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Old 06-30-2012, 05:03 PM
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Default Mayweather vs Cotto, Pacquiao vs Bradley top sport searches of the year

In the United States, the host nation for Pacquiao vs Bradley, interest in the bout was even stronger. During the same time period, two of the country's top ten trending sports-related queries related to Manny Pacquiao. In addition, 'pacquiao vs bradley' finished above 'nba finals' and the query 'pacquiao' trended higher than 'lebron james' and 'miami heat' in the month of June 2012.
Most search enthusiasts and sports insiders would agree to trend higher than NBA Finals-related queries in the United States at a time when the Miami Heat and LeBron James won the NBA Championship is no small achievement.

Trending high in Google is nothing new for the eight-division world champion. Last year, according to Google's annual Zeitgeist, Manny Pacquiao was Google's most queried athlete in the United States.

No mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter nor any UFC event finished in Google's top 10 sports-related searches in any month, January to June.

Terms Surpassing Pacquiao vs Bradley Searches
June's top trending sports queries, worldwide, were dominated by the European Football Championship, commonly referred to as Euro 2012. The popular European soccer event accounted for six Google's top ten trending sports queries.

The highest trending sports-related query internationally, 'us open,' was generated as a result of the start of The United States Open Championship, more commonly known as the U.S. Open. The event is the second of the four major championships in golf and is held in the United States.
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Old 06-30-2012, 05:06 PM
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Google Insights, which provides a representation of regional and international interests based on user searches for the world's largest search engine, released data that would be reassuring for any boxer, boxing promoter and hardcore fan.
For the month of May 2012, the queries 'mayweather vs cotto' and 'mayweather' represented the third and fourth highest trending sports searches in Google worldwide.


And in the United States, interest in the bout was even stronger. In the same time period, three of nation's top ten trending sports-related queries were related to last month's Floyd Mayweather - Miguel Cotto superfight. Moreover, each of three queries trended higher than search terms for any NBA player or team during the basketball playoffs in May.

The Mayweather vs Cotto fight card, which generated 1.5 million pay-per-view (PPV) buys and a whopping $94 Million USD, was seemingly an all-around success. In the end, Floyd Mayweather lifted the WBA Jr Middleweight title from a very determined Miguel Cotto in an action-packed bout.


In 2011, Mayweather took part in Google's most searched sports event for the entire year in the United States, 'mayweather vs ortiz.' And Floyd's nemesis, Manny Pacquiao, was Google's most queried athlete in the United States during the same period.

Terms Surpassing Mayweather vs Cotto Searches
May's highest trending query internationally and in the United States, 'junior seau,' was generated by users seeking details about the shocking apparent suicide of the former NFL football superstar on May 2nd. And internationally, the term 'roland garros' finished second.

Known to many as The French Open, the Roland Garros tennis event is the premier clay court tennis tournament in the world, one of the sport's four annual Grand Slam tournaments and one of the most watched events worldwide. Its participants included Rafael Nadal, currently the world's top male tennis player, and the always-intriguing Maria Sharapova.

The query 'hatfields and mccoys,' cited as the No. 2 sports query in the United States, is believed to be an error. The TV series Hatfields & McCoys, which aired on a US cable station last month, was a highly-promoted drama about famous feuding families of the same name in the United States from 1863-1891.
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Old 06-30-2012, 05:07 PM
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Old 06-30-2012, 08:09 PM
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Old 06-30-2012, 08:11 PM
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Old 06-30-2012, 08:16 PM
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Pac - Bradley was only up there because of the controversial ending (truth) combined with his poor fans searching how to get that $40 rebate to make it a $15 ppv

May-cotto actually had people's attention

And why do you feel the need to mention UFC all of a sudden like an insecure loser?

Silva-Sonnen II will most likely do Pac-Bradley numbers, and they bust out PPV's every month, sometimes twice a month..
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Old 06-30-2012, 08:21 PM
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Old 06-30-2012, 08:24 PM
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Pac - Bradley was only up there because of the controversial ending (truth) combined with his poor fans searching how to get that $40 rebate to make it a $15 ppv

May-cotto actually had people's attention

And why do you feel the need to mention UFC all of a sudden like an insecure loser?

Silva-Sonnen II will most likely do Pac-Bradley numbers, and they bust out PPV's every month, sometimes twice a month..
this is not true at all. I have tweeted Kevin Iole he is yahoo Boxing/MMA reporter and he says the numbers that are released by ufc regarding ppv buys/ticket sales to the public through sources are not even close to what they are actually doing. Tweet him if you want.
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Old 06-30-2012, 08:31 PM
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this is not true at all. I have tweeted Kevin Iole he is yahoo Boxing/MMA reporter and he says the numbers that are released by ufc regarding ppv buys/ticket sales to the public through sources are not even close to what they are actually doing. Tweet him if you want.
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