Manny Pacquiao once again turned into a stellar performance as he
dominated Adrien Broner on Saturday night in keeping his WBA
Pacquiao did not look like a 40-year-old fighter inside MGM
Grand in Las Vegas, as he did anything he wanted to Broner, but stop
he. The Philippine mega-star wore a superb jab right to mount his
lethal straight to the left throughout the attack and he dug to the Broner
repeatedly in each round. Broner has never been able to get things
going offensively and when it was broken by clean punches, "O
Trouble "got on his proverbial bike.
Pacquiao (61-7-2, 39 KOs) injured Broner with a combination of punches to
his head in the seventh, and he staggered against the ropes.
Broner covered up and stepped back, only to be touched again by
accompaniment punches. The Cincinnati native recovered and had a decent
8, but he was almost left by a scorching left on the jaw in
the next frame. From that point on, however, Broner (33-4-1, 24
KOs) rarely involved and opted to escape from "Pac Man" until the
At the conclusion of the pay-per-view fight, all three judges
heavily favored Pacquiao; they had 117-111 and 116-112 (twice).
Sherdog.com saw 118-110 for Pacquiao, who indicated that he
either to fight Floy Mayweather Jr. next or the winner of the
near Mikey Garcia-Errol Spence Jr. attack.
Broner screamed afterwards about he felt he was stolen, probably the
the only person in the world who thinks that.
– SHOWTIME Boxing (@ ShowtimeBoxing)
January 20, 2019