Originally Posted by Chief2ndzOnly!
1st time I watched it, I aint score it, and had a razor thin decision for Pac. When back the next day and watched it with the sound turnt down, and actually scored the fight. I came up with a draw, with the 7th round being the pivoting round(I gave it to Pac, even though Tim controlled most of the round). If I woulda gave it to Tim, then it woulda been 115-113 and my card woulda looked very simular to Mr. Ford's.
I agree with you Rome mah homie. Nobody's giving Tim credit for controlling the pace and action of the fight, which is part of the criteria needed to effectively score a Boxing match.
I dont think Tim is lookin for sympathy Bruhnlaw. I think he wants the validation that he deserves for goin out there and giving us his all and scrappin like a true warrior, which we all demand from our fighters. He rolled his ankle somethin terrible, and continued of scrappin, when 99% of today's athletes woulda been sittin on the bench for the rest of the evening nursin such a injury. Then he also fought with a broken foot on the opposite foot(if I aint mistakin), he deserves some credit for what he gave us that evening regardless of the size of his bankroll IMHO.
I agree with your whole post bro..TBH I gave Pac the fight by 3 rds upon first watch..But the next day I gave the fight to Bradley..If anyone saw a draw or a 7-5 score for Pac I could not be mad...But damn 11-1 10-2 9-3 is just not even close to the fight I saw..The worst part of this imo is that this fight was really good..I mean both fighters laid it out there and put on a high skilled high pace action fight for the most part..But its being over looked which is the true robbery imo...