1.) Marquez stepped on his foot! Response: It's part of boxing. It might be borderline dirty, but it's a boxing tactic. How come the corner nor the referee or even Pacquiao caught it or complained about it. It's also a common occurrence between orthodox and southpaw fighters. I read someone also saying that Pacquiao did it just as many times to Marquez.
2.) Marquez had mysterious liquid! Response: It's Pedialyte, and it was preapproved by the commission.
3.) Pacquiao was the aggressor! Response: Yes, he walked right into looping right hands, the air, left hooks to the body, and counter left uppercut/right cross combos.
4.) Boxing points are award to those that move forward!: Response: Yes, b/c Pacquiao was losing the fight against Hatton before he knocked him out, or Pacquiao was getting "outpointed" by the aggressor Margarito throughout the fight, or Cotto until the fight got stopped. Also, Sergio Martinez lost to Paul Williams, Muhammad Ali fights like a sissy (b/c he fights on his back foot), and counterpunching in general is a form of running and should not be scored or rewarded!
5.) Even though Pacquiao looked terrible, he still won the fight and he should retire because he's slowing down! Response: Umm... huh?
6.) Look at the numbers, Pacquiao landed the most shots and threw the most punches and was the aggressor! Response: Compubox is a load of crap. They awarded Pacquiao for shots that grazed, that were partial connects, or shots that never landed. Compubox from my understanding is consisted of three people (who can very well be influenced) who click a button every time a punch is landed. It's not 100% accurate, and in this case, not even 50% accurate for that matter. HBO crew and compubox was bunk that night. Also, I honestly thought Pacquiao landed about 3-5 clean shots on Marquez the whole fight! I dare someone to count for me how many shots Pacquiao actually landed (it wasn't over 100, I'll tell you that!). Holler!