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CompuBox: Manny Pacquiao's Punch Stats By The Minute

CompuBox broke down Pacquiao’s landed punches vs. Bradley round by round/minute by minute.  Our findings may offer a clue as to what may have altered the scorecards of judges Ford and Ross (and even Roth's).  Of Manny's 253 landed punches, 122 (48%) occurred in the final minute of each round.  This should not have had an effect on the judges scoring since the entire round is scored, however, perhaps Manny created the perception that he was losing rounds by starting slow.  Of his 253 landed punches, only 42 (17%) occurred in the first minute of each round.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by fceeviper on 06-12-2012

I had Manny winning by 5 points I believe, but LMAO @ Compubox :Flush:

Comment by KTFO on 06-12-2012

Can anyone give an analysis on how Bradley actually won the fight? Are there any strong points in his favor, such as: clean effective punches (no), defense (no), effective aggression (50/50), ring generalship (50/50). Pac landed more clean punches, Pac…

Comment by Hallaqsillaq on 06-12-2012

[QUOTE=Yuiopy;12235076]Whining about HBO commentary is weak. What about the people that saw it live? They all still thought Manny won comfortably. Mayweather Sr included. Even if Manny took the first few minutes off, what did Bradley do? Hop around and…

Comment by edgarg on 06-12-2012

[QUOTE=edgarg;12236091]It oesn't mean that he "gave away a third of it" . It depends on how much Bradley was throwing in that first minute, and how much shut-off he was for the last 2 minutes. Compubox hasn't broken it down…

Comment by edgarg on 06-12-2012

[QUOTE=mathed;12234886]Pac basically only fought 2/3 of the fight. Which means he basically gave away 33% of it. An evenly paced continuously active boxer would be throwing around 30-33% every round. It said he threw 48% in the last minute and…

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