Manny Pacquiao vs Medgoen Singsurat Scorecard by Addi_Bomaye


scorecard by ADDI_BOMAYE
Round
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Total
MANNY PACQUIAO
9
9
18
MEDGOEN SINGSURAT
10
10
20

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Round 1- Manny Pacquiao makes what would be the second defense if his WBC Flyweight title against hard-hitting, undefeated Thai boxer, Medgoen “Boonsai” Sangsurat. Pacquiao comes in overweight and loses his belt on the scales, making it only at stake for Sangsurat to win. Pacquiao appears less explosive than usual, but perhaps this is due to having to wear larger gloves. His jab is useless against Sangsurat, who outjabs him with ease. Hardly any power punches are thrown, but Sangsurat lands a pair of rights near the bell.

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Round 2- Sangsurat starts to fire the left hook to the body, as he continues to walk Pacquiao down and outjab him. The body work of Sangsurat seems to be effective overall, as Pacquiao winces from some hooks to the body during a clinch and even goes on defensive mode against the ropes twice when Sangsurat unloads combinations to that area near the end.

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Round 3- Now Sangsurat turns up the heat, as he is able to catch Pacquiao with some right hands and left hooks to the head early. Pacquiao is moving frantically around the ring, seemingly showing respect for his power. After getting Pacquiao against the ropes, Sangsurat lands a right cross to the stomach that folds him up. Pacquiao seems to groan in pain when trying to get up, and fails to beat the count. This is definitely the worst that Pacquiao ever looked, and it is his most lopsided loss to date, as he seemingly lost every second. This also should have been considered his first loss, as the Torrecampo KO should have been overturned. Funny how Pacquiao won his belt from a Thai fighter in their backyard, just to lose it the same way. Despite this excellent win by Sangsurat, he would not be champion for long and would spend most of his remaining career at domestic level.