Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez met last night to close the book on a trilogy that saw three incredibly competitive fights over seven and a half years. While the trilogy may be over, we may now be treated to one more fight to make it a tetralogy.
As he made his way through an angry crowd that shouted obscenities at him, Arum told Yahoo! Sports, "It was a great, great fight. I had Manny, but it was close, so why not bring them together again in May? It makes a lot of sense to do that."
If the megafight with Floyd Mayweather, Jr. can't get done, it's possible that a fourth fight between the two is the biggest money option for Pacquiao. While Timothy Bradley is a talented boxer, he's not exactly a name that draws big interest.
That leaves ideas like a possible rematch with Miguel Cotto if Cotto gets by Antonio Margarito in their December bout as the only other options that may draw money and interest on any level beyond "Pacquiao is fighting."