Timothy Bradley beat Manny Pacquiao on the judges' scorecards, but outrage has spread through boxing like wildfire. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
With the boxing world absolutely stunned by the decision tonight in the Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley fight, with Bradley winning a split decision on cards of 115-113 across the board, here's a look at those judges' scorecards tonight.
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C.J. Ross and Jerry Roth were the two judges who scored it for Bradley. Duane Ford scored it for Pacquiao.
If you need a larger version, it's after the jump.
The round drawing the most heat is round five, which both Ross and Ford gave to Bradley. Seriously, I don't recall that round being even kind of close. I did give Bradley the last three, same as Jerry Roth, who scored the fight for Manny, and Ross. Ford gave Manny the 11th.
This damn thing is going to get out of control by the time it's all said and done. Accusations will be lobbed all over, everyone's going to be questioned, and in the end, most shockingly for a professional sport with "organization," not a thing will be done about this. I'm doubtful there will be an investigation (extremely doubtful), and all we'll end up getting, probably, is a $65 rematch on November 10.
Stay with us. We'll continue to have more coverage of the Pacquiao vs Bradley fallout all night and tomorrow.