Two of the country’s most followed boxers, Manny Pacuiao and Juan Manuel Marquez are slated to enter the ring and engage in a special pay-per-view boxing event on December 8th, 2012. If fans feel as though this matchup sounds familiar it is because this will be the fourth time that the two premier fighters will be taking the ring in one of this big, live-broadcast events. The last fight, which took place in November of 2011 and was considered to be one of the most intense showdowns between the fighters. The title of winner was eventually given to Pacquiao although many felt as though Marquez deserved to be the winner. This fight, which was broadcast live in HBO brought a great deal of debate to the sport and to the event in particular and had fans arguing for months.From this debate spawned the 2012 Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez IV. This fight is considered to be the deciding factor in who was really the better boxer after last years match. In the months leading up to the fight, both sides have released statements indicating they are more than ready to take on their opponent in another match up with both promising the ability to knock out their competitors. However, no matter who is projected to be the winner in the fight that has notoriously been one of the closest match ups in the sport, fans can expect that this battle will be one of the biggest the sport has ever seen.For the fighters there is a great deal of publicity on the line, and a great deal of money as this fight is supposed to have some of the biggest payouts in boxing history. Pay-per-view channels have been promoting the light for months and while millions have already paid to see the action on their television screens, there are also opportunities for fans to see this fight live. Tickets are available for fans who want to see the two battle each other at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. Whether boxing fans look to see the event in person or through pay-per-view there is no denying that this matchup will once again be one of the most exciting the sport has ever seen.