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 Post subject: Pacquiao WON THE FIGHT
PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 2:33 pm 
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http://www.boxingnews24.com/2015/05/may ... her-story/

The big fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is over and while many were expecting a slug fest, others anticipated a competitive chest match. After hearing the score cards and watching the final punch count, results raised suspicion.

Instead of buying into leg cramps, shots, sore hands and shoulder, etc., it would be best to watch the entire fight and score each round. Take a look and I encourage any boxing fan to do so. Also, please note Manny Pacquiao burst of flurry punches didn’t give him an edge in this fight.



Round 1 Winner Floyd

Floyd

Punches Thrown-54

Punches Landed- 6

Hit Percentage 12.5%



Manny

Punches Thrown-27

Punches Landed- 2

Hit Percentage .08%



Round 2 Winner Sway Round (Due to equal punches landed)

Floyd

Punches Thrown-43

Punches Landed- 9

Hit Percentage 26%



Manny

Punches Thrown-32

Punches Landed- 9

Hit Percentage 39%



Round 3 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-25

Punches Landed- 3

Hit Percentage 13%



Manny

Punches Thrown-33

Punches Landed- 8

Hit Percentage 32%



Round 4 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-25

Punches Landed- 5

Hit Percentage 25%



Manny

Punches Thrown-48

Punches Landed- 20

Hit Percentage 71%



Round 5 Winner Floyd

Floyd

Punches Thrown-44

Punches Landed- 5

Hit Percentage 12%



Manny

Punches Thrown-22

Punches Landed- 2

Hit Percentage 10%



Round 6 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-34

Punches Landed- 6

Hit Percentage 21%



Manny

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 11

Hit Percentage 27%



Round 7 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-45

Punches Landed- 2

Hit Percentage .04%



Manny

Punches Thrown-29

Punches Landed- 7

Hit Percentage 31%



Round 8 Winner Floyd or Sway Round (Due to very close punches landed)

Floyd

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 6

Hit Percentage 17%



Manny

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 5

Hit Percentage 14%



Round 9 Winner Floyd or Sway Round (Due to very close punches landed)

Floyd

Punches Thrown-31

Punches Landed- 10

Hit Percentage 47%



Manny

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 11

Hit Percentage 37%



Round 10 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-38

Punches Landed- 3

Hit Percentage .08%



Manny

Punches Thrown-38

Punches Landed- 10

Hit Percentage 35%



Round 11 Winner Floyd

Floyd

Punches Thrown-52

Punches Landed- 9

Hit Percentage 20%



Manny

Punches Thrown-32

Punches Landed- 6

Hit Percentage 23%



Round 12 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 4

Hit Percentage 11%



Manny

Punches Thrown-33

Punches Landed- 7

Hit Percentage 25%



Final

Floyd

Total Punches Thrown 471

Total Punches Landed 68

PCT%- 14.5

Rounds Won- 1, 5, 8, 9, and 11



Manny

Total Punches Thrown 414

Total Punches Landed 98

PCT%- 23.4

Rounds Won 3, 4, 6, 7, 10 and 12



Sway Round- Round #2



Final (Plausible scores with sway rounds)

114-114 Draw (Gave all sway rounds in favor of Floyd)

117-113 Manny (Gave 2 of 3 sway rounds in favor of Floyd)

116-112 Manny (Gave 1 of 3 sway rounds in favor of Floyd)

118-112 Manny (Gave all sway rounds in favor of Manny)



Scoring solely on Punches Landed with the highest accuracy connect percentage for each round

118-112 Manny

Scoring solely on the total output of Punches thrown for each round

118-112 Floyd

Official Judge Score Cards

118-112 In favor Floyd

116-112 In favor Floyd

116-112 In favor Floyd

I’ll leave this article with one comment. For the sake of arguing, during the whole replay analysis, no explanation can come to fruition on where compubox got the Total landed punches for Floyd, which was a reported 148; more than double from the replay count. Both fighters landed less than 100 total punches and hit percentage was less than a total of 25%. Nevada Judges should offer some insight.


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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 2:35 pm 
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Move on pre. Talo talaga.


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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 2:40 pm 
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fuk moving on lol so many people who watched the replay saw a very different fight

i DARE you to watch the replay with sounds off. HBO commentators can really affect what you see throughout the fight.

as for me, i also scored the fight for Mayweather when i watched it live. that is with a friend beside me cheering for Mayweather(he placed a bet on floyd)

he was cheering everytime Floyd threw a punch and was telling me 'yun o, tumama un' even when clearly most of the punches were being blocked or slipped
i told him that nope, hindi tumama. but did that affect my scoring? possibly.

so i watched the replay with no sounds and yep, i saw a very very different fight


THERE IS NO WAY IN HELL THAT 118-110 was possible


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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 2:44 pm 
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Frighty wrote:
fuk moving on lol so many people who watched the replay saw a very different fight

i DARE you to watch the replay with sounds off. HBO commentators can really affect what you see throughout the fight.

as for me, i also scored the fight for Mayweather when i watched it live. that is with a friend beside me cheering for Mayweather(he placed a bet on floyd)

he was cheering everytime Floyd threw a punch and was telling me 'yun o, tumama un' even when clearly most of the punches were being blocked or slipped
i told him that nope, hindi tumama. but did that affect my scoring? possibly.

so i watched the replay with no sounds and yep, i saw a very very different fight


THERE IS NO WAY IN HELL THAT 118-110 was possible

I'm sure that one judge who scored 118-110 has cataracts.


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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 2:58 pm 
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Frighty wrote:
http://www.boxingnews24.com/2015/05/mayweather-vs-pacquiao-replay-tells-another-story/

The big fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is over and while many were expecting a slug fest, others anticipated a competitive chest match. After hearing the score cards and watching the final punch count, results raised suspicion.

Instead of buying into leg cramps, shots, sore hands and shoulder, etc., it would be best to watch the entire fight and score each round. Take a look and I encourage any boxing fan to do so. Also, please note Manny Pacquiao burst of flurry punches didn’t give him an edge in this fight.



Round 1 Winner Floyd

Floyd

Punches Thrown-54

Punches Landed- 6

Hit Percentage 12.5%



Manny

Punches Thrown-27

Punches Landed- 2

Hit Percentage .08%



Round 2 Winner Sway Round (Due to equal punches landed)

Floyd

Punches Thrown-43

Punches Landed- 9

Hit Percentage 26%



Manny

Punches Thrown-32

Punches Landed- 9

Hit Percentage 39%



Round 3 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-25

Punches Landed- 3

Hit Percentage 13%



Manny

Punches Thrown-33

Punches Landed- 8

Hit Percentage 32%



Round 4 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-25

Punches Landed- 5

Hit Percentage 25%



Manny

Punches Thrown-48

Punches Landed- 20

Hit Percentage 71%



Round 5 Winner Floyd

Floyd

Punches Thrown-44

Punches Landed- 5

Hit Percentage 12%



Manny

Punches Thrown-22

Punches Landed- 2

Hit Percentage 10%



Round 6 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-34

Punches Landed- 6

Hit Percentage 21%



Manny

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 11

Hit Percentage 27%



Round 7 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-45

Punches Landed- 2

Hit Percentage .04%



Manny

Punches Thrown-29

Punches Landed- 7

Hit Percentage 31%



Round 8 Winner Floyd or Sway Round (Due to very close punches landed)

Floyd

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 6

Hit Percentage 17%



Manny

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 5

Hit Percentage 14%



Round 9 Winner Floyd or Sway Round (Due to very close punches landed)

Floyd

Punches Thrown-31

Punches Landed- 10

Hit Percentage 47%



Manny

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 11

Hit Percentage 37%



Round 10 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-38

Punches Landed- 3

Hit Percentage .08%



Manny

Punches Thrown-38

Punches Landed- 10

Hit Percentage 35%



Round 11 Winner Floyd

Floyd

Punches Thrown-52

Punches Landed- 9

Hit Percentage 20%



Manny

Punches Thrown-32

Punches Landed- 6

Hit Percentage 23%



Round 12 Winner Manny

Floyd

Punches Thrown-40

Punches Landed- 4

Hit Percentage 11%



Manny

Punches Thrown-33

Punches Landed- 7

Hit Percentage 25%



Final

Floyd

Total Punches Thrown 471

Total Punches Landed 68

PCT%- 14.5

Rounds Won- 1, 5, 8, 9, and 11



Manny

Total Punches Thrown 414

Total Punches Landed 98

PCT%- 23.4

Rounds Won 3, 4, 6, 7, 10 and 12



Sway Round- Round #2



Final (Plausible scores with sway rounds)

114-114 Draw (Gave all sway rounds in favor of Floyd)

117-113 Manny (Gave 2 of 3 sway rounds in favor of Floyd)

116-112 Manny (Gave 1 of 3 sway rounds in favor of Floyd)

118-112 Manny (Gave all sway rounds in favor of Manny)



Scoring solely on Punches Landed with the highest accuracy connect percentage for each round

118-112 Manny

Scoring solely on the total output of Punches thrown for each round

118-112 Floyd

Official Judge Score Cards

118-112 In favor Floyd

116-112 In favor Floyd

116-112 In favor Floyd

I’ll leave this article with one comment. For the sake of arguing, during the whole replay analysis, no explanation can come to fruition on where compubox got the Total landed punches for Floyd, which was a reported 148; more than double from the replay count. Both fighters landed less than 100 total punches and hit percentage was less than a total of 25%. Nevada Judges should offer some insight.


I had it 115-113 in favor of Pacquiao

or a draw...
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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 3:00 pm 
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All I can say is that Pacquiao was the aggressor. :lol: :lol: :lol:

If Floyd won I don't believed he won by a wide margin as what the judges declared... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 3:12 pm 
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1. Floyd ran all night from an injured man. what the fuk does that tell you about him as a man? -no wonder why his father was so angry at him for 'fighting scared'. their camp knew that Pac has an injury and yet Floyd kept running.


2. This injured version of Manny actually did ENOUGH to convince so many people that he won the fight, specially after watching the replay with sound off


i am one of those filipinos who scored the fight for Mayweather when i watched it live. but i was affected by my friend's(who placed a bet on mayweather) cheering whenever Mayweather threw a punch.


i must say i am very very ashamed of myself as a filipino for admitting right after the fight that floyd was the better boxer.
NOPE! im taking that back.

not only Pac was the better boxer, he is 10x the MAN that floyd is.


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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 3:23 pm 
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And of course this analysis is not bias.

how can it be bias right?

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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 3:29 pm 
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I scored 116-112 for Floyd LIVE.
Today I turned the TV off and the audio off while watching it , I scored it 120-108 for Pac .
When I turned the audio on with no TV, I had it 114-114.
:roll:
Then I slowmo'd the whole video and watched it .
This time Pac won 115-113. :roll:


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Ouchbox wrote:
Permission to post this on FB paps...

why do u need permission. im not the owner of the website who wrote that article.

go share it in FB! i already did


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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 3:51 pm 
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lytbendah wrote:
And of course this analysis is not bias.

how can it be bias right?

o yea sarcasm

lets talk about biases. reflect on this.

1. 3 AMERICAN judges
2. Las Vegas is Floyd's hometown. Las Vegas is the one who only sentenced floyd to 2 months in jail when it should have been years for beating up women. why? cuz Floyd earns a lot of money for Vegas.

yeah lets talk about biases please

one more thing. NSAC is the one who sabotaged Pac by not allowing him Lidocaine to numb his injured shoulder. yeah NEVADA athletic commission.

and they knew beforehand about Pac's injured shoulder. NSAC and USADA allowed Pac to train with Lidocaine because he showed them the MRI of the injured shoulder.
but at the night of the fight they won't allow him? all because of a small box that wasn't checked?

yeah, NEVADA good job


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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 3:53 pm 
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I agree Pacquiao won the fight.


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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 3:55 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2015 4:01 pm 
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Pacquiao lost the fight. Because as he said his best wasn;t good enough.

http://goo.gl/ZsI6Lg


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