Floyd Mayweather defeated Manny Pacquiao by unanimous decision, as the judges generally agreed on the round-by-round winners
Floyd Mayweather defeated Manny Pacquiao by unanimous decision, with the judges mostly agreeing on the round-by-round winners.
According to the Associated Press, judges agreed on winner in 10 of 12 rounds, differing only on the ninth and tenth rounds, as judge Dave Moretti gave both to Mayweather and scored the fight 118-110 while judges Burt Clements and Glenn Feldman gave both rounds to Pacquiao and saw it 116-112.
The fight statistics depict a dominant performance from Mayweather. Via the AP:
Manny Pacquiao connected with just 19 percent of his total punches (81 of 429) and 27 percent of his power shots (63-236). His jab never found a home, landing just 9 percent of the time (18-193).
Mayweather was just as active, but much more accurate. He landed 34 percent of his total punches (148-435) and an impressive 25 percent of his jabs (67-267). His power shots were less frequent, but more effective, landing at 48 percent effectiveness (81-168).