the punchstats (just like floyd-castillo) were way off imo.We had it the same, but I viewed it a bit clearer with Marquez picking up the 3rd as well. Marquez controlled this fight: He was never in trouble, he was never confused, and he was always in command. He landed the better shots, his defense was nearly flawless, and he had Pacquaio reacting, hardly ever acting. I had it 116-112, and it felt a bit like a robbery to me. Mainly, the guy who won the fight didn't win the fight. He landed only a handful of significant shots, looked uncomfortable all night, and missed in amateurish fashion rather often. The guy making him miss, maneuvering him around the ring, and landing all the hard, clean shots walked away the loser, and that doesn't sit right with me.
I just don't see Pacquiao deserving to win this fight. I thought Marquez won all 4, truth be told, but Manny DEFINITELY had arguments in the first two. Those were close, and were nowhere near robberies or gifts. This fight, though, he came up short in literally every category but punch count, and that punch count was couple with aggression that was laughably uneffective.
He didn't win. Plain and simple.
punchstats are fucking ridiculous sometimes...mayweather-DLH credited floyd with landing about 50 more punches than he even threwthe punchstats (just like floyd-castillo) were way off imo.
i thought pac did confuse marquez with his footwork on a few occassions.
like i say though, i score it for jmm but i don't begrudge anyone thinking pac edged it.
Good to know you figured that torrent stuff out and that now you can see the fightsFinally got to see the Basilio/Saxtion rematch thanks to [MENTION=931]Bladerunner[/MENTION]. Had the first a close fight for Saxton and this time Saxton tried to really take it to Carmen and couldn't handle Carmen's inside stuff. Once Carmen started to touch the body more by the 5th Saxton was fighting to survive. Fight of the year in '56. Great fight, both guys landed bombs, and the stoppage for Carmen was perfect. Had Carmen up 6-2 at the stoppage