Found December 25, 2012 on Pro Boxing Fans:
The Worst Decision in Boxing 2012 Boxing in 2012 had more than its fair share of bad decisions. The "robbery" in boxing is something that cans have come to expect from time to time, but what used to be a somewhat rare occurrence has seemingly become a plague over the past few years. That unfortunate trend continued here in 2012, and even reached the absolute top levels of the sport. The choice of the worst decision and biggest robbery of the year is an easy one. ----> View all of our 2012 Boxing Awards! 2012 Robbery of the Year: Manny Pacquiao Loses to Timothy Bradley Credit: Will Hart - HBO Boxing fans across the globe were both shocked and outraged when Timothy Bradley managed to win a Split Decision against Manny Pacquiao on June 9th of this year. Scoring the fight live, I thought Pacquiao was a clear winner, to the tune of a dominant 117-111 scorecard. The outcome never seemed in question, nor did there seem to be any impending drama. That showed us, as two of thr...

Boxing legend Lennox Lewis contends Manny Pacquiao can still rebound and thrive after being rendered unconscious by Juan Manuel Marquez

Despite seeing the eight-division titlist rendered unconscious by a spectacular overhand right thrown by WBO “Champion of the Decade” Juan Manuel Marquez on December 8, boxing legend Lennox Lewis contends that Manny Pacquiao can rebound and thrive. In their fourth … Continue reading →
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