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klonopinz
post Apr 13 2013, 11:25 PM
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First off I must say, so muhc wasted time. I had it a draw. I think the should fight again because that fight took way too much time to get going and in the end i was not happy with it. I thought donaire won it. I thought rigo wasnt boxing enough. Im kinda mad, and i dont even like donaire, i just feel rigo didnt do enough to deserve a UNANIMOUS win.
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mgrover
post Apr 14 2013, 05:04 PM
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I like what I had it at 7-5 + KD, call me what you want but some rounds you were merely splitting hairs.
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post Apr 14 2013, 05:14 PM
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QUOTE (mgrover @ Apr 14 2013, 06:04 PM) *
I like what I had it at 7-5 + KD, call me what you want but some rounds you were merely splitting hairs.

C'mon MG, it's hard to even give Donaire 3 rounds. It was easier to give Bradley 5 rounds against Pac, than it was to give Donaire 5 of anything.

I agree that there were some quiet rounds, but still. I see if Donaire looked comfortable in there (while missing and not being able to find Rigo), but that clearly wasn't the case.

Body language (during the fight) + unusual corner urgency + HBO not siding with him + Harold Lederman not siding with him + body language (after the final bell) + a boatload of post-fight excuses = Donaire didn't win 5 rounds.
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