  • Don Stradley, a regular contributor, asks whether Marquez can spoil Pacquiao’s legacy in The Knight vs. the Dragon.
  • Doug Fischer, Associate Editor of the magazine, takes a look back at the first two fights between Pacquiao and Marquez in Pacquiao-Marquez I and II: A Look Back.
  • Contributor Lee Groves breaks down the fighters’ first two meetings in terms of numbers in Who Would’ve Figured?
  • Columnist Norm Frauenheim writes in “Very East Fight for Pacquiao” that the third installments in trilogies don’t always live up to the first two.
  • Pacquiao makes it clear in The Reluctant Mexicutioner, by Editor Michael Rosenthal, that he doesn’t like that moniker.
  • Columnist Gary Andrew Poole asks the question: Is Manny Pacquiao the Most Popular Athlete in the World?
  • Rosenthal gives you his list ofThe 10 Greatest Mexican Fighters.
  • Contributor Jake Donovan writes that Marquez Found his Greatest Succcess Late in his Career.
  • Fischer breaks down the fight in our head-to-head analysis Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez.

Also in this issue, columnist Ron Borges explores one of boxing’s most-perplexing tragedies in What Killed Arturo Gatti?

Former judge Chuck Giampa asks a question that many boxing fans ask: How Can Judges Score the Same Fight So Differently?

Fischer writes in In Search of Redemption that Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito both have extra motivation for their pay-per-view rematch on Dec. 3.

THE RING provides a look at the compelling new book Hard Luck: The Triumph and Tragedy of “Irish” Jerry Quarry by Steve Springer and Blake Chavez.

In A Walking Miracle, contribuer Joseph Santoliquito writes about the remarkable evolution of light heavyweight titleholder Beibut Shumenov.

And Rosenthal looks back on An Ugly Night in Vegas, the ill-fated fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Victor Ortiz.

 

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