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Who Won the Mayweather Fight Last Night: Mayweather vs Pacquiao 2015?

Posted: September 14th, 2014 in Boxing, Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao by LALATE

Who Won the Mayweather Fight Last Night: Mayweather vs Pacquiao 2015

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Who won the Mayweather last night? Floyd Mayweather won the fight last night September 13, 2014 in a bout that was about as predictable as a twitter feud with 50 Cent. Maidana, just ironically, won a single early round. But the Mayweather vs Maidana II fight was lopsided. The outcome was clear at least half-way through the ring. Maidana never had a chance in the second half to pull off a win, and the fight ended as many had predicted. While Mayweather will continue to box under a lucrative Showtime deal that makes him one of the richest athletes ever, fans continue to get handed boxing fights that just aren’t the bouts that they want to see. For a handful of years, LALATE has been reporting on the “assurances” from Mayweather to Pacquiao camps as to why and where a possible fight would happen. It appears now, that as Floyd continues to make an incredible sum of money fighting an incredible list of lackluster fighters he will simply continue to avoid the Pacman issue altogether.

Mayweather may have won last night’s fight. But he did not win the crowd’s support when asked quickly thereafter when is Mayweather vs Pacquiao. Two years ago, we were hearing that the issue was the venue, then it was the testing, then it was the gate, and finally it was the splits. Now, fans have grown skeptical of every word that comes out of either camp. Fans want Mayweather vs Pacquiao, and yet the powers involved just won’t deliver the fight. In fact, Floyd’s Twitter fights are slowly becoming more entertaining than his real fights.

Instead, we are given “bite-gate”, a lackluster attempt to create a “controversy” in otherwise boring fight. Floyd was overdramatic in his details. “I don’t know what round it was but he bit my fingers so my hand was numb. After the eighth round, my hand was numb so I couldn’t use my left hand.” Maidana, ironically, just seemed to have a whole line of arguments ready for “bite gate” post interviews. He told news “If he thinks I’m a dog, maybe he thinks I’m a dog but I never bit him. Throughout the fight, he was rubbing my eyes with his glove. Maybe he had his glove in my mouth but that don’t mean I bit him.”

During their first fight, it was the gloves being too thin. Now it’s the bite. But no one wanted to hear about Floyd’s bite. They wanted to hear about Pacman. Floyd’s reaction did not resonate well with fans. “Manny Pacquiao needs to focus on the opponent in front of him. Once he gets past that task, we’ll see what the future holds”. Leonard Ellerbe, the CEO of Mayweather Promotions, told news “Everybody wants to fight Floyd. He represents their biggest payday. There are a number of very good fighters out there in his weight class or around his weight class.” But while “everyone” wants to fight Floyd, fans only want one other boxer to fight Floyd: Pacman.

For now, Manny faces Chris Algieri in Macau this November. With Floyd always fighting at the MGM Grand on Cinco De Mayo, could we see Mayweather vs Pacman May 2015? Expect this winter the inspirational remarks, and excitement to continue. Then expect this spring the excuses and “explanations” as to why the fight didn’t happen, again. For more results from last night, click HERE.

Marquez vs. Alvarado Results Tonight: Winner of Boxing Fight Faces Manny Pacquiao

Posted: May 17th, 2014 in Boxing, Manny Pacquiao, Manuel Marquez by LALATE

Marquez vs. Alvarado Results Tonight: who won wins Winner of Boxing Fight Faces Pacquiao

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Who will win the Marquez vs. Alvarado results tonight 2014? The winner of the Marquez vs. Alvarado Results 2014 tonight will return again to HBO this fall. And his opponent will be Manny Pacquiao. Even before fans learn who won the Marquez vs. Alvarado fight tonight, there are several other huge issues at stake. First, critics wonder if Pacquiao can deliver this fall improved viewership after his PPV views dropped to an unprecedented low against Bradley. And second, analysts are wondering if the LA Forum will reemerge tonight to its grandeur as a top venue in the U.S. for boxing events.

First, predictions on the Marquez vs. Alvarado fight tonight (live round by round results above) anticipate that Juan Manuel Marquez will be tonight’s winner. But for Pacman, the hope potentially is that Marquez does beat Alvarado. Pacquiao took a tumble in his disappointing TV viewership numbers, gauged by PPV buys, during the Bradley fight. But Pacquiao’s PPV buys were huge, and growing progressively, across each Marquez fight that he has delivered. Mike Alvarado tells news, however, that he will deliver the excitement that fans would expect. “I trained hard. I’m ready for this fight. Being in training camp this time was great. I excluded myself, I did a lot of soul-searching for this fight. I know it’s going to be a great fight. I thank Juan Manuel for giving me this honor to fight and to prove myself and show I belong on this stage, this level of fighting.”

Second, the Forum returns tonight with arguably its biggest fight in many years. With a new owner, in MSG, and a thirty-five million dollar refurbish, the Forum is set to reposition itself in boxing history. Juan Manuel Marquez tells news “I feel excited to fight again in this historic building. I see a lot of old faces. A lot of people know I don’t talk outside the ring, I do my job in the ring.”

Marquez last fought in the Forum in 1999. He tells news “Right now I feel very happy because I get to fight in a great place. It is a beautiful, historical place.” He added his memories of previous Forum fights. “I remember when I fought with Cedric Mingo [1997]; when I fought with the Puerto Rican guy and the Panamanian guy. I remember all of my fights at the Forum.”

Bob Arum told news about the importance of tonight’s fight for the two fighters, Pacman and the Forum. “I have promoted a number of fights at the Forum. During the John Jackson era and it was a great place to put on an event. I really missed it when they closed the Forum as an entertainment and sports venue, they used it as a church for awhile, and nothing pleases me more that it is back as a sports venue and hosting a boxing event. They did a great job – Jim Dolan and Irving Azoff, did – in refurbishing.”

Arum added “It’s really great and the thing I love about it is that every seat is a great seat. It has no balconies or unobstructed. There is just one bowl and that type of format is the same as it always was under the old Forum, but now very spruced up and I can’t wait for the event on Saturday night.” LALATE will have live round by round results tonight. Watch the HEADER image scorecard at the top of the page for live results as they happen and click HERE for the final results when announced.

Boxing Results Pacman and Bradley: Who Won The Pacquiao Fight Last Night?

Posted: April 13th, 2014 in Boxing, Manny Pacquiao by LALATE

Boxing Results Pacman and Bradley: Who Won The Pacquiao Fight Last Night

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Boxing results 2014 last night featured stellar rounds between Pacman and Bradley. But who won the Pacquiao fight last night, who was the winner of the Pacquiao vs. Bradley fight for April 12, 2014 ? By unanimous decision, Manny Pacquiao won last night’s fight, reclaiming the WBO Welterweight title belt. So when is that Pacquiao vs. Mayweather 2015 fight? For now, the future of Pacquiao Mayweather seems as dead as ever.

Boxing results last night for the Pacquiao vs. Bradley fight April 12, 2014 featured Bradley winning some of the middle rounds. But the real key, as predicted by LALATE on Saturday, was stamina. Pacquiao real came on strong in later rounds as Pacman tried for a knockout. Final boxing results went to the cards after twelve rounds. Two judges gave it 116-112 to Pacman, the other judge ruled it 118-110 for Pacquiao.

Last night’s results for Pacquiao vs. Bradley II were far different than the previous meeting of these two boxers. Pacquiao ended strong and really dominated the later rounds. There was no dispute that Manny Pacquiao won last night’s fight. For the sport itself, it was one of the most exciting, best balanced fights in years. After years of Manny and Floyd Mayweather of being accused of picking lackluster opponents, this was a great fight. Bradley clearly won the third and fifth rounds last night. But by later rounds, the fight just got away from Bradley. Bradley failed to pick up critical rounds toward the end.

After the fight, Bradley told news “I have no excuses. Pacquiao was the better man tonight.” He said that Pacman was a difficult open to get to. “He never ducks an opponent”. When asked about Bradley after the fight, Pacman told ESPN “He gave me a good fight. He’s not that easy. I listened to my corner about keeping my hands up and timing. He threw a lot of punches. He threw wide, wide, wide hooks. I got hit one time and said it’s not good to be careless.”

And what did Freddie Roach think of Pacman’s performance? Roach told ESPN “Manny was a little sloppy tonight but I was happy with his performance. It looked like Bradley was going for a one-punch home run.” For more about last night’s fight, click HERE.

Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 Winner Manny Pacquiao Gets Boxing Fight Results Tonight

Posted: April 12th, 2014 in Boxing, Manny Pacquiao by LALATE

Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 Winner Manny Pacquiao Gets Boxing Fight Results Tonight who won wins april 12, 2014 4/12/14

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Who won the boxing fight tonight, who won the Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 fight tonight, and what were the final Manny Pacman boxing fight results for April 12, 2014? Manny Pacquiao is the winner in Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 boxing results tonight 4/12/14. Pacman won the Pacquiao vs. Bradley II boxing fight this evening. The question, however, is whether there will be a Pacquiao vs. Bradley III fight next year.

The winner of tonight’s Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 boxing fight had a lot at stake this evening. A win tonight for Bradley would prove that he was vindicated of criticism after winning the Pacquiao vs. Bradley I fight. A win tonight by Pacman would prove that he is still at the top of his game and that the previous decision by two judges, two years ago, was an error. Pacman over the last two years changed his approach to the ring, from conditioning, to mental stability. Before the Pacquiao vs. Bradley I fight results were revealed to news, Pacman was late coming into the ring. And when he did, he turned heads for a less than stellar look of conditioning than in previous fights. When the fight was over, the debate began.

After Pacquiao vs. Bradley I results were announced to news, Floyd Mayweather said that Pacman has lost at least two of his previous fights as well. Floyd claimed that the judges both times wrongly gave Manny those fights. Floyd told news “(Pacquiao) lost more than 3 times. He already got 3 losses, and he lost to (Juan Manuel) Marquez 3 times. So he already got 6 losses.” Mayweather added “You want honesty, I’m giving it to you. Marquez fought Pacquiao 3 times, Marquez beat Pacquiao 3 times.” Mayweather claims that Pacman has been wrongly given fights for years. “What I’ve done, no fighter has ever done. I faced 42, and I made all 42 look the same. It was easy.”

Two years ago when Pacman vs. Bradley results were revealed, sporting fans were told that that boxing is not American Idol? To explain their bizarre fight results, Judge Duane Ford said “If this were ‘American Idol’, without a doubt, Manny Pacquiao would have won. It was not. I gave an honest opinion. I had Pacquiao up 4-2, I think, at the end of six rounds. I thought he hurt Bradley a couple of times early in the fight.” But Ford added “what happens in one round doesn’t carry over to the next round. They’re separate units. Remember, it’s a boxing match and Bradley demonstrated his ability to box expertly.” Ford said that judges are to score fights round by round. Ford claimed that fans incorrectly score fights looking at a collective of rounds, rather than seeing them as individual units.

Evoking even more pop culture, before the last fight Arum was telling news that Pacman was the crossover boxer of all time, whatever that means. Tonight, Pacquiao was trying to prove that his career is not over. “He’s been here since 2001, and he’s been fighting nothing but the best. I don’t recall a fighter — maybe Sonny Liston — who comes into a fight with so much attention. He fights everybody. He fights hall of fame fighters. You don’t see that too often.”

To prepare for tonight’s fight, Manny explained, in his interview with ESPN, that “My motivation is the same now as it was when I started my boxing career. I love the competition, and I love to win. When that stops, so does my professional boxing career. But I don’t see that happening for a long time.” Bradley said that he was hungry for another win as well. He told EPSN “That hunger that he’s looking for, that’s no longer there and he can’t get it back. It’s gone. It’s gone. It is, Manny. It’s gone. It’s not there anymore. I truly believe that. The killer instinct, that’s what I’m saying. He’s not the same as far as that.”

For Pacquiao vs. Bradley I, ESPN’s Dan Rafael and HBO’s Harold Lederman scored the fight 119-109 for Pacquiao. Allen Barra of The Atlantic wrote after the last fight that “Judge Jerry Roth said 115-113 Pacquiao—that’s seven rounds to five. Officials C.J. Ross and Duane Ford both had it 115-113 for Bradley..If Roth thought Pacquiao won only seven rounds of the 12, his boxing license should be suspended. And that will tell you what I think of Ross and Ford’s evaluations.” For complete coverage of tonight’s fight click HERE.

Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 Results Tonight: Boxing Fight Winner Needs Stamina

Posted: April 12th, 2014 in Boxing, Manny Pacquiao by LALATE

Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 Results Tonight: Winner Seeks Fight Stamina who won the fight tonight april 12, 2014 live

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Who won the Pacquiao vs. Bradley fight tonight, who is the winner of the Pacman boxing fight this evening, and what were the Pacquiao vs. Bradley final results? Two years ago, the answer depended on which judge you posed that question to. Pacquiao vs. Bradley I fight results went to the cards. And when those final cards were revealed, two judges gave it to Bradley. Fans were shocked. Allegedly even Bradley was surprised too. Bob Arum claimed at the time that, before the Pacquiao vs. Bradley I fight results were announced, Bradley told Arum that Pacman won. And while there might be another debate about who won the Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 fight tonight, news analysts expect that the winner will need an unprecedented amount of stamina to deliver twelve winning rounds.

In advance of Pacquiao vs. Bradley 2014 results tonight April 12, 2014 (live results below), the question is whether Pacman can still win in the ring against Bradley. In 2013, Manny told ESPN that the key is stamina. “I feel very good. My stamina and my quickness and power are there, and I am very excited about that.” He asserted that a break after the Pacquiao vs. Bradley I fight helped him. “The year off has been good, and I am very excited to get back into the ring and fight and to do it for the fans. I feel very fresh, strong and fast.”

Trainer Freddie Roach claimed in 2013 that Manny didn’t get beat in Pacquiao vs. Bradley I because of stamina but because of the wrong moves. Roach told ESPN last year that Manny was allegedly ahead in the cards against Bradley last time before his trouble erupted. “Manny was fighting one of the best fights he has fought in a long time at the time he fell into the punch. If Manny had waited one second more, Manny was going to win that fight by knockout.”

But was stamina an issue in that Bradley I fight? No said Roach. He told ESPN “Nothing carried over. Manny has looked great in training. I know people are skeptical about him, but knockouts are what they are. Manny Pacquiao is a realist. He understands it is part of the sport.”

In 2013, Roach said that Pacman is far from retiring. “If I see he is slowing down and slipping in the fight, I will be the first one to tell him. We have an agreement that I will tell him that and he will retire. I don’t see him slipping in the gym at this moment, and he’s doing really well.”

But what role will Bradley’s stamina play into tonight’s results? Recently, ESPN’s Dan Rafael noted a change in Pacman’s conditioning. “Bradley has been obsessed since the Pacquiao fight with earning the respect from fans and media he was denied afterward. It led Bradley to change his style and fight in an unnatural brawl in March (2013) against Ruslan Provodnikov, who nearly knocked him out multiple times, dropped him in the 12th round and left him with a concussion, from which he was feeling the effects for at least two months after the fight.”

Before tonight’s fight, Pacquiao told Jeff Powell that he is conditioned to win. “I believe I can go on for another couple of years at least….I’m not only hungry but I still have the same speed and boxing skill and I intend to continue to continue my journey…Winners always think positive. I am positive I will set the record straight against Bradley.” For live round by round results of tonight’s Pacquiao vs. Bradley fight, watch the live header score card above that will be updated round by round. The final results tonight will be posted HERE.

Pacquiao Fight Time 2014: What Time Does the Pacquiao vs. Bradley Fight Start Tonight

Posted: April 12th, 2014 in Boxing, Manny Pacquiao by LALATE

Pacquiao Fight Time 2014: What Time Does the Pacquiao vs. Bradley Fight Start Tonight april 12, 2014

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Tonight’s Pacquiao Fight Time 2014 is approaching for this evening April 12, 2014. But two years ago, many thought this fight would never happen. What time does the Pacquiao vs. Bradley II Fight 2014 tonight start, when does Manny Pacquiao fight, and will there be a late start time in the Pacman boxing fight this evening? In 2012, Bradley entered the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada with one of the strongest record ever for a Pacman opponent. Timothy Bradley won that fight. The split cards that evening, 115-113 for Bradley, made news. But many forget now two years later that the Pacquiao Bradley I Fight Time also prompted debate as well.

Tonight’s Pacquiao Fight Time 2014 (live score results below) will follow undercard fights. Manny Pacquiao’s actual start time for the main event is expected to be around 9 pm PST, 12 midnight EST. But for the Pacquiao vs. Bradley I fight, Bradley was furious by Pacman’s delay. In fact, the delay by Pacman getting into the ring during that previous fight did not sit well with Bradley, nor news analysts.

Bradley told HBO before tonight’s fight “They can’t keep me waiting all night. We gotta get it on at some point”. ESPN’s Dan Rafael said of the delay at the time “Last time I recall a delay like this was Hamed-Barrera, when Hamed was uncomfortable in his gloves and had them changed.” Rafael was baffled at the time by the delay in the scheduled Pacquiao Fight Time. “Ariza is apparently telling HBO that Manny should be back soon. Should?” questioned Rafael. He later added “But Manny still doesn’t have his gloves on. This is insanity.”

Before the last fight, Timothy Bradley’s record was 12 knockouts in twenty-eight wins. Bradley was distinctly more muscular than Pacman at the time. But critics wondered if the bulkier Bradley would have a speed problem in the ring.

Nevertheless, Bradley’s father before the last fight told news about the importance of Bradley’s upbringing. Bradley’s father detailed to news the impact that late trainer O.J. Couture had on his son’s life. He said Couture said of his son at a young age “I’m not pulling your leg, but look at the way he carries himself. I know fighters, I know champions when I see them. Not everyone can be a champion that comes here.”

After the last fight, there was questions if this rematch would ever occur. At the time, Floyd Mayweather told news that Manny Pacquiao had been winning scored fights for years that in Floyd’s mind were really losses by Pacquiao. But after the Bradley vs. Pacquiao decision, the WBO reviewed the fight because of its controversial decision. WBO president Francisco “Paco” Valcarcel told news eventually that five unidentified judges with “world title experience” all scored the fight for Pacman.

From there, controversy continued between Pacman and Bradley. Pacquiao told news today that he would not ask Bradley to give up the WBO belt. But he added “My supporters shouldn’t worry. We’re going to get that title.” And while many wanted a swift rematch in 2012, it didn’t happen. In fact Bob Arum told news that the future of any Pacquiao rematch against Bradley seemed slim. Arum demanded talks with the Nevada Attorney General’s office.

Nevertheless, LALATE reported at the time that, Pacman had an automatic rematch provision in his contract. Moreover, the Bradley fight surged Manny Pacquiao’s net worth. Forbes in releasing their annual Sports 100 poll that year put Pacman in second place, because of the Bradley I fight, with $62 million. Tiger Woods sat at third with $59 million. For live round by round results of tonight’s Pacquiao vs. Bradley fight, watch the live header score card above that will be updated round by round. The final results tonight will be posted HERE.

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