Battle Of Brisbane: Manny Pacquiao vs. Jeff Horn Scorecard by ArchieUK


scorecard by ARCHIEUK
Round
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Total
MANNY PACQUIAO
9
10
10
9
10
9
10
10
10
9
10
10
116
JEFF HORN
10
9
9
10
9
10
9
9
9
10
9
9
112

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ArchieUK's picture
ArchieUK's picture

Interesting mate... Turning off the volume vs. Slowing the video down.... ive also seen videos on Mayweather vs. Manny where the video was slowed down showing Mayweather actually missed most of his punches, with Manny actually landing more punches the entire fight. When I watched the American broadcast it seemed like they were heavily favoring Mayweather. Your thoughts on that?

Champion97's picture

Who made those slow mo videos?, YouTubers who, not being rude, don't know boxing, this was the professionals. Mayweather schooled Pacquiao, at least 8-4, maybe even 10-2. Mayweather was able to box within himself against Pacquiao, because he had full control, and to make the fight negative, that's his style, but that's why there wasn't a lot in some of those rounds. The answer is, that Mayweather rarely missed, some of the shots which the casuals and particular Pacquiao fans make a meal of, where range finders, and even when Manny was able to block, and impress, Mayweather still negated his offence, closed him down, remember, Mayweather claimed centre ring, as the naturally, bigger stronger man, Manny wasn't able to overpower or overwhelm him the way most expected him to. Those videos on YouTube probably cut out a lot of Floyd's punches, and also ignore some of his shots, but more improtantly, they make Pacquiao's offence into something it was not, I saw a few seconds of one of the videos, and the maker went to slow mo, and labelled, 'counter!!', when they were in a clinch after Floyd had just poured with the right hand to get a sense of the range and distance, and when they were in clinch, Pacquiao kind of slapped him with an arm punch, there was no method, accuracy, or power to the meaningless, well, wouldn't call it a punch, this is an example, some of those punches were this, some missed by a whisker (which us what Floyd wants so he is still in range to land his own), and some were punches which Mayweather rode, took the sting off, and really weren't good punches, but Pacquiao landed a fair few rounds 9 and 10, at which point, Floyd reduced his punch output, and Pacquiao could have gotten those rounds, I mean, it is something of an exaggeration, there was an element, for periods of tiem during the fight, when Floyd wasn't throwing a great deal, and Pacquiao was making contact with his gloves, but no, most of those punches you see from Pacquiao on YouTube, if they make it look like Pacquiao is getting the better of Floyd, it is an illusion.

With HBO commentary as well as Showtime, I mean, it doesn't take a genius to realise that not in a million years would Larry Merchant, Jim Lampley, Harold Ledreman favour Mayweather any more than they needed to.

ArchieUK's picture

The re-scoring of the fight could just be the WBO trying to save face. Also, I'll take video evidence any day of the week. Those videos on YouTube were full rounds so I don't see how they would miss any of the fighters big punches. Also, you say Floyd rarely missed? The YouTube videos show me that Floyd rarely landed. I also thought that Manny Pacquiao controlled the center of the ring in that fight and landed more punches. Those people who make those YouTube videos are fans too, to say they know nothing about boxing is wrong. Those people run boxing channels on YouTube, just as some people run boxing websites on the net. Anyway mate, I think we may have gotten a little off topic here... There should be an immediate rematch between Manny Pacquiao and Jeff Horn.

ArchieUK's picture

I will rewatch the Floyd-Manny fight when I have free time and will rescore it. When I watched it live I had it 7-5 Pacquaio. I will see what I score it this time around.

Champion97's picture

Ok, you seem like a nice guy, and good to have another UK boxing enthusiast on here to talk boxing with! I have a mate on here who lives in England, but his Internet connection or something like that, let's him down, haha, but no I love everyone in the USA on here!, anyway, you seem like a reasonable person who just wants to have an adult discussion about boxing, which is what Eye on the ring needs, and on the basis that on this website, the people who started the site, don't want conflict or anything like that, and everyone is free to score fights based on their opinion, and can explain or not explain why they scored it that way in the comments section, I will answer "no comment", on Mayweather vs Pacquiao, and about boxing YouTubers, the only thing I will say on the topic, is that Richard Dwyer, he is a boxing YouTuber, he knows his boxing, for sure, and I do not believe he is the only one. But anyway, let's move on from those two topics because neither of us will get anywhere with our arguements. By the way, Welcome to Eye on the ring!, I'm Jonny, good to meet you!

I would consider that highly, highly unlikely, I had Jeff Horn winning that fight, as did Barry Jones, Steve Bunce, Steve Lilis, Paulie Malignaggi, and Bob Arum and Freddie Roach said it could go either way, so did TopRank, and please don't respond by saying "Arum is a crook, and Malignaggi is a 'salty hater' who hates Pacquiao". But anyway, on a more neutral topic, I agree, that if Pacquiao continues to fight, then it should be the rematch, which I believe Horn wins, but I think he should retire, I mean, in my opinion, when a fighter has had two fights where he looks past his best, he's 38, he's had a rollarcoaster career, it is time to hang up the gloves, some may disagree with that, which is completely fair, but I do understand that boxing is a business as well as a sport, and that can have a heavy impact, besides, that was a very close fight, Pacquiao nearly stopped Horn, I'm a massive Horn fan, he's a great guy, a great athlete, and a very good boxer, but I think he is no Terence Crawford, no Errol Spence Jr, no Vasyl Lomackenko, so I think Pacquiao will definitely have a lot of confidence in getting redemption.

Are you watching any of the big fights next weekend?