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Pacquiao vs. Bradley: WBO's Investigation Documents

After the June 9th's controversial fight between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley, the World Boxing Organization put together a panel of indepedent judges to examine Bradley's twelve round split decision victor to capture the WBO's welterweight crown. In the documents posted below, you will find the 5 scorecards of the 5 WBO judges, along with the official scorecards of the fight. You will also find a round by round analysis comparing: 1.) where the WBO judges were in total agreement and where they were divided, 2.) where were all 8 judges (5 WBO judges and the three official judges) in total agreement, majority agreement, or divided.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by iloveboxing2 on 06-21-2012

..YOu are right!!!Boxing is dead! Pac should walk away leave boxing to all the BUMS and Idiots of boxing. I am done with boxing!!! [QUOTE=freudianslip;12263511]Cool story , everyone already knows Pacquiao should have won the fight. What good does this…

Comment by ALG United on 06-21-2012

[QUOTE=mathed;12264634]Nah man, it shows how the HBO crew were giving Pac credit for shots he missed, and how Tim was sticking Manny right and left but no one wanted or was able to see the truth. I had Pac winning…

Comment by Double_L on 06-21-2012

[QUOTE=mathed;12264634]Just because it appears that something landed, doesn't mean that it really did. Just because the crowd yells and screams, it doesn't mean it is a reflection of what truly happened. [B]If someone takes over 200 shots from Manny Pacquiao,…

Comment by FlatLine on 06-21-2012

Comprehensive evaluation of the whole thing. I had it 8-4 to Pacquiao.

Comment by imakaiw on 06-21-2012

If Bradley, then he is now the new face of boxing. He should translate his name $$$$$. Can he? :)

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