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Video: Pacquiao Reacts To Decision Win Over Thurman

Video by Ryan Burton

Boxing's only eight-division world champion, Senator Manny "PacMan" Pacquiao dropped Keith "One Time" Thurman in round one and won a close split decision to earn a welterweight world title in the main event of a Premier Boxing Champions on FOX Sports Pay-Per-View event Saturday night from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

The sell-out crowd of 14,356 got treated to great action from the start, as an exciting first round was capped off by Pacquiao dropping Thurman for the first time in his career with a straight right hand late in the round.

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In round 10, Pacquiao's landed a strong left hook to the body that clearly hurt Thurman and forced him to spend much of the remainder of the round backpedaling. The CompuBox scores were indicative of the close nature of the fight, with Thurman out landing Pacquiao 210 to 195, while Pacquiao was busier throwing 686 punches to 571 from Thurman. 

 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by T.M.T on 07-21-2019

Great fight. I wasn't surprised at all of the outcome. Both warriors come to fight. Pacquiao won the first half plus a knock down and Thurman won the second half. Haymon🥊

Comment by OPS on 07-21-2019

Great fight Pacquiao!! This fight played out like I expected. Keith had no idea how your ring General ship would affect the outcome. Saying things like, "I'm going to send him to retirement," "how can I loose to a T-rex."…

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