Pacquiao Vs. Mosley

May 8, 2011 by staff 

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Manny Pacquiao was not happy with his third consecutive unanimous decision, but to extend his streak of 14-year historic victory may have other retired Hall of Fame.

In a dominant destruction of an old Shane Mosley, Pacquiao mounted a fall in the third assault and a constant barrage of left hand to a unanimous decision in his defense of the WBO welterweight title before 16,412 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

The judge Glenn Trowbridge scored the fight 119-108, Dave Moretti 120-108 and Duane Ford had scored that 120 to 107.

Pacquiao (02/03/1954) then blamed his leg strength by not being able to finish the 39-year-old Mosley (01/07/1946), who was the beneficiary of a fall in the evil called by the Referee Kenny Bayless in the 10 th-round when replays clearly showed Mosley Pacquiao pushed down with his right hand.

Here is a summary of the fight:

Mosley went on LL Cool J “Mama Said Knock You Out”, obviously enjoying the line, “Do not call him back, I’ve been here for years.” The former light welterweight and super welterweight champion was dressed in black and gold. Pacquiao went to a live version of “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor vocalist Jim Jamison, exciting large Filipino contingent that anticipates a strong presence in the 9 to 1 favorite.

Pacquiao knelt in prayer prefight usual corner, and here we go.

Round 1: Each child worked hard to create shots with his jabs. Pacquiao landed twice to the body and once in the face, and Mosley sneak in a right difficult to face. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9 (scoring is not official.)

Round 2: Pacquiao is the aggressor and Mosley seems a bit confusing. Pacquiao lands a good left to the head followed by a right. The pair butt heads in the one-minute mark, all is well. Pacquiao lands to the body, Mosley withdrawals. Left to the body and the right to face Pacquiao. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao leads the fight, 20-18.

Round 3: Pacquiao drops Mosley a third time in his career, with a combination of cargo and knocking him to the left. Mosley is stunned at the 1:10 mark. Pacquiao is going to kill a left to the head and body. Again, the body and face. Mosley survives. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-8. Pacquiao leads, 30-26.

Round 4: Mosley slips. Pacquiao working the jab. Get a hard left to the jaw of Mosley. Mosley can not continue. We expected this. Mosley knocks in vain. Pacquiao lands a left to the body. Mosley combined Pacquiao hard covers. Pacquiao demonstrations, put in two hard lefts to deal with Mosley. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao leads, 40-35.

Round 5: Mosley has some sharpness back. Pacquiao charges forward as if he has great confidence. Mosley, blocking some shots. Good left to the face of Pacquiao. Mosley is definitely not his old aggressive self. Pacquiao knocks on the head and body. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao leads, 50-44.

Round 6: A soft header slows the action. Pacquiao goes left, lands a combination of attack. Mosley withdrawal. The action slows, and the booing crowd. Short right by Pacquiao. Mosley makes a right. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao leads, 60-53.

Round 7: Two good uppercuts left by Pacquiao, who ducks for attack. Mosley shows no such ambition, and is beaten for the rights to the body and head and a right-left combination. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao leads, 70-62.

Round 8: A big left in the head by Pacquiao stands by Mosley is not attractive. Too much pain. More forceful effort still left Mosley age. The crowd booing the lack of action by the rival. Bad fight. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao leads, 80-71.

Round 9: Mosley fun after a charge from right to left by Pacquiao. Chief’s shock again, returns to action. Nice right by Pacquiao and a good left hook by Mosley. A combo of Pacquiao and the left continues. Mosley is cast in a good jab. Mosley to the body. Mosley Pacquiao arrives in the womb to the right and snaps the head back to the hard left. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao leads, 90-80.

Round 10: The referee Kenny Bayless Mosley wrongly awards a fall from a push. Mosley goes forward, but it is clear that pushed Pacquiao with a right. Pacquiao quickly gets back up, attacking. Mosley Pacquiao arrives with his left ear. Another left. A spur wheel left Mosley’s head back. Round is a draw 9-9. Pacquiao leads, 99-89.

Round 11: Mosley working hard to avoid a knockout here backtracks from Pacquiao combination attacks. Hugs Mosley Pacquiao, who is free and let’s looses a combination that makes backups Mosley. Pacquiao roaring at the end, Mosley aims to cover. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao has, 109-98.

Round 12: Pacquiao completes a dominant effort, striking Mosley more lefts to the head and body. Mosley hammers him with left right to the head. But Mosley survives. Pacquiao returned to his corner frustrated with third straight unanimous decision comes. Pacquiao wins the round, 10-9. Pacquiao must win, 119-107.

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