LAS VEGAS – On Saturday was not Manny Packayo in the ring against Adrien Broner at MGM Grand, but Pacquiao should not have been close to his best.
Broner offered a little resistance to the 40-year-old Filipino Senator as Pacauo headed for an easy unanimous decision to keep the WBA title in the semi-middleweight category. Judges Tim Cetum and Glen Feldman had 116-112 for Packiao, which Dave Moretti had 117-111. Yahoo Sports had Pacquiao from the shutout, 120-108.
There were no Nockdauns in the battle, but Pacquiao hurt Broner several times and made him roll off the rope after he got a solid left in the ninth. Broner tried to resist, but did not allow his hands to go almost enough and seemed embarrassed by the speed of Pakkao.
Broner landed only 50 strokes, according to CompuBox and was surrounded by more than 2 to 1 margin. , Pakkao reached 112 out of 568, and Broner landed at 50 out of 295. Broner never had more than seven strokes in each round.
"I proved in my last fight against [Lucas] Mattis and I was proving it again. Traveling with Manny Pacquiao will continue, says Pacquiao. "I wanted to push more, but my coach said," Do not be careless. Wait for it, and that's what I did. "
Paquiao let go of his hands and challenge Broner. He also made a good case for a match with one of the great PBS stars, including the biggest fish of all, Floyd Mayweather who was watching from the ring. Mayweather defeated Paquiao in the same ring in 2015 in a $ 600 million match-up match, and it is not about fighting again later this year.
During the battle, Mayweather was interviewed by Jimmy Gray in Showtime and said, "This is a chess game. I think Manny is on the edge of Adrien in a chess match. This is a good game.
Mayweather did not look so fascinated by the match, although 13,025 who appeared at MGM Grand in the first American fight from Pakkao in 2016 certainly did.  Pacquiao
"Tell [Floyd] to return to the ring and we will fight," said Pakqiao. "I'm ready to fight again with Floyd Mayweather if he's ready to go back to boxing."
Although it was a good performance for Pakkao, Broner did not make him work for him. It only attracted a real impact and did not cause the 40-year-old's serious concerns.
Broner again turned out to be a much bigger conversation than acting because he was spending a lot of the fight and not everyone looking to engage. This was the biggest fight in his career and he almost failed to appear.
Broner angrily said, "I beat him" when the fight is over. It was one of the funniest lines of the night, given the shortage of strikes. He added, "I have clearly won the last seven." The crowd sighed as he talked, and he was probably just trying to create controversy, because there was no way he was close to winning that battle.
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