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Pacquiao-Bradley: Recent Performance on Judges’ Cards

By Pod Index, LLC

Since 2009, Manny Pacquiao has won 83% of all rounds he fought on the judges’ scorecards. Timothy Bradley has won only 67%.

Advantage: Pacquiao.

Other than in the Bradley fight, nobody has come close to beating Pacquiao on points in the last five years.

Bradley, by contrast, has had multiple close calls, including bouts with Juan Manuel Marquez, Kendall Holt, and Ruslan Provodnikov. In fact, of the 36 individual judge scores for the Provodnikov fight, Bradley only won 53% of the total possible points.

Complete statistics on boxing judges can be found at www.podindex.org

Opponent             % Judge Scores Won
Antonio Margarito    92%
Joshua Clottey        94%
Miguel Cotto           85%
Shane Mosley          97%
Timothy Bradley      47%

Manny Pacquiao Total 83%

Scorecard for fight against Juan Manuel Marquez not in our database

Opponent                % Judge Scores Won
Devon Alexander           70%
Joel Casamayor            100%
Juan Manuel Marquez     56%
Kendall Holt                 56%
Lamont Peterson           92%
Manny Pacquiao            53%
Nate Campbell             100%
Ruslan Provodnikov        53%

Timothy Bradley Total    67%

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by montculapius on 04-04-2014

[QUOTE=vortex662290;14392780]Ridiculous statistics. As if judges are free of bias.[/QUOTE] No, judges aren't free of bias. That's why it's a good thing the two who called it wrong in the first fight no longer actively judge.

Comment by montculapius on 04-04-2014

[QUOTE=T.M.T;14393265]. If anything this favors Bradley. Bradley fought guys that box and move more.and to have that kind of percentage is dan good. On the other hand. Pacquiao fought guys that can't move and shot statues that were lwar torn.stupid…

Comment by revs1227 on 04-04-2014

this post makes no sense did they just skip over the marquez fight where he won by close dec ? so stupid

Comment by WilkinsOlajuwon on 04-04-2014

I dont think this is a good way to compare fighters. Opposition isn't factored at all. Very dangerous stat for boxing to embrace.

Comment by T.M.T on 04-04-2014

. If anything this favors Bradley. Bradley fought guys that box and move more.and to have that kind of percentage is dan good. On the other hand. Pacquiao fought guys that can't move and shot statues that were lwar torn.stupid…

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