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Postby wadada » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:08 am

The boxers are making the judges look stupid!!! Boxing has become corrupt entity :shock: :shock: :shock:
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Postby Nanasei-Coach Appiah #1Fa » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:09 am

PROF. SALIVA wrote:Dunno about the whole fight BUT watching from rounds nine to twelve, Bradley jabbed jabbed jabbed and won every single round.

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The most I would have given bradley is 9,10,11 may be 12 and that is it. The dude was just happy to survive. This is a disgrace but such is boxing
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Postby rastaman » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:09 am

PROF. SALIVA wrote:Dunno about the whole fight BUT watching from rounds nine to twelve, Bradley jabbed jabbed jabbed and won every single round.

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Dude, you need to watch more boxing :lol: :lol:
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Postby HANNI_X » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:14 am

Bradley wins. Congrats.
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Postby joekofi12 [Numo Tohba] » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:18 am

It is what it is!! 8)
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Postby Jato Rasta » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:20 am

wadada wrote:The boxers are making the judges look stupid!!! Boxing has become corrupt entity :shock: :shock: :shock:


The most currupt sport: Bradley did not win...never ever, it wasnt even close :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Postby DMV » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:31 am

oh well, this is sport. pac did not lose but lost against Obama, black star won some...learn how to beat Zambia back in ghana, Miami realized they need bosh to win something, holland isnot all that, and messi is 10X better than CR7. and so far I C, ghana,CIV,Guinea,cameroon,and naija going through for africa.
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Postby Hassim » Sun Jun 10, 2012 5:52 am

Personally I am not surprised that the decision went to Bradley. Of course I would have preferred a Pacquiao win to help set up that much-anticipated showdown with Mayweather but it's becoming more and more apparent that Pacquiao has lost a step and might actually get embarrassed if he steps in the ring with Mayweather. It used to be that even when Pacquiao did not fight well he still had that one-punch knock-out power to end matters anytime he landed flush, but lately he seems to have lost that edge.

I am saddened by the fact that this result might jeopardize the fight that we've all been waiting for, but truth be told, Manny got away with the decision when he fought Juan Manuel Marquez. If the judges had given him the win in this fight in which he only showed up for the first half, and especially after getting that bogus decision against Marquez, that is what would have been a travesty and given boxing a black eye.

As hard as it is for most fans to see the big fight jeopardized by Manny's loss, I think the judges made the right call.
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Postby rastaman » Sun Jun 10, 2012 6:00 am

Hassim wrote:Personally I am not surprised that the decision went to Bradley. Of course I would have preferred a Pacquiao win to help set up that much-anticipated showdown with Mayweather but it's becoming more and more apparent that Pacquiao has lost a step and might actually get embarrassed if he steps in the ring with Mayweather. It used to be that even when Pacquiao did not fight well he still had that one-punch knock-out power to end matters anytime he landed flush, but lately he seems to have lost that edge.

I am saddened by the fact that this result might jeopardize the fight that we've all been waiting for, but truth be told, Manny got away with the decision when he fought Juan Manuel Marquez. If the judges had given him the win in this fight in which he only showed up for the first half, and especially after getting that bogus decision against Marquez, that is what would have been a travesty and given boxing a black eye.

As hard as it is for most fans to see the big fight jeopardized by Manny's loss, I think the judges made the right call.


Dude, base your decision on this fight and this fight alone!! Pacman won at least 8 rounds
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Postby Hassim » Sun Jun 10, 2012 6:34 am

rastaman wrote:
Hassim wrote:Personally I am not surprised that the decision went to Bradley. Of course I would have preferred a Pacquiao win to help set up that much-anticipated showdown with Mayweather but it's becoming more and more apparent that Pacquiao has lost a step and might actually get embarrassed if he steps in the ring with Mayweather. It used to be that even when Pacquiao did not fight well he still had that one-punch knock-out power to end matters anytime he landed flush, but lately he seems to have lost that edge.

I am saddened by the fact that this result might jeopardize the fight that we've all been waiting for, but truth be told, Manny got away with the decision when he fought Juan Manuel Marquez. If the judges had given him the win in this fight in which he only showed up for the first half, and especially after getting that bogus decision against Marquez, that is what would have been a travesty and given boxing a black eye.

As hard as it is for most fans to see the big fight jeopardized by Manny's loss, I think the judges made the right call.


Dude, base your decision on this fight and this fight alone!! Pacman won at least 8 rounds


You know what, too many people (including the commentators on the channel where I watched the fight) were scoring the fight based on crowd response. If you get the chance to watch the fight again check this out: There were so many instances where Bradley was making Manny miss repeatedly, yet the crowd cheered just because they had seen Manny throwing punches....and those commentators/"experts" were scoring the fight based on the response from the predominantly pro-Pacquiao crowd.
One of those jokers actually had Manny winning all 12 rounds :shock: :lol:

Funniest part of all, at some point in round 4 or 5, those commentators were screaming their heads off saying things like "Bradley's legs are gone!.....he is ready to go anytime" etc. etc. And these are supposed to be the experts. :lol: I don't know about you but the Bradley I saw may have looked awkward at times but his legs were never shot in the whole duration of the fight. In fact I saw him take total command of the fight after Manny won 4 straight rounds from round 2 to 5. After that Manny looked befuddled/tired, and when he threw, he hit mostly empty air. And get this: In the championship rounds, it was the fighter whose legs were supposed to be gone who was dictating the pace and taking the fight to
his much fancied opponent.

FYI fights are scored based on clean effective punching, defense, and ring generalship. That's what I based my scoring on, not on the fact that Manny had been gifted the decision in his fight with Marquez.
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