Legendary pugilist Manny â€œPac-Manâ€ Pacquiao thoroughly dominated Antonio â€œTijuana Tornadoâ€ Margarito to earn a lopsided unanimous decision and capture the vacant WBC super welterweight world title Saturday night at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.Despite sacrificing 17 pounds and nearly five inches in height, Pacquiao (52-3-2, 38 KOs) violently thrashed Margarito (38-7-0-1, 27 KOs) and broke the Mexican cheaterâ€™s right eye socket.Margarito is scheduled to have surgery Tuesday in â€œThe Lone Star State.â€â€œI canâ€™t believe that I beat someone this big and strong,â€ said Pacquiao, 31, the first boxer in history to win 10 world titles in eight different weight divisions. â€œItâ€™s hard. I really do my best to win the fight.â€Pacquiaoâ€™s trainer, Freddie Roach, contended the 36-minute massacre should have been halted far earlier in the bout.â€œWe didnâ€™t lose a round,â€ said Roach, 50, a native of Dedham. â€œI wish they would have stopped the fight.â€Pacquiaoâ€™s greatness has never been questioned and it never will be.However, â€œPac-Manâ€™sâ€ virtuoso performance this past weekend was so brilliant it is hard to fathom anyone can even compete with him in the squared circle at this juncture.Floyd Mayweather, Jr. (41-0, 25 KOs) possesses the skills to trump Pacquiao.Unfortunately, â€œPretty Boyâ€ has proven he is a yellow charlatan who doesnâ€™t have the stones to battle Pacquiao.Therefore, Mayweather is out of the equation as a viable opponent for Pacquiao.The only other current prizefighter who could potentially thwart Pacquiao is former two-time WBO welterweight titlist Paul â€œThe Punisherâ€ Williams.Williams (39-1, 27 KOs) is slated to scrap Sergio Gabriel Martinez for the WBC middleweight crown Saturday night at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J.â€œThe Punisher,â€ a southpaw who is rightfully billed as the most â€œavoided fighter in the world,â€ defeated Martinez (45-2-2, 24 KOs) by a controversial majority decision last December.Martinez, who also dabbled professionally as a cyclist and soccer player and only began boxing at the late age of 20, captured his belt April 17 when he overcame â€œThe Ghostâ€ Kelly Pavlik (36-2, 32 KOs) by a unanimous decision.The rematch between Williams and Martinez will be fought at a catch weight of 157 pounds.â€œItâ€™s at 157 because we didnâ€™t have a choice,â€ said Martinezâ€™s promoter Lou DiBella, a graduate of Tufts University and Harvard Law School. â€œWilliams wanted the catchweight. There was an issue on the weight and we gave on the weight.â€Williams, who is rated by Ring Magazine as the number five pound-for-pound pugilist in the world, is extremely tall and lanky and his awkward style has created nightmares for opponents.â€œThe Punisherâ€ suffered his only loss as a professional to â€œEl Indioâ€ Carlos Quintana (27-3, 21 KOs) via unanimous decision in February 2008.However, Williams proved Quintanaâ€™s victory was an utter fluke when he demolished â€œEl Indioâ€ four months later by a first-round TKO.Martinez possesses blinding quickness and his punching volume is remarkably aggressive.Fans of â€œThe Sweet Scienceâ€ will be granted a tremendous contest this weekend between two elite prizefighters.Nevertheless, expect Williams to â€œpunishâ€ the talented Martinez and win by a decisive triumph within ten rounds.Subsequently, if he is ever afforded the opportunity, look for Williams to possibly hand Pacquiao his first defeat since he lost a unanimous decision to Erik Morales in March 2005.The most â€œavoided fighter in the worldâ€ has the abilities to beat the greatest boxer of this generation.