Fight or Flight, Done Right

BY The Sweet Science ON December 11, 2012
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"Marquez burns with fierce pride that seems to keep him afloat when he gets hurt...Marquez becomes very lucent when hurt, ultra aware of his opponent and his surroundings just when he looks like he's almost ready to go. The Mexican Warrior feeds off his adrenaline better than any athlete I've witnessed in this generation..and is probably one of the most dangerous fighters when hurt since Larry Holmes." ---Brown Sugar notes that Marquez' fight or flight instinct makes him ultra-dangerous when he's "in trouble"

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