Anyare? Pacman split decision win

Bagamat ang buong Pilipinas ay nagagalak sa pagkapanalo ng Pambansang Kamao, marami pa rin ang hindi makuhang maisip kung papaano natalo si Pacman sa pananaw ng isang hurado. Napatumba ni Senador Manny si Thurman sa first round at tinamaan ng sobrang sakit si Thurman sa round 10, so nangangahulugan na maski may lamang si Pacquiao sa dalawang rounds, lumalabas na talo siya doon sa maraming mga ibang rounds. Kung gagamitin natin ang lohika nuong huradong nagsabing talo si Pacquiao, malamang kung walang first round knockdown, baka naging patas o talo rin si Pacman sa dalawang huradong nagsabing panalo siya. Sa isang larawan tumilansik ang dugo ni Thurman at kung mga mukha lang nila ang pagbabasihan matapos ang laban, halatanghalata naman kung sino ang bugbog sarado.

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Manny Pacquiao beats Keith Thurman in split decision for welterweight crown

The 40-year-old set the tone by flooring Thurman in the first round with a straight right hand and won the 12-round bout on a split decision to become the oldest welterweight champion in history.
Pacquiao seemed to have the clear advantage Saturday but one ringside judge, Glenn Feldman, gave the 30-year-old American a 114-113 advantage.
Dave Moretti and Tim Cheatham, though, both scored it 115-112 to Pacquiao.
Thurman lost for the first time (29-1) while Pacquiao collected a 62nd victory (62-7-2) and said it wouldn’t be his last fight, either.
On Saturday, Pacquiao’s quick start rattled Thurman, who recovered in the middle rounds and even punished his opponent in the ninth.
Pacquiao, though, responded in the 10th round with blows to the body and Thurman couldn’t produce the big finish he realistically needed in the 12th.
“It was fun,” Pacquiao, a titlist in a remarkable eight different weight classes in his career, told the crowd. “My opponent is a good fighter and boxer. He was strong.
“I think he did his best, and I did my best. I think we made the fans happy tonight because it was a good fight.”
Thurman, slowed by hand and elbow injuries in recent years, said Pacquiao just had too much for him.
“I wish I had a little bit more output to go toe to toe,” he said. “My conditioning, my output was just behind Manny Pacquiao’s tonight.
“Tonight was a blessing and a lesson.”

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