A Saturday press conference is in the works for smack-talkers Adrien Broner and Paulie Malignaggi.
Juan Manuel Marquez doubts that he could "ever have a real, personal relationship" with Manny Pacquiao out of the ring, to which Pacquiao said "That's his problem."
Juan Manuel Marquez: "As for the steroids, I'm willing to give myself to any anti-doping tests. Why don't Manny Pacquiao and I both do it? I don't care. To shut everybody up. And, of course, my exams have always been clear."
Juan Manuel Marquez on Manny Pacquiao: "It seems that Manny has only one opponent every time we fight -- me -- while I have four – Manny and the three judges."
Manny Pacquiao after his third fight with Juan Manuel Marquez: "When I got back to the dressing room I thought, 'That finally settles that. I won’t have to fight Juan Manuel Marquez again.'"
"After I scored the knockdown, early in the fight, I went back to my corner thinking I would finish him in the next round. Freddie Roach told me, 'We have him right where we want him. Finish it.'"
Juan Manuel Marquez on the second fight with Manny Pacquiao: "I still get very angry when I think about hearing those scores being read. After two fights I felt I had won at least 19 of the 24 rounds."
HBO's 24/7 series chronicling the events leading up to Manny Pacquiao-Juan Manuel Marquez IV will debut on Saturday in advance of the network's double-header featuring Broner-DeMarco and Mitchell-Banks.
Juan Manuel Marquez: "This fight, I will try to knock out Manny Pacquiao. There is no way that I can let this fight be a decision."
Manny Pacquiao will make his seventh appearance on HBO's 24/7 series on Nov. 17 in advance of his fourth bout against Juan Manuel Marquez.
Freddie Roach on Manny Pacquiao's motivation for Juan Manuel Marquez: "When I was sitting there with him, he scratched into the cloth on the table, 'We need a knockout to win.' I mean, he spelled that out, and he's never said that to me before a fight in his life."
Trainer Nacho Beristain believes that the fourth time will be the charm for Juan Manuel Marquez against Manny Pacquiao.
Juan Manuel Marquez's controversial strength coach says Marquez will be an even stronger overall fighter for his fourth bout with Manny Pacquiao on Dec. 8.
Manny Pacquiao's advisor, Michael Koncz, says that the fighter will return to the ring on Dec. 1 rather than Nov. 10.
Manny Pacquiao's advisor and promoter are on their way to the Philippines to discuss the fighter's next move, which could be a return bout with either Tim Bradley, Juan Manuel Marquez or Miguel Cotto.
A Nov. 10 rematch with either Tim Bradley, Juan Manuel Marquez or Miguel Cotto appears to be the likely scenario for Manny Pacquiao, while a highly-anticipated mega bout against Floyd Mayweather Jr. is considered a long shot.
Tim Bradley has vacated the WBO's 140-pound belt in the wake of his split-decision victory that dethroned Manny Pacquiao for the organization's 147-pound title.