Juan Manuel Marquez doesn't want fifth fight with Pacquiao - All sport round-up

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They’ve fought four times so far, but there will be no fifth bout between Juan Manuel Marquez and Manny Pacquiao.

According to the former, there’s no real interest in making a quintet out of the famous fight saga, although he claims Pacquiao may want it.

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“I think they [Top Rank and Pacquiao] are interested, but not me,” Marquez said on the matter, as per reports.


Across to F1 and McLaren are 99.9 percent sure of securing a new sponsorship deal as they look to combat the anticipated cash shortfall caused by their weak performances this season.

Eric Boullier, the team’s Racing Director, said he couldn’t guarantee a sponsorship 100%, but he’s still confident.

"We have not definitely asked Honda about that scenario [asking Honda for more money] because it's still early days," Boullier said.

"As a partner we obviously have to address this scenario next year. As a team as well, we are working hard to improve our sponsorship portfolio and I cannot guarantee you 100 per cent, but 99.9 per cent there will be some announcements soon."


In rugby, Sam Burgess and Brad Barritt look set to be named as the two starting centres for England’s crunch World Cup match against Wales this weekend.

Jonathan Joseph could be ruled out by injury, and if he is then it’s believed Burgess and Barritt will form a hopefully positive partnership.


Last but not least, the disbelief continues to spread regarding Robert Lewandowski's performance for Bayern Munich last night.

The striker scored five goals in nine minutes as Bayern thumped Wolfsburg 5-1. We’re not sure, but there’s got to be a record broken in there somewhere.

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