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Manny Pacquiao beats Adrien Broner on suggests retain welterweight title C simply because it happened



Manny Pacquiao, right, and Adrien Broner are fighting to the WBA regular welterweight title.
Photograph: Joe Camporeale/USA Today Sports


Bryan Armen Graham


@bryanagraham

Sun 20 Jan 2019 02.15?EST

First published on Sat 19 Jan 2019 22.40?EST

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  • 1.49am EST
    01:49
    Pacquiao: 'I'm ready to fight (Mayweather) again'


  • 1.37am EST
    01:37
    Manny Pacquiao wins by unanimous decision over Adrien Broner!


  • 11.37pm EST
    23:37
    Preamble




2.15am EST
02:15

That’s all for tonight. Thanks simply for following along make certain to check out the full fight report.

Manny Pacquiao overwhelms Adrien Broner in play for Mayweather rematch

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2.11am EST
02:11

Adrien Broner’s post-fight interview was … something. Presented without comment.


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1.49am EST
01:49

Pacquiao: 'I'm willing to fight (Mayweather) again'

Pacquiao answers a few perfunctory questions from Showtime’s Jim Gray with regards to a fight that wasn’t particularly interesting, either in theory maybe in what competed.

Then, inevitably, the conversation inevitably turns to some rematch with Floyd Mayweather Jr, the threat of containing loomed over this promotion from jump street.

Does Manny as it?

“Tell (Floyd) to send back to the ring and then we will fight,” Pacquiao says. “I’m willing to fight him again, to handle Floyd Mayweather.”

Showtime’s Gray then asks Mayweather if he may accept the task like a camera films him during the first row: “A simple nod will work within the monitor.”

Mayweather looks out of the camera. That is pure WWE camp and it’s really somewhat depressing to be truthful. I will not imagine there’s anything Floyd saw in Manny’s performance tonight that implies a rematch would play out any different than their first fight. But maybe this is the point.

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1.37am EST
01:37

Manny Pacquiao wins by unanimous decision over Adrien Broner!

Pacquiao has defended his secondary welterweight title by the unanimous decision. The judges transferred a lot of 117-111, 116-112 and 116-112. Seventy one were closer compared to the Guardian’s 119-109, however the outcome is truth be told correct.

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1.35am EST
01:35

Round 12

No surprises from the 12th. Pacquiao continually press the war but Broner is on his bicycle having an eye to the clock like school is actually out. After the final bell, Broner throws his hands aloft in triumph and climbs a turnbuckle as boos rain down from your crowd. A troll until last. This fight ended when Pacquiao landed that left cross from the seventh: it’s when Broner stopped seeking to win.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 119-109 Broner)


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1.30am EST
01:30

Round 11

Pacquiao is continue and seeking with the knockout but Broner, who appears greater than content to expire the time, is definitely an unaccommodating dance partner. A smattering of boos from the crowd.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 109-100 Broner)


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1.28am EST
01:28

Round 10

A slow round but Pacquiao does not have to do a great deal to outwork Broner at this time. The American stop being taking risks and it’s 100 % survival mode. Pacquiao still advancing and peppering his opponent with jabs for the head and the body. Easy round gain.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 99-91 Broner)


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1.25am EST
01:25

Round 9

It’s a familiar pattern for the first two minutes: Broner not throwing nearly enough punches as Pacquiao’s steady work rate is more than sufficient to handle it. Then with about a few minutes to be Pacquiao detonates a weapons-grade left-hand flush on Broner’s chin that sends the American reeling backwards. Broner is trouble from the ropes as well as being doing everything to stem the tide, even grabbing Pacquiao’s left leg. That’s some beard on Broner.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 89-82 Broner)


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1.20am EST
01:20

Round 8

Broner lands some counter lefts quickly, but mostly takes the eighth off because recovers from that savage onslaught at the conclusion of the seventh. Meanwhile, the inactive Pacquiao is letting his opponent free by not pressing the experience, but perhaps smart to stop being reckless. Pacquiao wins the round easily. It’s just a simple case of inactivity about the American’s part.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 79-73 Broner)


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1.16am EST
01:16

Round 7

Pacquiao will continue to throw and land more entering your second one half of the struggle. Broner lands the occasional counter yet it is Pacquiao governing the run of play. Then Pacquiao connects with massive left cross with Broner versus the ropes and Broner is hurt! His knees buckle and Broner is trouble! He looks gassed. And Pacquiao is opening up as being the crowd goes wild! Can Broner reach the bell? He helps it be out of your round but that of a round!

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 69-64 Broner)


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1.12am EST
01:12

Round 6

More the exact same while in the sixth. But Broner catches Pacquiao lunging alongside a clear, crisp left hook as well as an uppercut in the final seconds of the round that has to be enough to steal it.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 9-10 Broner (Pacquiao 59-55 Broner)


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1.08am EST
01:08

Round 5

Chants of “Man-ny! Man-ny!” cascade down through the mezzanine, but Broner is obtaining the interest rate during the fifth. Broner has Pacquiao’s timing down and is particularly fighting with a lot more confidence, nevertheless the work rate is simply not enough. They’re warned again for putting the heel of his glove in Pacquiao’s face during a clinch. Pacquiao throwing punches from sorts of unorthodox angles and landing enough to win the round.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 50-45 Broner)


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1.03am EST
01:03

Round 4

An excellent will your fourth by Broner, who lands a hard counter right as well as a left hook. His best moments on the fight at this point. Pacquiao connects with a straight left plus a right hook that stuns Broner. Pacquiao simply throwing many landing more. Broner lands a sharp right late as a whole. It could go regardless, but I’ll give Pacquiao the advantage as he’s he pushing your struggle.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 40-36 Broner)


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12.59am EST
00:59

Round 3

Pacquiao lands a left upstairs then reveals on Broner from the ropes before the American can wrap him up in a clinch. Pacquiao scoring with all the left, showing vintage hand speed. He lands a flush shot towards the body and he’s to do so much with all the left. At this time Pacquiao makes my head spin Broner with volume. It’s three rounds to none, but Broner has never abandoned setting up the counter.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 30-27 Broner)


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12.54am EST
00:54

Round 2

Broner probing while using jab, but trouble establishing it. Broner warned for shoving a forearm into Pacquiao’s face. Pacquiao lands the right hook that sends Broner backwards plus the crowd for their feet. Pacquaio, jabbing well, the clear aggressor here as Broner sits back waiting to counter. Broner is able to talk with a clear counter right as Pacquiao darts in. Somewhat closer versus the first round but another to Pacquiao.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 20-18 Broner)


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12.50am EST
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Round 1

Pacquiao, while in the black trunks, probes together with the left before he bursts forward throwing punches as Broner, wearing purple, white and gold, wraps him up. Pacquiao throwing punches in bunches early and lands a program, but he’s missing greater than he’s connecting. A very good straight left-hand by Pacquiao. Broner having problems moving away from, aggravated while his opponent’s volume. The American finally lands a counter uppercut, but he’s been badly outthrown and outlanded. Good body shot by Pacquiao. Clear round on the Filipino.

Guardian’s unofficial score: Pacquiao 10-9 Broner (Pacquiao 10-9 Broner)


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12.41am EST
00:41

The anthems are actually performed as well as fighters are responsible for their entrances. First it’s Broner, who enters to a medley of songs combined with dancers and pyrotechnics. He’s joined for that final leg because of the rapper G Herbo. Now here comes Manny to Survivor’s Eye with the Tiger, his longtime ringwalk song while he was fighting here around the regular.

We’re told tonight’s attendance for the MGM Grand Garden Arena is really a sellout: 13,025.

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12.19am EST
00:19

Marcus Browne has won a unanimous decision over Badou Jack. Scores were 117-110, 116-111 and 119-108. While using win, the Staten Island native has captured the vacant WBA interim light heavyweight title. (And when you ask: yes, they actually do make these up as they travel along.)

Next up: the chief event between Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner.

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12.04am EST
00:04

The 12-round co-main event between Badou Jack and Marcus Browne likes the championship rounds. Browne was starting a bring success the scorecards before Jack a break down nasty cut throughout the bridge of his nose from an accidental clash of heads inside seventh round. After that, Browne has teed off and the cut is only getting worse. Jack can’t see and they’re going to need to think of stopping this one soon.

Pacquiao and Broner could make their ringwalks following the conclusion of this one.

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11.37pm EST
23:37

Preamble

Hello and this is the MGM Grand Garden Arena for tonight’s welterweight showdown between Manny Pacquiao and Adrien Broner. Pacquiao, the Filipino senator and boxing’s only eight-division champion, is back for action on US soil somebody in charge of in many more than 2 yrs in defense of your secondary welterweight title he captured from your shopworn Lucas Matthysse during the summer. His opponent is Adrien Broner, an alphabet title-holder in four weight classes (from 130 to 147lbs) despite never to be the top dog in a different of these.

Broner, who is not yet 30, is virtually a 3-1 underdog against Pacquiao, who turned 40 last month but nevertheless ranks among the many world’s five best fighters at 147lbs. Can the Cincinnati native, who’s managed wins in barely six of his last 10 outings, spring a career-best win and resurrect his stalling career? Or will Pacquiao hold serve in her 70th professional fight and inch far better a much-talked-about rematch with Floyd Mayweather, who is while in the building for tonight’s proceedings (and who just swung by Pacquiao’s dressing room to make available his well wishes).

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10.29pm EST
22:29

Bryan can be used shortly. In the meantime here’s his lookahead to tonight’s top level.

Manny Pacquiao runs Adrien Broner amid Mayweather rematch speculation

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