Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 9/23/14
Manny Pacquiao was robbed. So says Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada, himself a former boxer and member of the Nevada Gaming Commission before he was elected to Congress. The lawmaker said Tuesday it was clear to everyone who knows anything about boxing that Pacquiao won his bout in Las Vegas on Saturday night. Reid said he was not personally at the fight, but that he had talked to many people who were. He said one of the three judges in the match was a personal friend. "From all the reports that I've seen or from people outside the fight ... Pacquiao won the fight," Reid told reporters. Timothy Bradley won the bout -- and the WBO welterweight title -- in a controversial split decision after it appeared to many boxing fans and critics that Pacquiao won handily. It must be noted that Reid and Pacquiao are not strangers. Pacquaio appeared with Reid at a campaign event in 2010 when the senator was fighting for his political life. Some credit Pacquiao's support as instru...
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  • Well, if there is one thing that Harry Reid is expert at and would soundly know, it would being robbing people. He's been robbing the US electorate for years with his money-grubbing tactics as a senator from the state of Nevada.
  • Everyone is Talking about Robbery But It was Robbery the last time Pacquiao was in a fight when Marquez got robbed. So what comes around goes around!!!!

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