Mon, 2020-11-16 12:21
Round 1- Following one of his toughest career fights against Nedal Hussein, Manny Pacquiao defends his WBC International Super Bantamweight title for the fourth time against Tetsutora Senrima of Japan. Senrima gets Pacquiao on the ropes early, but Pacquiao turns the tide with a left to the face. A nice counter left uppercut causes Senrima to hold, and Pacquiao unleashes a barrage to his body after. Most of the round consists of Pacquiao walking Senrima down and scoring with combinations at will, as Senrima cannot seem to do much other than try to tie him up. Senrima does stand up to these blows pretty well though. Great start for Pacquiao.
Mon, 2020-11-16 12:22
Round 2- The round starts with Pacquiao punishing Senrima along the ropes once more. Pacquiao seems unable to even miss his combos, and he is particularly scoring a lot with the 1-2-3 combination at will. Senrima shows good durability and lots of heart, as he continues to march forward through it all. Senrima does manage to score with some clean right hands, but Pacquiao did far too much for him to win it. Senrima questionably raises his arms after the bell of each of the first two rounds, despite losing them with ease.
Round 3- At the start, Pacquiao rocks Senrima into the ropes. Pacquiao is doing more work off of his jab in this round, yet he still scores with several combinations, as he especially scores with lots of hooks to the body.
Round 4- Pacquiao makes Senrima stumble briefly with a 1-1-2 to the head. Despite not being as aggressive this round, Pacquiao is still landing plenty of punches at will. Pacquiao hurts Senrima again with a 1-2 in the last 20 seconds, but Senrima recovers quickly it seems. They stare eachother down at the bell, and Senrima questionably raises his arm again.
Round 5- As Senrima continues to walk into combinations, Pacquiao is able to hurt him again quickly. Left hands, right hooks, and uppercuts are just landing with ease for Pacquiao. With Pacquiao battering Senrima from pillar to post, the referee steps in and stops it. Senrima looks upset with this decision, despite being out on his feet at the time. Pure domination by Pacquiao.
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