Manny Pacquiao vs Rolando Toyogon Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MANNY PACQUIAO
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
99
ROLANDO TOYOGON
8
9
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
90

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Round 1- It is worth noting that in the co-main, Pacquiao’s friend and fellow fighter, Eugene Barutag sadly passed away after suffering a knockout loss. Pacquiao is working off the right jab and occasional left, while catching most of Toyogon’s offense on his arms and gloves. A nice left uppercut-right hook combo sends Toyogon crashing down near the end.

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Round 2- Another left uppercut hurts Toyogon early, but Pacquiao’s follow-up is unsuccessful. However, he does manage to score with several more uppercuts in the round. Toyogon is able to land a few overhand lefts, but it isn’t enough to win the round. Pacquiao notably counters the first of these lefts with a harder right hook.

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Round 3- Toyogon is the aggressor and is notably fighting a one-handed fight, but is still able to score with numerous lefts over the top and a few to the body. Pacquiao is able to get in some uppercut counters, but I’d edge it to Toyogon for getting in the more effective blows, as he snaps Pacquiao’s head back with a couple overhand lefts.

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Round 4- Pacquiao is able to control by landing straight punches from the outside, while blocking a majority of Tayogon’s blows.

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Round 5- Pacquiao opens up the round with a couple of flurries, then proceeds to spend the rest of it by jabbing and moving off the backfoot.

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Round 6- While Toyogon is still ineffectively plodding forward, Pacquiao is able to coast and dominate with the jab. In the final minute, Pacquiao starts to mix in some combinations, most particularly a triple left uppercut to the body.

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Round 7- Rounds 7-10 are not on film. Based on how the action in the last few rounds went, I’m going to assume that Pacquiao won them.