Bobby Pacquiao vs Hector Velazquez Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
Round
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
BOBBY PACQUIAO
10
10
9
10
8
9
9
9
10
10
94
HECTOR VELAZQUEZ
9
9
8
9
10
10
10
10
9
9
93

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Round 1- The pace is pretty slow, and Pacquiao edges it with superior body work and by getting through more often with his power hand. A solid lead right hook knocks Velazquez off balance momentarily.

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Round 2- Both fighters start to pick the pace up. Velazquez is landing with the counter right hand, but Pacquiao is still doing superior work to the body when up close. Pacquiao is able to knock Velazquez back a bit with a clean left hand late, stealing the round for him.

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Round 3- They start to trade early, and Pacquiao is able to drop Velazquez against the ropes with a nice lead right hook. Velazquez tries to blame the knockdown on the accident headbutt that occured after the punch. Pacquiao starts to throw combinations to the body, but Velazquez buckles him with a well-timed right uppercut. Pacquiao is notably hitting low on the inside, which would ultimately be his downfall in the fight. Due to persistently hitting low, he loses one point. Velazquez wobbles him with a counter left hook in an exchange, but Pacquiao lands a solid pair of chopping lefts before the bell, doing enough to keep it as a 10-8 round had a point not been deducted. Great round.

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Round 4- They continue to mix it up with eachother. Velazquez is head-hunting, and a lot of his bigger shots are not landing clean. Pacquiao is still being dirty (rabbit punching and using his head), but he gets the better of the round with his developed body attack.

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Round 5- Pacquiao starts off the round well, as he digs hooks and uppercuts to Velazquez’ body. However, he drops Velazquez with a right uppercut that strays very low. Pacquiao loses another point and is threatened to be disqualified. They exchange right after Velazquez recovers, and Velazquez dominates this exchange by landing three clean right hands on Pacquiao, causing him to hold for a bit. Pacquiao can hilariously be heard groaning at one point. Pacquiao gets in a nice left from the outside towards the end, but Velazquez comes back with his own right hand. With the point deduction, this ends up being a big round for Velazquez.

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Round 6- This is the round where Bobby’s far superior older brother stopped Velazquez. Due to missing a lot on the inside, Pacquiao starts to fight more on the outside. He does well, but Velazquez comes on late, scoring frequently with the right hand, seemingly stopping Pacquiao in his tracks each time. Close round, but Velazquez got the better work done.

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Round 7- Pacquiao now has both a cut and a puff devloped above his eyes due to headbutts. Not a whole lot of eye-catching stuff occurs, but Velazquez gets it by landing some right hands and left hooks from the outside.

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Round 8- Velazquez seems tired, as Pacquiao is able to dictate and land left hands and hooks anywhere he pleases with ease. Though Velazquez scores with a right uppercut, this is about all he scores with. An absolutely hilarious moment closes out the round, as Pacquiao makes Velazquez walk away and double over from a low blow. Assuming Velazquez is about to get time to recover, Pacquiao walks away. Instead, Velazquez hilariously runs over and hits him while his back is turned before raising his arm after the bell. Pure comedy.

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Round 9- Velazquez seems tired, as Pacquiao is able to dictate and land left hands and hooks anywhere he pleases with ease. Though Velazquez scores with a right uppercut, this is about all he scores with. An absolutely hilarious moment closes out the round, as Pacquiao makes Velazquez walk away and double over from a low blow. Assuming Velazquez is about to get time to recover, Pacquiao walks away. Instead, Velazquez hilariously runs over and hits him while his back is turned before raising his arm after the bell. Pure comedy.

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Round 10- Yet another low blow is landed, and Pacquiao is told he will be disqualified for one more. They both take turns landing lead lefts and rights on eachother throughout. The jab of Pacquiao is the determining factor, and he is even able to snap back the head of Velazquez with a power jab.

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Round 11- Pacquiao is able to land several clean left hands on the head Velazquez and outwork him thoroughly. Velazquez gets in an effective left hook, and Pacquiao responds by tackling him to the canvas. In a round that Pacquiao is winning (and a fight he was on his way to winning), he ultimately blows it by landing another extreme low blow, causing him to be disqualified while Velazquez lays face down in agony. Hilarious sight to see, especially when the cameraman crouches to film him. Later, we get an insanely HILARIOUS post-fight interview by Pacquiao about how it “was not a blow blow”, in what may be the best post-fight interview ever. This was a fun fight while it lasted, and certainly ranks up there amongst funniest fights ever, along with Bobby Pacquiao vs Navarro. Bobby’s career would go downhill even worse from here.