After Pacman's hard punches, why do you think Margarito didn't give up?

@eLsMarie (4135)
Philippines
November 16, 2010 9:35pm CST
Please help me guys. Our teacher told us to explain in science to why Margarito didn't knocked out? I'm having a difficult time already. It's hard!
4 responses
@angelic123 (1112)
• United States
17 Nov 10
I think it is the adrenaline. Adrenaline gives you power and energy that you will never think that you have.I also assume that he had a mind set that he will go on no matter what. In psychology mind set is having nothing truthful of powerful beyond the limit that your mind had set or focus on to.
@eLsMarie (4135)
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
Can you elaborate it more? Sorry. I'm no good at this.
• United States
17 Nov 10
Adrenaline is a hormone secreted in the body by adrenal glands. When produced in the body it dilates blood vessels. Increase heart rate and blood flow. It is the way body reacts to to dangerous situation. When the veins is dilated in allows more oxygen to flow in the body increasing the body's performance. Since Margarito is in a very dangerous situation his body reacted to it. Adrenaline rush to his veins giving him energy to continue with the fight. Gaining more punches from Pacquiao signals the brain that he is in a very dangerous situation that something should be done to protect his body. The brain accepts this signal and produce this adrenaline to help Margarito's body to cope will the punches keeping him focus on the fight. Have you ever heard a man lifted a big refrigerator when he learned that there is fire? that is adrenaline giving the body power and stamina to cope with the situation.
@eLsMarie (4135)
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
Thanks you very much angelic123...Now, I'm beginning to think that you're a scientist... Kidding aside, thank you so...so much!
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
It's hard to explain it in a scientific way. You could say that It's cuz of antonio's body. It's kinda arched forward therefore providing extra spring effect as he's being hit buy manny's punches. Although that would be more on physics.
@eLsMarie (4135)
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
I think you had the right answer. Can you explain it further? Please... Our teacher told us that's it's connected to Physics.
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
Just look at his body. It's arched forward. Whenever he takes a shot, it arches back like a spring with the motion starting from his neck. A knock out originates from the brain but if your body acts as a spring, the punches' impact diminishes.
@eLsMarie (4135)
• Philippines
18 Nov 10
Thank you very much frontvisions101. I'm already making an article to it.
@fherfher (259)
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
In my opinion, Margarito didn't give up because of his pride and determination to win the fight no matter how hard he had been through. He showed a good attitude being a boxer. I think he did his best to win , but just unfortunately he didn't. Manny and Margarito were trained, and trainings made them strong to accept pains. Maybe this training made him to last until the last round. And this training had help him a lot.
@gaiza12 (4890)
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
I believe so it's because of his pride and determination. I think if it wasn't with these two he wouldn't be finishing the fight. Margarito is in fairness t him, is a good fighter.
@eLsMarie (4135)
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
Thank you guys... I don't how on Earth you both come up with an answer to it but you did helped me a lot. Thanks once again!
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
Do you know why gays remain gays despite the public's hard criticisms? Try to research that too and it may say everything about why Margarito stayed standing throughout the fight.
@eLsMarie (4135)
• Philippines
18 Nov 10
Was it because he feels like rejected in the first place that's why he wants to prove to world that he's also good?