Boxing Results: Manny Pacquiao dominates Algieri, gets UD win
Nov 23 2014 5:52 AM
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Manny Pacquiao seems to have recovered some of his knockout power as he knocked down Chris Algieri 6 times during their fight this Sunday (Saturday for US viewers) at the Cotai Arena, in Macao, China and Live on HBO PPV.

Pacquiao defeated Algieri via Unanimous Decision, with two of the judges scoring the fight 119-103 and the third judge scoring it 120-102 all in favor of Manny Pacquiao, who dominated the fight from beginning to end showing off his speed, effectiveness and experience in the ring.

The Filipino improved to 57 wins 5 losses 2 draws and retained his WBO World welterweight belt.

Over 13000 people in attendance at the Cotai Arena where cheering for their idol and still hold on to the hope of seeing him face Floyd Mayweather Jr.

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elijahmendiola says:

The pacman's win though dominating was short of his diehard fans' expectation of an early knockout. Worse he lost gas in the last two rounds which is certainly not caused by bad conditioning but rather by his advancing age. His performance is not the kind of performance that will win even against an old Mayweather.

Radam G says:

[QUOTE=elijahmendiola;70281]The pacman's win though dominating was short of his diehard fans' expectation of an early knockout. Worse he lost gas in the last two rounds which is certainly not caused by bad conditioning but rather by his advancing age. His performance is not the kind of performance that will win even against an old Mayweather.[/QUOTE]

Talk is cheap. Mayweather would not be able to handle the heat. How many times that I must repeat. Those Pac shots and missiles, Money May won't be able to eat. He would not have a chance to gas the last two rounds. He will be sleeping long before that.

Chino knocked out one of Money May tooth. Da Manny would knock out more. And the fight would not even go pass round four. Hehe! Holla!

Froggy says:

The margin of victory on the scorecards must be a record or close to it !

The Good Doctor says:

[QUOTE=Froggy;70630]The margin of victory on the scorecards must be a record or close to it ![/QUOTE]

Not many are wider that I can think of. I do remember JCC beating a guy 120-102 x 2, 120-105 in the late 80's. I think Ali early in his career beat a guy 60-40, UD12 in a Dutch 5 point must system bout. On the undercard, I did notice that Zou had a real wide score on one of his cards too. I think it was 120-103.

The Commish says:

Hopefully, Chris Algieri watched the HBO replay and assessed the horrific and ridiculous cornerwork by Tim Lane.

Before, I thought Algieri SHOULD demote or terminate Tim Lane as his head coach. After watching that fight again and listening to Lane's “We're gonna' knock Pacquiao out” remark and “I haven't let him out of the cage yet,” Algieri no longer SHOULD get rid of Lane.

He MUST!

-Randy G.

Radam G says:

TB agrees with me., no doubt. Ain't nothing like the real thang, babeee! One can talk it, but he can never walk it. [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tTUwELANPY. Holla!

amayseng says:

The most important aspect of this fight was Pac's ability to remain very agile with his footwork.

Algeri is good preparation for a Floyd fight, if one ever would prosper…

Pac has looked very good in his last 3 fights, Rios, Bradley and Algeri, where as Floyd has looked subpar in his last two, against a slow footed plodding straight forward fighter.

People refuse to see and accept this