2013 BOXING fight – Manny Pacquiao vs Brandon Rios – full fight Video

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3_stars_boxing_ranking_allthebestfightsReview: 2013-11-23, good pace and some good exchanges: Manny Pacquiao vs Brandon Rios gets three stars. Manny Pacquiao (54-5-2, 38 KOs) entered as the No.4 welterweight in the world while Brandon Rios (31-1-1, 23 KOs) entered as the No.5 light welterweight (actually the #1 in the welterweight division is Timothy Bradley). ‘Pacman’ Pacquiao vs Rios is valid for the vacant WBO International welterweight title. Watch the video!

 

 

Date: 2013-11-23

Where: Cotai Arena, Venetian Resort, Macao, China

Division: welterweight (147 lbs, 66.7 kg)

Title: vacant WBO International welterweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Manny Pacquiao def. Brandon Rios (unanimous decision, 120-108, 119-109, 118-110)

 

Pacquiao’s previous fight: Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez 4

Rios’ previous fight: Brandon Rios vs Mike Alvarado 2

Pacquiao’s next fight: Manny Pacquiao vs Timothy Bradley 2

Video:
Official video hosted on Hbo.com

Alternative highlights video

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  • danielsan23

    pacquiao was in shape, he still moves a lot but he keeps his left hand too low….even if i m not a mayweather’s fan, probably today Floyd could punish him

  • Monty Simmons

    There is no honor in boxing and among boxing judges in the US for at least big fights like Pacquiao and Mayweather for the outcome of a decision is determined before the fight starts. Let me be very clearly, I believe Pacquiao and Mayweather to be honorable boxers and would not be part of any scam; however, the judges and/or Ref will see to it that the “right” boxer wins a decision. The only variable is whether or not a boxer picked to win can keep from getting knocked out. Reduces the odds of losing a bet significantly for those in control.

    Pacquiao v Bradley is strong evidence that what I claim is true. There are other equally ridiculous decision for the big fights with lots of money changing hands via betting.

    As for the Pacquiao v Rios fight, judging was fair. Had the same exact fight been held in Vegas, who knows, the decision could have gone either way because, in the US, the winner by “decision” is not determined by who actually won the boxing match. .

  • kier

    galing mo

  • Justin Watkins

    Pac Man didn’t even really try in this fight. I reckon he tried about 50%. He used his skill for sure! But if he’d put the pedal to the metal, he could have easily knocked out Rios. He has lost the killer instinct he once had. The Pac man of old would have destroyed rios. I believe he’s scared to permanently injure his opponents. His religion is very important to him but he has to realise, he’s in the hurt business. Rios is a dangerous fighter and having him there for the whole 12 rounds is dangerous. I don’t think Pacquiao is back! I wished so hard that the Pac Man of old would return but I didn’t see it in this fight. His body language made it look like he was in a sparing match. He was just mucking around & content to win each round on points. It just goes to show how amazing he is. He won every single round without even really trying. But to be honest, I don’t think a 22 year old Rios could beat a 50 year old Pacquiao. Rios is taylor made for Pac man. Slow feet, slow hands, no lateral movement, not a great thinker in the ring etc etc… If this Pacquiao fights Marquez again, there’s a good chance he will be knocked out. (again)…