Bobby Pacquiao vs Carlos Navarro Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
BOBBY PACQUIAO
9
9
9
10
10
9
56
CARLOS NAVARRO
10
10
10
9
9
9
57

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Round 1- Bobby noticeably comes out in the red trunks with flames, like his brother. Due to problems with new shoes, Pacquiao slides across the ring a few times, and Navarro slips once too. Funny to see. They both are hunting to the body on even terms, but Navarro’s jab is the determining factor.

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Round 2- Navarro is walking Pacquiao down, keeping the jab in his face and frequently catching him with left hands and right hooks. The shoes of Pacquiao still appear too slippery for him, and the audience boos every time he slips. The fact he is throwing wide shots isn’t helping his balance either.

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Round 3- Now Pacquiao’s corner has wisely wrapped his shoes with tape, yet he is still slipping a bit. Navarro is still doing good work with the jab, and momentarily rocks Pacquiao with an overhand left. Pacquiao gets off a few flurries mostly towards the end of the round, but Navarro slips several of his shots and does the cleaner work in the round for sure.

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Round 4- Pacquiao shrugs at Navarro after taking a good 1-2 combo, only to hilariously respond with a low blow. Pacquiao starts to apply pressure and seems to have Navarro hurt momentarily after landing a series of right hooks. Navarro lands plenty of counter right hooks and left hands, but Pacquiao keeps the pressure on and outguns him with his combos. Good and close round.

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Round 5- They are both staying busy with the jab, especially Pacquiao. While Navarro is slipping a number of his jabs, Pacquiao’s is still superior, winning him the round. Both fighters land some lefts over the top, with neither getting a definite edge in that department.

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Round 6- The right eye of Navarro is swollen bad. They are trading on the inside, and Pacquiao is getting the better of it by pushing Navarro back and outworking him. In a bizarre turn of events, a solid right uppercut to the solar plexus drops Navarro to his knee after a delayed reaction. However, the ref is convinced that this was a low blow and takes a point from Pacquiao. Had a count been issued, Navarro would have been counted out, as the ref completely robbed Pacquiao of a knockout. Navarro also turns away late after taking an accidental headbutt to the chest. So in a round that should have ended as a KO for Pacquiao really ends up an even round due to the point deduction.

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Round 7- Despite getting a stolen opportunity in the last round, Pacquiao comes out and gets it, yet in strange fashion. As they continue to trade, Pacquiao is able to rock Navarro a few times with right hooks and left hands. After taking a big right hook, Navarro willingly goes down from a punch that misses. The ref says get up, but Navarro oddly asks for a count. Pacquiao starts to rally and catch Navarro with several power punches, which causes him to take a knee. The ref decides not to issue a count due to Pacquiao hitting him while down, visibly pissing Navarro off. After a short follow up, Pacquiao makes him take a knee again from an overhand left. Navarro gets counted out. Solid win for Bobby. What a weird, yet entertaining and funny fight.