Compubox, Sports networks unanimously give win to Pacquiao

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Official judges had Bradley winning by a split decision but the rest of the sports world saw it differently

MANILA, Philippines – Who got it right? 

Manny Pacquiao lost his WBO World Welterweight title to Timothy Bradley by a split decision. The result was hotly criticized by celebrities and everyone else in social media. Even Top Rank CEO Bob Arum called out the judges saying they “didn’t know how to score.”

How did the judges score the fight?

Jerry Roth is the only judge who scored the fight in favor of the People’s Champ, 115-113. Both CJ Ross and Duane Ford scored it 115-113 in favor of Desert Storm.

How did the rest of the sports world score the fight?

Fox Sports: 119-100 for Pacquiao

LA Times: 117-111 for Pacquiao

Guardian UK: 117-111 for Pacquiao

ESPN (Dan Rafael): 119 – 109 for Pacquiao 

Compubox: Pacquiao outlanded Bradley 253-159 in total punches. Manny landed more punches in 10 of 12 rounds.

HBO (Harold Lederman): #Compubox: Total punches landed/thrown in bout: Pacquiao 253/751, Bradley 159/839 #LedermanCard 119-109 Pacquiao 116-112 Pacquiao

Eastside Boxing: 118-110 Pacquiao

Rappler also scored the fight 119-109 in favor of the 8-division world champion. So who really won? You be the judge.

Compare that with the official score card here:

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