For those who may have missed tonight's stunner, where Timothy Bradley upset Manny Pacquiao by way of a very controversial split decision, here are the highlights of the HBO pay-per-view fight:
Pacquiao (54-4-2, 38 KO) outlanded Bradley (29-0, 12 KO), seemed to do more damage, just seemed like the better fighter in the ring. Again, BLH scored it 117-111 for Manny. That doesn't seem too far off from the average that I've seen. Some did have it closer, but they're the minority here, and I don't think even they'd argue that. (They may argue that minority factions are often right, and they have a case, I suppose. I don't agree with it, and me and my angry mob will be shouting them down.)
I just can't see it. I'm going to watch the fight again, but the further removed I get, I just do not see it. I'm trying to not yet have myself an old-fashioned freakout, because gigantic displays of emotion escape me right now since it's been a long, exhausting week for me, and again, the fallout has just started. There's so much more to come out of this.
Again, we'll be here. Stay with us. All your Pacquiao-Bradley reactions will have time to grow or fester or whatever they're going to do.