By Ryan Burton
MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Floyd Mayweather Sr., the father and former trainer of Floyd Mayweather Jr., was in the building for Tim Bradley's controversial twelve round split decision victory over Manny Pacquiao. One of Mayweather's fighters appeared on the non-televised portion of the card.
Like most observers, Mayweather was shocked at the scoring of the fight.
"I feel like Pacquiao won the fight but I am not going to sugarcoat nothing. The last fight belonged to Marquez," Mayweather said while referring to Pacquiao's majority decision win over Juan Manuel Marquez this past November. "This one belonged to Pacquiao. I'm calling it like it is," Mayweather continued.
Mayweather had an incredulous look on his face when asked about the judging of the Pacquiao-Bradley fight. He finished our conversation buy suggesting that they find a new line of work.
"I don't know if these judges were the same judges as the judges for the last (Marquez) fight but whoever these judges was they need to find a new job," Mayweather told Boxingscene.com
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