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You could ask 100 boxing experts to name the most important attribute a fighter needs to be successful.
You'd probably hear such diverse answers as punching power, fast hands, quick feet, a good chin and plenty of courage.
All of them are good answers, but none of them is the answer.
They're all wrong. Dead wrong.
I'd suggest that zero of those 100 experts would actually get it correct.
Without question, though, the answer would have to be the ability to breathe.
If you doubt that, ask Israel Vazquez, who on Saturday will take on Rafael Marquez for the fourth time in their glorious rivalry in a Showtime-televised card from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Vazquez has won the last two meetings between the men, two of the better fights in modern times, both of which were named the Yahoo! Sports Fight of the Year.
In the first one, though, the record shows that Marquez won by technical knockout in the seventh round.
Vazquez, though, simplyRead More »from Motivation abounds as rivalry hits round four