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Maidana Reacts: I Thought I Won, I Never Bit Him!

WBA/WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather has carried his unbeaten streak to 47 straight fights with a unanimous decision victory over Argentine Marcos Maidana in their 12-round rematch.

Mayweather, who hasn't lost a fight since the 1996 Olympics, improved to 47-0 as two judges scored it 116-111 and the third had it 115-112 for the champion, who was a heavy favourite coming into Saturday's bout after winning the first fight by a majority decision in May.

The fight was held up momentarily in the eighth round when Mayweather complained that Maidana bit him on the wrist while the two were tied up. Maidana was penalised for tripping Mayweather in the 10th round.

"I prepared myself very well and thought I won the fight but if the referee prefers to give the fight to fighters who run, I can't do anything about that. I was the aggressor throughout. I kept my game plan but Floyd was holding and pushing and the referee only punished me. I did not bite him in the eighth round. Maybe they think I'm a dog. I never bit him. He had his glove right on my mouth but I did not bite him," Maidana said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Nomadic on 09-15-2014

This was not even worthy of a rematch. MW whupped this bum.

Comment by gamefrk on 09-14-2014

No Chino you did not win this. Chino needs Ariza in his camp.

Comment by alessio on 09-14-2014

Wrong gameplan, no stamina, Wtf did they do during 8 weeks of training, they burnt him.

Comment by Kagami Taiga on 09-14-2014

[QUOTE=Vicious.;14946549]90% of the fight? Your the delusional one[/QUOTE] Hahaha, I sure am. Too bad everyone else saw it the same way. No disrespect to Chino but his fans are totally delusional about the guy. Move on. He lost, it happens.

Comment by radioraheem on 09-14-2014

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