Sunday, November 13, 2011

Manny Pacquiao wins against Juan Manuel Marquez

Though it is controversial, Juan Manuel Marquez didn't do enough, he's the challenger he should have been more aggressive than Pacman. If that's what happened then he deserve to win. It is his own fault.

Marquez lost a majority decision at the MGM Grand Garden Arena with judge Robert Hoyle scoring it 114-114 and Glenn Trowbridge and Dave Moretti giving it to Pacquiao by 116-112 and 115-113, respectively.

Pacquiao was roundly booed by the crowd with most fans believing Marquez was a clear victor. The Filipino champion was pelted with beer and popcorn as he left the arena. Marquez also felt he had won the second fight of the trilogy in 2008, only to lose on the scorecards.

Heading into the closing rounds of the fight, Marquez was informed by trainer Nacho Beristain that he was clearly ahead.

“I always thought the judges and the commission in Nevada were the fairest,” Beristain said. “But this has been a robbery of the utmost.”

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