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Bradley's Manager Furious Over Bob Arum Scoring Claim

By Rick Reeno

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - The crowded arena, and most of the writers on press row, were shocked when Timothy Bradley (29-0, 12KOs) was awarded a close twelve round split decision over Manny Pacquiao (54-4-2, 38KOs) to capture the WBO welterweight title. The scores were 115-113 for Pacquiao, and two cards of 115-113 for Bradley.

Top Rank's CEO Bob Arum, who promotes both boxers, was very upset with the scoring of the fight. He felt Pacquiao was the clear winner by a wide margin. Arum stated to reporters that even Bradley's manager, Cameron Dunkin, had scored the fight for Pacquiao by an eight to four ratio [116-112].

Dunkin erupted with fury when he was informed of the circulating reports that claimed he scored the fight in favor of Pacquiao. 

"I never said anything like that. It's total bullsh*t. The guy called me Cameron f***king Diaz [at the final press conference]. The guy is a f***ing idiot. For him to say that I said [Pacquiao] won eight to four is the most ridiculous thing. Why he would say that I have no idea. He asked me how I had it and I said  'I had it close.' [Top Rank matchmaker] Brad Goodman sat with me and I had my guy winning the last five rounds. I had it seven to five for my guy," Dunkin told BoxingScene.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by gquezvas on 06-11-2012

Why am I not surprised some of you guys are talking as if Bradley won by KO. Bradley won maybe 3 rounds in this fight if you think other wise then your hate for Pacquiao is blinding your vision and…

Comment by internetworld7 on 06-10-2012

Pacquaio didn't do a lot in this fight. It WAS close but I thought Bradley edged it out. Stop whining you cry babies.

Comment by legitboxing on 06-10-2012

Cameron "TOO MANY" Dunkin Donuts is an idiot. He knows Bradley lost as well as the whole world that watched the fight. I see people imploring to find ways to justify Bradley's loss er win, by saying this round was…

Comment by iloveboxing2 on 06-10-2012

Again, any person that scored it for Tim was either watching Tim's body all night or a Fvcking idiot!!! a FUVCKING IDIOT!!!! either 95 % of those that watched the bout are fvcking blind or those 5% are the one…

Comment by coolka on 06-10-2012

Bradley is MR Jelly legs LOL [IMG]http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-DF2-yqCai-k/T9T_W-I0N0I/AAAAAAAACKE/C2iy_vBZtcQ/s640/LOLL9.jpg[/IMG] [url]http://blog.pinoyhack.com/2012/06/pacquiao-bradley-in-photos.html[/url]

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